Today is day #30 of the video blogging challenge and I have a hodgepodge of information to share. I created a video to talk about each topic, but there’s text below if you would prefer to read.
Watch the Video:
The Last Day of the Video Blogging Challenge
If you completed all 30 videos, you would deserve a pat on the back and lots of praise! You did a great job and I am so proud of you! Don’t worry if you didn’t get all your videos made, you could still finish them!
Continue creating your videos because once you’re done with them, you will have 30 pieces of content out there working on behalf now and for years to come!
I spoke a little faster than usual on today’s video because I had so much to cover, so I apologize if you watched it and it seemed a little rushed. I was trying to keep it under the 10-minute mark! 🙂
This bug has been around since 2011 but causing problems right now. Check out the Heartbleed Hit List so you know which websites are affected and which passwords you need to change right now.
This bug attacks the Open SSL layers of websites and currently affects more than 60% of website properties. According to Mashable, this bug is considered one of the biggest security threats on the Internet so don’t take any chances thinking you weren’t affected!
Some companies such as Host Gator and Blue Host have already taken measures with a security patch, but you should still log into your accounts and change the passwords.
However, please note that since this bug has been around for several years, it’s quite possible that your credit card data and/or private information has been compromised.
If you use the same password across multiple websites, now is a good time to give each site a brand new password; please don’t use the same password twice!
I want to work on more infographics. I just finished another one earlier this morning. I am doing a package of five that will be a part of aWSO, which I will offer at the end of April.
The infographics are on the topic of Internet marketing and I would like to offer other niches, in the future. If you have a Top 5, Top 7 or Top 10 list article, and you want it changed into an infographic, send it to my attention to bonniegean[at]gmail.com
Obviously, I need to get your permission to use the article as the basis for an infographic, which I would like to sell as PLR, so please remember to state (inside the email) that I have your permission. I will not use your wording verbatim; instead, I will rewrite the content in my own words.
In exchange for your help, I will give you a gratis copy of the infographic so you can use it to market your business! If this sounds like an acceptable exchange, I look forward to hearing from you!
Please give me permission in the email, when you submit an article, so I have it on file. Thanks!
Tutorials are something I have offered over the last two years, and there’s a section on the blog that offers links to each of them, but I am also getting requests for new tutorials.
Here are the first three I will produce, starting next week:
1. How to use Gimp and create a Kindle book cover graphic.
2. How to take a graphic button and attach an affiliate link to it from your blog.
3. What to do with the old blog post once you have recorded it on video.
If you need any additional tutorials, please leave a comment below or place it on the tutorial request page and I will get busy creating and recording!
Video Creation Report
This is my way of saying “thank you” for joining me on the video blogging challenge. I will share the report as a gift so you can give it to your friends and subscribers.
The report will consist of all the video tips I shared during the video blogging challenge. I didn’t supply a video tip every day, but there are still quite a few to compile.
If you started the challenge late, you probably didn’t get to see, read or hear the tips I am referring to, but I am going to create a short report with the tips, and if I have time – a PowerPoint presentation.
The Power of Plus by Sue Worthington
Before I started the video challenge, I was reviewing a copy of Sue Worthington’s the Power of Plus product, which I did not get to finish.
There was so much going on with the challenge, doctor visits, my surgery, the interview with Alice Seba, etc. that I stopped doing the review. I intend to complete the review so I will go back to my regular blogging schedule next week.
Your Educational Needs
I hope you will make it a point to revisit the blog in the future. I have plenty more to teach you and would like the opportunity to continue visiting with you.
You can tell me what you need, and allow me to help and teach you. Anything you are stumbling over and feel I can help you overcome, please share it with me. All correspondence is kept private so feel free to write to me with confidence.
Lastly, if you participated in the video blogging challenge and enjoyed the training, I would like to ask you to stop by my testimonial page and leave a comment. Even if you did not join the challenge and like what I share, consider stopping by.
I seriously would appreciate your input so I can improve my teaching methods. If you have time and wouldn’t mind helping me out, please visit the page and write from your heart. 🙂
Thank you for reading this entire blog post; I know I get long-winded!
What will you focus on now that the video challenge is over? Leave a comment below and let me know!
Thanks for reading,
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