Alright, well, the pic is a little silly. But, I think it’s healthy to be a bit silly sometimes with live video. If I am to hope to inspire others to get started with live video, then it would only be honest of me to post imperfections as well as more polished work. Plus, this
Originally Created 01/04/2012, Revised 11/14/2017 After all these years, there are so many people who still post questions on forums and social media how to create a blog post. The questions are usually about whether writing blog posts is a waste of time, if blog posts are even relevant anymore, how to find hot topics,
Discover the 10 Deceptions You Need to Know that Live Video Experts are Wrongly Teaching You and They Don’t Even Realize it We have just released a new getting started with live video free report to Here Next Year subscribers called,MISGUIDED: 10 Deceptions Live Video Experts are Wrongly Teaching You and They Don’t Even Realize
Children of today are able to use live video on a daily basis but you have not fully embraced live video to promote your business and communicate with your customers and support team, because kids of today grew up with video capability right on their phones. Using live video is natural to them. You Likely
Here are three quick tips for using props in your live video and recordings. Watch this fun little video where I was just feet away from a herd of bison. Now there’s a prop you don’t see every day!
A lapel microphone for your iPhone or Droid phone will probably be the first hardware device you purchase to improve your live and recorded video. But, you don’t have to buy the top of the line to hear an improvement in your recording. If you’re on a limited budget, start small and focus on function.
Watch the Video on Here Next Year’s Facebook Page. Or, Read this Abbreviated Summary of Important Points from the Video About Vocal Variety in Live Video The last 3 videos I’ve watched on Facebook Live today had no vocal variety at all. People seem to get into a set vocal pitch and it’s something we
Yesterday, 9/16/2017, I uploaded a short video and used YouTube’s video editor to chop off the first few seconds of the front of the video and the last few seconds of the end, like I’ve done a hundred times in the past. Today was different.
September is here. Labor Day week is behind us, as well as some pretty treacherous weather and other catastrophes. The show must go on and it’s time to get back into gear with Live Networking at Here Next Year. This summer I was thinking of all the ways our Live Video, web-based, online networking sessions
Outdoor video is available to almost everyone and is a great (and underused) way to gain visibility for your business. If you have an iPhone or other smartphone, you can get started with basic video without the purchase of any additional equipment or apps.