This is a short, sharp blog about getting started with video production on a very low budget. Lots of businesses want to start producing content and over the longer term would invest more – but right now, it’s about seeing if this medium works for you and whether you enjoy filming yourself. This guide will help you to get started, with some advice on low cost gear that will make a big difference to the quality of what you are shooting and a few tips for producing at the end. Continue reading “Starting Video Production With Low Costs”
We’re living through unprecedented circumstances right now and, before I get into this article, I would like to wish you all well – I hope you and your loved ones remain healthy. Please stay safe. Continue reading “How can you use video and podcasting to support your business during Coronavirus?”
Playlists on YouTube are a great tool for sucking in viewers and keeping them on your channel – they might be the best tool you aren’t yet using… So here’s a basic guide to setting them up, adding videos to them and why you should.
Last week I was back in the studio with the Brighton Business Show on RadioReverb. Listen in for some tips and talk about video…
YouTube have updated their Partner Program and you could be about to lose your revenue… or going to find it a lot harder to start cashing in. But could it be good news for advertisers? Continue reading “YouTube Updates Partner Program – Who Loses Out”
If you are uploading videos to YouTube as part of your video content marketing strategy, here are 3 features that will help you to increase your video views and subscriptions to your channel. Continue reading “Increase Video Views With These 3 Features On YouTube”
Featured Videos (aka Featured Content) have disappeared. So let’s talk about some alternatives that you can use to improve engagement with your content. Continue reading “Featured Videos Are Dead! Long Live End Screens and Cards!”