Now, tomorrow, I will celebrate my 5th anniversary on Facebook … and in honor of that special occasion, I will make my first live video on Facebook at around 5:00 tomorrow afternoon. For several years now, I have been making pre-recorded videos for my friends … and I try to put them up on my social media sites right after I make the videos. I usually make my videos a few minutes before I put them up on my social media sites … and sometimes I’ll do it hours before I put them up on my social media sites.
A lot of you are probably wondering how I make my videos on an almost-daily basis. Well, let me tell you how I do that.
I make all of my videos by using my smartphone’s camera. I usually make one or two videos a day. I make my first video of the day at around 4:30 this morning … and several minutes later, I put them up on my Facebook page and my Google Plus page. On weekdays, I will make my second video at around 5:05 or so … and then I will put the video up on my social media sites about an hour or so after I make the video. Now, on weekends, I will still make my first video at around 4:30 on weekend mornings … and if I feel like it, I will make a second video on either a Saturday or a Sunday. I will try to make a second video in the middle of the morning on weekends … and then I will put the second video up on my social media sites at some point during the 2:00 hour on weekend afternoon.
Now, lately, you may have noticed that I almost always say the same things at the beginning and at the end of my videos … and you probably asking yourselves, “Joseph, do you use a script to make your videos?” The answer is no. I don’t use scripts whenever I make my videos. I ad-lib everything that you hear in my videos. This way I can say whenever is on my mind at that particular time. Besides, it would take too much time for me to prepare a script for my videos.
So, that’s how I make my videos on an almost-daily basis. Enjoy your day, my friends!