Just like in any new project I take on, I want to make the content inside of the project look at least half-decent. So, to challenge myself and to preserve the quality of my website and the JoeBonett.com network, I decided to “revive” my old channel. The channel was called “OnTopJoseph” or OTJ for short. It will now be the official YouTube page for JoeBonett.com. I have been creating content for that YouTube channel since November of 2015. I enjoyed doing that, but after a while I found it boring and realized that it was not what I wanted to do anymore; I decided to pivot. I took a break for a while, after not uploading to the OnTopJoseph channel since November of 2016. Then, once I realized that it was time to shut down the project, I made a “goodbye” video. It felt odd to shut down the channel because I really enjoyed uploading to it and the content was good. So, by the time that last video had been uploaded, I kept the channel up for a little while as a place to hold the content that I had put on it for the past two years, only because I had subscribers who had enjoyed the videos. I finally got back to the channel just the other day, and I am going to be using the channel as a place to hold my website’s videos, while still keeping the content from the old channel and its concept. I now consider my channel to be a “dual-network powerhouse” because I turned the one channel into two networks, combined with two different ideas to be inserted into the brand.