When you're first getting ready to do your videos and you're really jazzed by all the ideas you get, you're so excited that in your mind you envision your content looking just like your favorite creator.
Once you've recorded that video, reality sets in and you realize that your content doesn't look like what you thought it was going to.
So, instantly, you're ready to quit and not even upload the video.
In this episode, I'm going to share how to get over those embarrassing first videos and be more confident with the content you create and improve the ways your videos look and sound!
24hrs after getting the Rode Wireless GO and using it in a video shoot, these are my first impressions using it within the first 24 hours.
I've used a simple lapel microphone for most of my videos and using audio cables and cords.
In addition to some upcoming client videos I have to shoot, I wanted to see how well this would work for me as well.
Most people kick off their new YouTube Channel or video focused on the wrong things!
I'm guilty of doing it too. So, in this episode, I share with you what the true focus should be when you're in the video creation process from a tech perspective.
Most people jump straight to the questions on how to build a YouTube Channel and have a ton of subscribers.
This question is flawed because it causes you to miss out some important factors that are often overlooked as to why someone subscribes to begin with.
In this episode, I share with you what those factors and how you can not only get more subscribers but understand why they are wanting to stick around to begin with!
Everyone is always fighting for new ways to be better than the next guy. Competition is a factor of just about anything but what I share in today's video will make you 10x better than the next fella because they probably aren't doing the things I'm going to share with you in today's episode!
Welcome to the Video Simplified Podcast born of the formerly known EntreChats Daily Podcast. The focus of this podcast is dedicated to helping busy entrepreneurs simply and create better videos for your business and create deeper connections with your audience using video!
In this week episode, I share my response to one of the most commonly asked questions I receive, "What kind of videos should I make?".
This can be especially hard if you're new to video because you could talk about a lot of things but what's actually going to connect with people to keep them watching?
After a quarter of a million views+ on my YouTube Channel, I'm going to be sharing what those first videos should be about...no matter what niche you're in!
Everyone goes through a time where they just hate their job but while you have a jo and you're working your passion part-time are there benefits of doing both?
In this video, I share my thoughts on today's topic and what I did when I had both a job and worked my business part-time.
Since going full-time in my business I've had conversations with other clients and friend also full-time entrepreneurs and one of the themes that keep coming up is what things you do or do not accept when it comes to working with clients.
In the video, we're going to cover if setting boundaries is actually a good idea or if it'll hurt your business.
Live Streaming with the Canon M50 via HDMI using the Elgato Cam Link has had the issue of a 30-minute recording limit until a comment from Youtuber Vito, who shared this hack in the comments.
This is a quick video sharing how to stream longer than 30 minutes on the Canon M50 with the Elgato Cam Link.
A quick precursor to an upcoming series to answer all the other, better, options out there when it comes to live streaming video content.
In this video, I'll cover the different options I've considered and why you may NOT want to use the Canon M50 for Live Streaming.