Would you like to start creating videos for your YouTube channel or an online course you’re planning to create? Or perhaps you’d like to improve the technical quality of your livestreaming broadcasts in the social media channels of Periscope, Meerkat or Blab.
This free course, Course Creation Basics: Tips to Improve Course Videos & Periscope Broadcasts, is designed for you. It is a series of five videos delivered via emails to your inbox. After you receive the link to the first video, you’ll receive additional emails every other day for the duration of the course.
What is stopping you from creating an online course?
I developed this course to encourage you to get rolling on your project — using the recording equipment you likely already have in your home or office. The videos you’ll watch in the course will provide:
- Smartphone recording tips and tricks
- Suggestions for the recording of videos on a tight budget
- Examples of the tips and tools in action
- A reminder to determine if a course is the right way to reach your customers or students with the content you have to share
- And much more!
To enroll in the course, please use the form on this page, or click this link – http://vickiemaris_0.gr8.com – and enter your name and email. You’ll receive an email from me in reply that provides the link to the first video in the series.
These tips and trips for improving your course videos and Periscope broadcasts are the very ones I have used in the creation of my latest course in Udemy. I deliberately kept the video setup very simple for this latest Udemy course to demonstrate that you can create helpful content for your customers without a lot of hassle or expense.
I started out with a test video that I uploaded to Udemy for approval before I proceeded with creating the other lectures for the course. Approval came in less than 24 hours, so I was off and running!
Check out this sample course video!
Here is a video that demonstrates a very simple, outdoor setup. In this 3 1/2-minute lecture, I suggest a way to prepare for the creation of your first online course.
What are your roadblocks to creating a course, YouTube video or Periscope broadcast?
Please add a comment to this post and let me know what question you have about video recording. What problems have you run into while making a video? What roadblocks have stopped you from creating an online course for your customers or students? Or, what hurdles have you faced in your Periscope broadcasts?