Creating DIY Videos
Video is a form of entertainment that we have become used to over the years. Whether you are in Croatia or Canada we have all grown up with the television and video recordings over the years. We are used to staring at a screen and being entertained, shocked or informed.
Just as we watch television we also watch videos. Today the video has moved from the television onto a variety of platforms. It is now possible to watch a video wherever you are thanks to the advances in technology.
Now you can watch videos on your iPad, smartphones, laptop computers etc. Sometimes an internet connection will be required if the video is being streamed down to your device. Otherwise videos can be kept on the device for watching at any time.
Some may want to learn how to play the guitar. Well now it is so easy with video. YouTube has many guitar tutorial videos and before long you may go from beginner to semi-professional. You could learn the notes and chords to a song and because it is visual you will learn faster. You could look at where the teacher positions his fingers on the guitar fret board and then do the same with your guitar.
At one time you would have to invest in expensive guitar lessons and possibly travel to a venue. Video allows you to watch a DIY video on your computer or portable device. It's all so much better than hearing just a voice or reading long paragraphs of text.
Have you ever considered creating your very own DIY videos? Do you have a special skill that you feel others could benefit from? You could record a series of lessons and upload them to YouTube. People could watch your tutorial series and then click through to your website where you could sell them the complete course. This is modern day video marketing and you will find you can gain subscribers and sales by using this method.
You should aim to keep your DIY videos short and try to entertain people. Talk clearly and look at the camera.
How about showing people how to use the latest smartphone? Sometimes people will not buy something unless they have more information on the product. Video and especially YouTube now makes this all so easy. Just go to the site and type in the smartphone name and chances are someone will be demonstrating it with a video.
Video really is the present and the future. Take advantage of it now and see if you can create your very own DIY videos.