Are you using video in your marketing mix?
I dabble with video. I share short clips on YouTube and social media and often receive feedback about how useful they are. (Maybe you’ve watched one or two?)
However, I spend ages trying to find the right backdrop in my Cambridge home as it’s pretty low on natural light. I’m making do with my iPhone and a mini tripod – is that sufficient, or is it time to upgrade?
Well, who better than former NBC news reporter Ellie Scarborough Brett to guide me – and you – on how to shine in front of the camera.
In this 17-minute conversation, Ellie’s drawing on her background in TV to share her three golden rules to help you you to get started with video: from framing to lighting, to the tech tools you can use right now, and how much of your message to share.
Watch now to remove any “I can’t do video” excuses.
You’ll discover how long your videos should be, what to do just before you start shooting, and how to instantly increase your authority and “Celebrity Factor”.
Over to you
Already using video? Been holding back, but now inspired to give it a go? Leave a comment, let us know. And do you accept our challenge?! Record a video TODAY and share the URL below.
P.S. PASS IT ON
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© Corrina Gordon-Barnes 2014