Stef & Sheena get serious about online video

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Date/Time
04 May 2018
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Address
Online
This webinar will be delivered online
Full details will follow
OX18 3HN
United Kingdom

Online – this event will be delivered as a webinar and you will be sent a link to log into.

 

Do you know you should be creating online video – but simply don’t know where to start?

Do you have any idea which platform will work for your business? With YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn all vying for your attention?

Do you need to understand the difference between Facebook Live and Facebook Video and which one to use?

Would you like to know when to create video with your ‘phone and when you need to bring in a professional?

Here’s the thing, I’m a guy who has worked out how to use video to successfully sell my services online. I am NOT a video professional and leave the clever stuff to the clever people who are. I do things simply and effectively and can show you how to do the same.

In this seminar we will be showing you where to start – how to create awesome videos using your ‘phone, how long they need to be, and how to upload them to the various platforms. We’ll even talk through some of the most simple video editing packages you can get for your ‘phone.

If you know you should be doing, and need that push to get started, this is exactly the right place to start.

Just £59 – or book as part of our package of three and learn how to deliver the perfect 4Sight and how to smash your networking introduction for the all inclusive price of just £118. We’ll even send you the recordings of the webinars so you can watch then whenever you like. To book all three, just CLICK HERE

BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW!

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