I don't stream but I do make vlogs recording my process - right from figuring it what to build, finding the right resource to follow, and then building it.
Context: My audience is primarily tech writers and we are often asked to "learn new tech" but no one tells us how to go about it. My hope is that seeing me struggle and figure things out will motivate other tech writers to try more tech stacks.
Why don't you live to stream the video and record it and then release the video later in the cut version we already see on youtube? I'm just curious :)
Because I don't think my audience is familiar with live streams -- they are barely getting into tech vlogs. My writing videos perform way better than my tech vlogs. I might live stream down the line after the vlog format gets better acceptance within my audience.
Yeah, that's also an idea. :)
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