I have been consistently publishing 1 video on YouTube every week. What few people know is that I have videos scheduled months ahead of time. If I didn’t upload any videos for 3 months, you would still get new videos every Saturday at 9 am EST.
Scheduling YouTube videos is a great way of systematizing your channel. You can do enough videos in one day to have videos scheduled for months. It takes me about 10 minutes to finish an individual video. After 3 hours of constantly doing videos, I would have videos scheduled for over 4 months.
By scheduling YouTube videos, you will have more time to do more videos without worrying about your YouTube channel. After I scheduled my YouTube videos, I quickly went to work creating my own training course about Twitter. I am going to create more training courses as well.
In addition to the training courses, I also have more time to use Google+ Hangouts to talk with experts such as Mike Michalowicz. I have a giant list of people who I am going to contact and do a Hangout with them. I have more time to do these Hangouts because I scheduled my YouTube videos.
The success of a business depends on how much you are able to learn within a certain time. By scheduling YouTube videos, I have more time to learn about other opportunities. By scheduling blog posts, I have more time to write a new book and learn about marketing tactics that lead to bestselling books.
As people see your YouTube videos on a consistent basis, they will start to trust you more. As the trust builds, they will eventually buy your other products. The products you sell could be created with all of the time you are saving. Instead of doing 1 video every week for your YouTube channel, do 6 videos one day so you don’t have to worry about doing another video for at least a month.