While you may think it’s best to record your video in one go, having that pressure to get it “perfect” right at the start can be stressful. It can even get frustrating and time-consuming, especially if you find yourself constantly repeating each take.
Instead of trying to get through the entire video at once, dividing your content into different sections can make all the difference.
Watch this video tip on how you can be more efficient in recording your videos.
: Leave a comment below and let me know what which you prefer – one take or several takes. What works for you?
Most people think that getting rid of your nerves will help you look better on camera. The truth is: it won’t!
Being nervous is actually a good sign. It means you have a lot of energy inside you.
Instead of trying to get rid of your nerves, you want to channel them to working FOR you.
Check out my video tip below where I share 4 quick strategies to help you handle being nervous in front of the camera.
Your turn: Leave a comment below and let me know how you’ve handled your own nerves. Do you have your own strategies or techniques that works for you?
When creating a video blog, one of your main goals is to get your viewers to watch your video from beginning to end. An effective way to do that is by making sure your content is valuable and concise. You can do this by keeping in mind that you’re video is also telling a story.
Every story has a 3-part structure: a beginning, middle and end.
Watch the video below on how you can apply these to your video blogs.
Your turn: Try this 3-part structure on your video blog and let me know how it goes by posting a comment below.