Mastermind marketer Seth Godin’s new WordPress blog went live this month and as such I thought it would be a great opportunity to stay on top of everything he’s posting – and more importantly stay on top of all the latest marketing trends and insights as they are constantly changing. In the video below I briefly cover Seth’s thoughts from his first blog post on his new site, and I plan to post a new video every few weeks with an update/recap on his latest insights.
Trello is my absolute favorite organizational tool. In the video below, I walk through a dummy board that a YouTuber or creative might use to stay organized and on top of all of their content. This tool is great for anyone – and Trello isn’t a sponsor, I just love their platform.
Today we’re talking about vlogging. Particularly WHEN to start vlogging. There are 3 things I’ve identified that are extremely important to have in place before you even think about vlogging. Let me know what you think.
I’ve seen a lot of people talking about ways they preview their Instagram profile with photos before they actually add them to the app. Unfortunately, a lot of people are doing it the hard way – either through Photoshop or using some clunky tool to do what should be super simple. Instead of the frustration, check out Preview for Instagram.
This is in no way an ad, or sponsored post, I just really like the tool. There’s a paid version (which you don’t really need) or you can use the free version and still do essentially the same thing. Check out my latest video below for the quick review:
Telling better stories is what separates average YouTubers, brands and personalities apart from the very best ones. In this video I share some pointers on what makes a great story, and what you can start doing today to improve your storytelling. I’m still learning, and have a long way to go, but I’m know the more I talk about it and practice it the better I’ll become.
If there’s one secret to success for YouTube creators, it’s their ability to be personable and connect with their audience. In this video I chat briefly about how to be personable / relatable / a human on YouTube.
Epidemic Sound is a music licensing company based in Sweden and they are extremely popular with YouTubers who need great music in their videos. I’ve been using them since Day 1 and wanted to share my thoughts on the platform. Is Epidemic Sound worth it? How’s the content? Let’s take a look!
If you own the Canon T3i and want to use it for vlogging – good luck. It’s a great crop sensor DSLR even to this day, but its capabilities on the video side are lacking. The camera doesn’t have true auto-focusing, but there’s sort of one way around that. Check out my latest video below to see the re-focusing capabilities on the T3i during live shooting.