If your video blog is suffering you can fix it without spending a fortune
As a serious blogger, you will pretty soon try to create your video blog. The fast growing online activities set new standards every single day. Right now the video is the name of the game.
With a never ending flow of articles on the web, you as a consumer have to prioritize what to read and dig deeper into. Reading everything is impossible! What is sticking out will automatically grab your attention.
Among all written text there is no doubt that something that is moving, like a video, easier will get your attention. So, why not create your video blog?
It took me a long time until I created my first video. My belief that it was too complicated for a complete newbie like me hold me back for a long time.
After joining the Six Figure Mentors and getting access to a great community where knowledge of different types was delivered, I also learned that making your video blog wasn’t any rocket science.
Of course, you need to know some basics but at the same time straightforward and easy to understand and implement.
This short video will give you the basics to think about and voilà….start your video blog today!
There Are Many Reasons To Get Started With Your Video Blog
According to recent YouTube statistics, the number of hours people spend watching videos on YouTube is up 60% year-over-year, the fastest growth
On the other hand, 20% of the people watching a video will leave after the first 10 seconds. This means that you need to have good content and particularly the first 10 seconds need to grab you viewer’s attention.
In the Six Figure Mentors community, you’ll have access to a huge number of supporting sources, as well as community members willing to share their knowledge.
To just mention one person, log into the YouTube Channel of Jay Williams, and you’ll get tons of tips and advice. Jay is my video hero!....among all other good advice he delivers in the SFM community.
As referred to in the video, the five elements picture, light, sound, editing and uploading are the pillars for a successful video. However, a sixth ingredient must be added, and that is passion.
Even if it easy to make a good video it requires some work. You need to dig into the script creation. You need to spend some time on the edition part. It takes some time to do, but if you’re passionate about what you’re doing, you’ll do it with joy and passion.
Here are the links to the pages and applications mentioned in the video.
Is your video blog going to see the daylight this week?
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