Simple answer: I don't.
As hinted at in the preceding post, I work on something new, film it and forget it.
This is part of what's so great about the Youtube revolution (if you will). Before the late spring of 2006 when I posted my first Youtube efforts, I worked on the same things over and over again thinking "this way I'll be ready....". I was thinking I might have gigs or busking opportunities or I might just have friends over and would need to make sure I've got a few things down pat so I can demonstrate them.
Of course, that's still a good idea, I guess. But these "gigs" don't just happen even for musicians who are struggling to live by them, let alone interested hobbyists who like to play and don't have a whole of lot of ambition about it (...me).
Youtube is the absolutely perfect venue for players like me. And I'm extremely lucky to have started so early (in June 2006 there still weren't that many guitar players posting) to have gotten the exposure that I now have.
And I thank everybody from the bottom of my heart for all the kind words of support. It's really much more than I deserve (more on this in a future post).