In the last few episodes, I have been talking all about YouTube and why you should seriously consider adding it as an additional marketing channel for your business.
In this episode of Art of Online Business, I’m diving into the video tools and equipment you’ll need to get started with your channel as a beginner.
YouTube is the second largest search engine after Google. It is one of the best ways to get discovered organically which makes it a massive opportunity for us coaches, course creators, and membership creators. There is no better time than right now to get started with your YouTube channel.
It doesn’t have to be overwhelming to get started. The simple tools I share in this episode will make your job so much easier. In fact, one of these tools is a complete game-changer and will set you up for success.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
Tips for using your phone to recordMy microphone recommendationsThe best lighting optionsWhat you need if you’re recording with a DSLROnline tools for creating your thumbnails How to find content ideasProject management flow tipsTools for adding in B-roll footageWhere to get your analyticsLinks & Resources:
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