The only way an audience will watch your content and keep watching is if they find some sort of connection to it. Some connections are surface-level mental connections, while others run multiple layers down, what Hollywood TV editor Jeff Bartsch calls “The Thing Under the Thing.” When you find the things that your audience cares about and build those connections with them, they will be SUPERGLUED to your content, and you will have fans for life. Here’s how to do it.
Check out these channels:
R Cody Wanner, daily vlogger and founder of the movement - #
Schmovies – Tim & Dana Schmoyer - #
Caren Goodrich - #
Weed ‘em and Reap - #
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The story about the space shuttle (that got towed by the Toyota pickup):
The 123,000,000 Mile Traveler | Context, Music Choice, Symbolism – Story Greenlight /watch?v=_8mJ2AV8v9A
Jeff's book "Edit Better: Hollywood-Tested Strategies for Powerful Video Editing": http://amzn.to/2wHIDZb
Story Greenlight founder Jeff Bartsch edits TV full-time in Hollywood for ABC, NBC, Apple, Universal, Disney, ESPN, MTV, and many others. His commentary has been featured in the USA Today, Time Magazine, the Associated Press, and multiple textbooks.