Today is day #20 of the video blogging challenge. I talk about being heartbroken over the expectations of the challenge, how to add more time to create additional videos and adding more infographic elements to my weekend work schedule.
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Video Blogging Challenge – Day #20 from Bonnie Gean
I am heartbroken because I looked over the previous comments left on my blog about the challenge; specifically the day where people were all excited about it starting.
They were all excited about hopping aboard the challenge. The same people who told me that they would be a part of the challenge, but four weeks later have not created at least one video!
If you are creating videos, I would like to ask you to ramp it up during the weeks of April. I realize that time may be a constraint, but it’s best to get your videos created rather than not at all!
Even though the challenge ends April 11, you can continue until you have produced 30 videos in total. The challenge is not a race to the finish line, but I would hope you would take advantage of the current attentive individuals in the challenge right now.
The challengers are willing to support your efforts, but I cannot guarantee they will visit your video blogs after April 11 to leave comments. The best approach is to make yourself known while the challenge is still going on so you can get the support you need.
Early to Rise
I have been getting up earlier in the mornings because my number one goal was to produce a video for the challenge on a daily basis.
If you’re making excuses that there isn’t enough time to create videos of your own, I am going to tell you to stop telling stories. All you need to do is wake up 15 minutes earlier.
Creating a video takes less than two minutes in front of the camera. Give or take five minutes to edit it and another few minutes to get it uploaded to YouTube and posted to your blog.
In total, that’s approximately 15 minutes to record, upload and post a video. It’s a process that you can use to help your business grow.
Every video you produce acts like an ambassador for your business, profits, and reputation. So no more excuses; I want to see you get these videos created!
Infographic Elements and PLR
This weekend, I will continue to work on infographics elements. I surprised myself; originally I only wanted to create two colored sets, but I already have five done! This makes me so happy!
I have been keeping busy in the background producing content, so look for additional PLR packages. I have some dog training, gluten, Twitter, Google Plus and Facebook packages ready to list, but I need to make the graphic covers for them, first.
What does your weekend look like? Leave a comment below and let me know!
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