Stepping In Front Of The One-Eyed Monster – The Camera
Facebook Lives are useful in allowing persons to use video to share their content and getting accustomed to speaking into a camera not knowing if there’s anyone on the other end. I know this can be daunting for many and it took some getting used to for me as well.
The phobia attached to being on video is directed to what people will say about how we look or talk. We are caught up with if they will like us or simply balk at what we have to say. For the most part, though it might be reassuring to note that people just want value and not fluff. So if your content is purposeful and value-packed you can rest easy.
People want to hear what you have to say and share in the way of value and could care less how you look. That being said though, I would advise that you still observe some degree of social etiquette and be pleasantly attired when you come on video. Remember your Brand and what it stands for.
Gaining Subscribers, Views & Crushing YouTube
Now for the 3 C’s of YouTube that when carried out will lead to more subscribers, views, and in the long run sales are these. Consider Commitment, Consistency and Content. Let me share why I think this way and maybe you’ll agree with me as well.
Commitment means that you are going to show up especially when you least feel like it. When you are starting out in any venture, that’s usually the hardest. Why? Well because everything is new and will take some getting used to and for the most partyou are now learning.
So because you are committed to the task at hand you are going to put your all into it and give it your best shot for any possible and probable chance of success. Added to commitment comes consistency.
You must be consistent in your attitude and approach to your video marketing or specifically your YouTube channel. People will start following you and your content and if they see that you care enough about them to show up and are consistent in the content you share then they will feel like they should stick around and this leads to them subscribing to your channel.
The content on your channel should be focused on a specific niche market you choose to explore and look to solve any of the problems existing in that area for your audience. At the core of why you do what you do should be the idea of helping someone to solve whatever issue they are having so they can find some resolve and peace.
When your content is designed around helping your audience solve problems that they are experiencing and furthermore teaching them how to do things within the specified niche , then you are seen as the expert and your audience rewards you by sharing your content.
This goes a long wa to your establishing your reach and pull in your video marketing althouigh having a command of the tips and tricks you can use within your video production is always useful.
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