Nas Daily: Brings the idea of peace!
Nusseir Yassin, known as Nas Daily, has jumped to internet stardom with the one-minute daily Facebook video’s he films as he travels around the world.
18 million people follow him today on Facebook giving him a significant platform to reach out and promote — what he claims to be — a humanist mission focusing on the people of the world and their accomplishment.
Yassin adopted the moniker “Nas”– Arabic for “people”. He pledged to make a single video every day for 1,000 days; As of this writing, he’s more than three-quarters of the way to his goal.
“I don’t usually take risks,” he told me, as we sat at a rooftop bar in Australia, now his 65th travel destination, “But I decided to make use of every single day, I didn’t want to waste a single minute,” he said.
His first destination, Kenya, proved to be a fruitful one. company operating out of Nairobi saw one of his early videos and offered to pay him to create content for their Facebook pages. The company paid him around $3,000 a month for his services, which Nas says allowed him to continue traveling comfortably and granted him the exposure he needed to build an audience.
“I make videos about people’s stories in a way that is human,” Nas said of his filming style. He decided to document his days through the lens of one-minute video clips.
He added that he purposely sets his sights on less-popular tourist destinations, like Rwanda, Tanzania, and Malta, to give his audience a broader worldview.
“There is a lot of the world that is undiscovered. I went to the places that most other bloggers don’t go to,” he said in the interview.
Slowly, his audience grew. His videos document was he calls “real life,” and they resonate with millions of viewers around the world.
To conclude, I believe he is successful because of multiple reasons including the way of presenting (all ideas delivered in 1 minute), ideas delivered “peace” “humanity” “earth-friendly” (what other influencers don’t cover), and unique personality (He has on T-shirt that he wears; no glamorous outfits like everyone else.
“I don’t do this for money, and I am lucky to be doing something I enjoy and making money from it.”
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Perper, R. (2018, May 30). An Israeli-Palestinian Harvard graduate quit his job to travel the world — and is now one of the most successful creators on Facebook. Retrieved November 19, 2020, from https://www.businessinsider.com/how-nas-daily-became-one-of-the-most-successful-vloggers-on-facebook-2018-5