The Channel Guide has 50+ diecast racing channels in it and many of them put up new content on a weekly basis. It's really impressive to the point where we're quite possibly seeing the sport/hobby in its prime.
But creating all this content can also be very time-consuming, scary, and discouraging. Whether it's video or written or whatever, it's never just "point and shoot" and you magically have something to show people. I've talked with many folks about how they'd love to share their racing with the community but the idea of having to create videos and content stops them.
So what I'd like to discuss here is the process of creating content.
The process of creating content
I'm interested to learn about the workflows and routines people have created for themselves to churn out content. That's videos, Facebook posts, or anything else you push out related to diecast racing. What's your schedule? What's your order of operations? How do you keep things organized? When do you post your content?
My hope is that by sharing what your work flow looks like, it might give people that want to create, but aren't, a good foundation to try and use. And I'm in that group too...I'm not new to putting together videos but it's so infrequent that it feels like I'm starting over every time, which can be discouraging as much as anything else.
PS: We've talked a lot about video editing software in past topics, so while that's certainly part of your process, lets not just list out the software we use to put together videos - we have a lot of those topics already.