A misconception about video is that you have to be born with the right personality to be a success. Actually, that’s not true at all. There are plenty of crap personalities in the video world, but they still have the ability to grow an incredible following because of one big skill: talent.
Video talent is important and does not rely on whether your personality is fit or not. The good news is that you can work on your talent to be more successful with video and in this episode, I will share with you the three critical factors that you need to work on to improve your video talent.
Cameras can do it all it seems these days, and this one is no exception. Take a look with me at the live streaming 360 degree camera that helps you capture it “all”.
As someone who started creating video content on YouTube before she realized she wanted to change her entire life to start a business in social media content marketing, I’ve learned that the Internet is an interesting place.
Much of this discovery has come from the YouTube comments (mostly because I don’t really hang out on Reddit) as the participants there are, shall we
Every YouTube video you create is an opportunity. An opportunity to bring someone into your online space and make them feel welcome. The ultimate goal is to have them come up with the brilliant idea that they should indeed come back many more times in the future.
The ideal situation is someone finds a YouTube video in a social feed or search results, and then they watch.
They enjoy the video.
Starting to create content is a bit scary for most. It seems like such a big animal to take on without a clear vision of how it will actually be received by your target customer.
Not to mention the issue of lack of ideas. As soon as the task of content marketing is assigned the question on everyone’s mind is “what?” What will you talk about?
Meanwhile, other brands have been executing and creating content and one of the great ideas you have to build a valuable resource around has already been done. Discouraging, right?
It shouldn’t be. You don’t have to be first to the party to present something great. It’s just not about that anymore.
We live in a time where personal relationship are everything and people want their information, advice, entertainment and reliable products from those they trust.
Everything funnels through my inbox. It’s the place people can connect with me about anything: business inquiries, appointments, questions, props, demands, etc. Keeping everything in one place is helpful for me to stay organized, but the inbox can also become a huge mess because of all this stuff. With the help of focus and Sanebox, I’m able to achieve Inbox Zero every day.
Tim Schmoyer from the Schmovies YouTube family vlogging channel shares how he pivoted their strategy that quadrupled their subscriber following!