I’m back for another episode of Video Sunday where we swap stories for the week, keep accountable for our actions, and have fun sharing what we’ve accomplished over the last seven days.
I tell you all about it in this week’s Sunday vlog, but if you don’t care for video there’s text below.
Watch the Video:
Video Sunday – Episode #20 from Bonnie Gean
Video Production Tips
In the beginning of the video I talk about using simple video production tips. There were far too many to include with this post so feel free to read about them by visiting How to Make a Killer Video.
Working with Animation
I like working with animation and programs such as Camtasia 8 or Microsoft PowerPoint. I realized after I produced the video to show you how to create animated icons in Camtasia that I probably should have made a video showing you how to create them with Microsoft PowerPoint, too.
If you’re in the market to learn how to do this with PowerPoint, leave a comment below. I’ll make time next week to fit the video tutorial into my schedule.
There’s another software program I use, which allows you to edit videos named Sony Movie Studio HD Platinum. While it can’t do screen capture video like Camtasia, it does offer many of the special effects and transitions found inside Camtasia.
The price is much more affordable if you’re on a limited budget, too. I have version 10 and never seen the need to upgrade so if you would like a video tutorial of the software, I would be glad to done one.
I’ll spend the rest of the week working on the fan page challenge, making new graphics for Facebook quotes, and getting caught up with Tiffany Dow’s blog posts.
Tiffany has been sharing great advice about her upcoming 90-Day Residual Money Product Creation Challenge such as, where to advertise your product, how to get JV partners, and where to find affiliates.
Because I’ve been so busy I have been unable to get over to Tiffany’s blog to check all this information out but I plan to do so this week since the 90 day product creation challenge will start soon.
Future Case Studies
I realize that were already in April of this year and I have not shared my sales spreadsheet for the first three months. So hopefully this week I can gather all the figures together and show you just what kind of money I made over the last three months.
Now it’s not some big whopping amount but it is more than zero and I’m happy I earned it. Since we’re three months into the year, I’ll share a first quarter spreadsheet instead of separate monthly sheets.
My traffic continues to grow every month since I reviewed and implemented Blogging with John Chow. We’re due for another follow up on that case study, too!
Your turn! How has your week been? Leave a comment below and let me know!
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