Heer Karnani - My Main Motive Is for People to Have a Smile on Their Faces (Digital Creator)


I’ve always been interested in making videos. I’m the kind of person who rarely gets demotivated, maybe that's why I’m where I’m right now. Despite all the hate I get and let me tell you, IT'S A LOT, I manage to stay focused and do whatever I do in the best way possible


Tell us about your background and what led you to start content creation?

I’ve always been interested in making videos. I’m the kind of person who rarely gets demotivated, maybe that's why I’m where I’m right now. Despite all the hate I get and let me tell you, IT'S A LOT, I manage to stay focused and do whatever I do in the best way possible. 

My main motive is for people to have a smile on their faces and find my content relatable and fun to watch.


If you were to start in your industry now, what would you do differently?

There are a lot of things I would definitely do differently. For example, my posting schedule. Right now, I post whenever I feel like, that leads to a glitch in my Instagram algorithm.


What are your future plans and how do you plan to scale up this?


In the future, I kind of do see myself as a social media influencer with all the love and support I get. I would love to go into this field. 

However, I have different plans and I’m hoping to focus more on my dance career in the future.


Would you say that it is financially sustainable to be a content creator today?


Depends on how much a person likes to charge. It kind of is sufficient but sometimes carries a huge downfall.


How do you find inspiration in your daily life to churn out content?

I keep myself as my own competition. I do agree that looking at my views and likes sometimes does give me anxiety, but that is how I’m going to grow in every way possible.


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Interviewed by - Divye Satija

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