We've worked with all sorts of influencers, from Linus Tech Tips to JayzTwoCents to Austin Evans, but the tech world is vast and we want to know:
Is there anyone you would like to see Micro Center work with?
You guys should get ahold of this GTech guy. He's done plenty of trips to Micro Center and those videos have gained a good amount of views. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLi07HdCg2CgM58MVqehAnWUiKMP3TNtag
He's super awesome and definitely not me ;)
Ckid Tech Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiorCYc5p5G0pR_Z-uzLxzQ
Robert 'Blake' Hodgson of https://www.kcproto.com/ . A maker, a creator and overall awesome guy. He's a master at all things prototype and can take ideas from bar napkin to physical reality in a very short time. Look him up!
Yep, here one you could collaborate with https://www.youtube.com/c/TekVibe/about
Shellback Tech 501(c)3 Public Charity (@Shellback_Tech) / Twitter
He does great community work and builds PCs for those who were former military and can't afford to do so for themselves.
Please work with him.
Agreed. It would be great for his sterling work to get more focus.
I second this. The world needs some more Viking LN2 overclocking.
definitely TekVibe, although he is still pretty small his content is great and he's already helped out a lot of people to get a GPU, he for sure deserves this boost
Can I nominate myself?
Thanks for the nomination, Eric!
I do a lot of PC hardware content revolving around streaming and stream tips, and saw on the Microcenter site that stores offer complete streaming setups to check out in person as well as having a streaming studio builder and many recommended components. Would love to delve into this more with y'all! SoCal here, so that would make the Tustin store the closest too.
A lot of good recommendations here, and a few I haven't heard of, so I can't really add more names to the list. Buuuuuut...
From a business and community exposure perspective, I think Micro Center should reach out to as many creators in this list as possible and bundle them up into collabs. $1K budget show-down, modding competition, refurb challenge, no-GPU challenge, etc. Take advantage of the fact that Micro Center has resources and creators have creativity. All that is needed to spark this fuel into glorious bonfires of content is a bit of organization.
It is all fine and dandy to throw money at Linus and get a million international eyes on that content from people who don't live even live on the same continent as a Micro Center... or you could work with 5 smaller creators at once, sponsor them on a collab, hit 95%+ of their combined audience, and be assured that most of those eyes at least reside in the US.
(No shade at Linus here, just using his Candian'ness as an example of non-US residency. Even though he has a lot of US viewers. Seriously, I like his content! What are you implying?)
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