I can't believe it, today is day nine of a thirty day business blogging challenge that I'm doing. And you know me, I don't like to make things easy. So I decided to make each of my blogs a video blog, that means not only researching and then writing several hundred words, it means complimenting that content with a video.
If you've missed out, here's a summery of the best blogs from neilben.tv the past week or so.
The big question I asked in this vlog was "Is it ok to steal other people's ideas?"
"Stand up for your position, your job title and your skills, because people will trust you and elevate you and think “yes” that is the guy I want to work with."
Don't get me wrong, video is great and the sooner you start using it's amazing power to grow your business the better, and even the simplest video will make a massive difference.
But once you start building your confidence in front of and behind camera the camera you need to start mixing it up and creating videos different from the normal.
The reason this is number 2 is because this is going to be an amazing event in an amazing venue, and what better way to promote a Masterclass that people will not want to miss, is through my vlog.
"You know you need video on your website and social media. You know video can help raise your profile, attract new customers, and transform your business. But you also know that professional video can be expensive.
On this one-day masterclass, you will learn how to harness the power of video without breaking the bank – by using your own smartphone and tablet."
Out of all my posts this week, this one got the most engagement, the most comments, the most shares and the most video views... So what does that tell me? It tells me people want to use video and if they can find an easy and cost effect way to do it they will.
Check out this vlog to see what everyone has been talking about.
Over the coming weeks I'm going to create more posts on making videos with your smartphone or tablet, so do keep an eye out for them.
I'll also be sending out regular updates, not only on my video blogs, but all things video. So click on the image below and you won't miss a thing.
This document also includes a kit list to turn your phone into an HD-Video camera and a checklist to take you from initial idea to finished video.
For support in the production of videos check out Business Video Services.
If you want to learn how to make your own videos using your smartphones or tablet check out the Easy-Pro Video Online courses
You can also attend one of Neil’s video workshops
Or Neil can support you in making Engaging and Inspiring training videos