The New Movie Process Way
Yesterday I received a combination selfie stick and phone tripod. I am seriously considering doing a YouTube series. If I commit to doing this it is going to mean having to carve out in my schedule time to create, edit and upload an installment on a daily basis. This is much easier to do than the old days of filmmaking as seen in the image above where you needed a big bulky camera to create celluloid offerings.
The Movie Process has Come Quite a Distance
Why a daily basis? Because this is a strategy to get traction on YouTube. It is a little known fact that if you do daily episodes YouTube will reward you with more traffic. What YouTube wants most is an individual who on a regular basis is developing engaging content that will keep a viewer watching and ultimately provide a forum in which to run ads. This is a far cry from the film world’s past of just creating coming attractions or trailers.
The YouTube Community
It’s all about the ads. Why? Because that is how YouTube makes money. So if you are someone who is creating engaging content and in turn has a regular loyal following as well as is a magnet for new followers, you will succeed on YouTube. Therefore if you decide to use the Movie Process in conjunction with a YouTube series, make sure it is engaging, has loyal viewers and can attract new devotees. But how do you do this? This can be achieved by doing something you are passionate about and focusing on that. The more consistently niche you are, the more likely you are to succeed with the Movie Process of being a part of the YouTube community.