Coming up with a steady stream of rich, relevant content for our readers can be a lot of work. That’s why I occasionally research subject matter experts on twitter, or simply reach out to friends to write guest posts for our blog. The results are wonderful as each writer brings a different perspective, experience and tone to our blog.
I usually keep the specifications fairly broad, 250 – 300 words on a topic relevant to small business owners. In return I have hosted posts about business etiquette, recruiting, email, time management and SEO.
However, today’s post by Rocky Walls of 12 Stars Media is definitely an original. When I asked him for a post about video tips I should have expected a video company to deliver the content via video. So here is today’s post a video blog from Rocky about three things to keep in mind when you are shooting a video.
As you are preparing to shoot a video Rocky’s three tips will improve the end product.
- Use bullet points instead of a script. I absolutely agree with this. Let’s face it the video won’t sound or look natural if you try to read it and memorizing it can actually be more stressful
- Know your destination. When you start recording have an endpoint in mind. Even if you get a little lost along the way you can bring the video back on track if you know where you want to end up
- Keep moving forward. As the cameras roll you are bound to make small mistakes. Just keep going. What may seem like a glaring blooper to you at the time will often go unnoticed if you just keep going.
For more video tips go to: videoyoucando.com