Does doing something that isn't Miranda-based make you nervous?
Ballinger: I'm mostly excited about it. My fans are incredible and they're like friends to me -- so supportive of anything I do. If I'm passionate about it, they're passionate about it. And it goes back to what I said earlier: Do what you like and other people will like it. Until right now, when you brought it up, I hadn't even thought like, Oh, I'm moving away from Miranda -- will my fans not like it if I do that? I was just thinking I'm passionate about this and I want to do that. That's been my attitude my whole career.
How has your YouTube strategy changed since the show?
Ballinger: I try to stockpile videos now -- I never did that before. It was like, Oh, I have to post a video tomorrow! OK, I should think of an idea, film it, edit it, and kind of take my time with it. Now, it's like, OK, it's Saturday, I have to film eight videos today and edit them all tomorrow on Sunday, because the next two weeks are full and I post four videos a week. So now I have to schedule it out and be a little smarter with my time, which has been hard. But as far as strategy with how I post videos or when I post videos, that hasn't changed and I haven't catered it to the Netflix show.