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! Presenting on video is part of the speaking quadrant of the 6-step A.C.T.I.O.N. System that
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
If you think business networking doesn’t work and you are just wasting your time attending networking events and passing out business cards, try using video in your networking efforts. Here are 7 benefits of business networking using video that I’ve discovered over the past two years with the rise of popularity of using video and
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.
Here is an interview I’m going to leave up for sake of discussion and evaluation, since it was originally posted in December 2016. My interview was with Scott Friedman, CSP, which stands for Certified Speaking Professional. We talked about his (then) new book, A Celebration a Day: 365 Ways to a Happier and Healthier Workplace.
On a recent OwnIt poll, 53% of 4,254 business owners replied with their greatest hurdle in growing a businesses to be “Getting Customers.” The phrase getting customers is a very broad term. There are probably more than a thousand factors that could contribute to successfully getting customers versus not getting customers in a sales path.
Here is a rare video made public from our one of our early live video practice sessions. I asked Rex Wisehart to spontaneously present a tip. It could be any tip, as long as it would help the other participants move forward with their business. Listen to what Rex says about the new Mevo video
Peter Brissette is a well-known web marketer here in Colorado. He was part of our early live video practice sessions for a couple of months and helped formulate our first core live video best practices. This video is a good example of how you can be new to live video and learn new things even
An important part of live video presentation skills, especially if it’s part of the service you offer as a business owner or professional, is the ability to guide your audience. Here’s a snippet “ROCKSTAR” speaker, Rocio Perez of Inventiva Consulting, where she walks the audience through the process of shifting your energy in an instant.