Do you want to create videos but don’t want to be on camera? I understand. I’m going to share 5 tips on how to make YouTube videos without showing your face and still deliver amazing, highly sought out valuable videos that your audience can’t get enough of. Stay tuned.Read More
Want to create a YouTube custom of thumbnail quickly and easily? In this video, I’m going to show you step by step how you can create and upload your own beautiful YouTube thumbnail. So you’re not stuck with the awkward one that YouTube selects for you. Stay tuned!
In this DIY Ring Light tutorial, I’m going to show you how you can make your own Ring Light, so you can have beautiful lighting for your Facebook Livestreams or your YouTube videos at a fraction of the cost and with pieces that you can get from your local hardware store. Stay tuned.
No matter what category your business is, if you’re not engaging and sharing with an audience – you’re simply not maximising your reach or building credibility and authority to get more customers and make more sales.
So how often should you post on social media to harness the power of the social web?
Today’s Make it Work Fridays: Open Office Hours question is from Jill Weadick, from Idaho, USA.
Jill’s question is:
How often should I be posting to social media? It seems that the different social media networks require different frequencies. HELP?
I was very fortunate to attend the 2014 Traffic and Conversion Summit in San Diego. Whilst there was a lot of valuable information delivered over the days of the summit, I’ve taken the time to summarise my key take outs from the weekend.
By popular request and for your viewing pleasure I have transcribed the interview with Sarah Fit aka Sarah Dussault – Youtube Fitness video Guru and blogger, on how she uses video marketing to help grow her business and personal brand.
So you may have heard of this site called YouTube, it has heaps of lady gaga music videos amongst every other video you can think of. Video is a very powerful social media marketing tool that can quickly position your business as a cut above and leave your competition eating your dust. I studied Sarah Dussault from Sarahfit.com a successful fitness and health professional in Boston best known for her videos on YouTube to show you how you can effectively use video to grow your business.