I’m happy to welcome Caleb Wojcik from Fizzle.co and DIYvideoguide.com to the show! Today, we’re talking all about creating videos.
Caleb and I initially started working together when I hired him to edit a presentation of mine that was filmed at a conference. He did such an awesome job that I decided to reach out to him again to work with me to film all of the video footage for my book. Then, I hired him to help me film the lessons for Breakthrough Blogging too.
Beyond being a video expert, Caleb is also a very good family friend. Our families often hang out together here in San Diego, and we actually all just got back from a trip to Disneyland. My son calls him “Uncle Caleb”.
He also calls him a giant, because Caleb is really tall and has a deep voice, lol.
I invited Caleb on the Podcast to give us some advice and tips for shooting videos for our websites and courses. What’s cool is that we did this show together while in the same room; I had to “borrow” his setup because I’m currently in the middle of a move – so it worked out!
Ideas and Topics Discussed in This Episode:
- The #1 reason why people are NOT creating online videos.
- Multiple tips and tricks to help save time when recording and editing your videos.
- Why you should talk to yourself when you’re recording.
- Teleprompters and how you should and shouldn’t use them.
- Why “I can’t afford to do video” is a lame excuse.
- The 100+ videos that I never published.
- The worst comments people have ever said about my videos.
- How I was able to use video to quickly communicate with my audience when my website got hacked.
- Lighting and audio tips that you need to know.
- When to use YouTube, and when NOT to use YouTube.
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