Recording tutorial video’s can be super scary. Even though you’re only recording your screen and the audience can’t see you…it’s still a daunting task.
A successful video requires synchronisation between your mouse and voice to create a tutorial that flows easily. These tutorials video’s are also called screen casts or screen recordings.
In this post, I’ll share the most efficient and popular tools for creating screen recordings and tips that you can use to instantly improve your video’s.
If you’re creating an online course, you’ve probably wondered about the optimal online course length. Would it be better if it were a short course or a huge premium course?
A huge course can overwhelm your students but a short course can turn them off and make them think that you’re not giving them enough bang for their buck. There’s a fine line in getting it just right.
Naturally you will want to give your students the best value for their money.
Launching can be a scary and crazy time. You’ve spent hours creating your online course and it’s been blood, sweat and probably a few tears along the way. But how do you know when it’s time to hit publish and send it out into the world?
Naturally, you want to make sure that you’ve ironed out all the kinks in your online course and that everything is working seamlessly before you hit the launch button.
If you’re creating video’s for your online course, then one of the key elements is a good script.
Now, I know some of you will want to wing it…and ad lib…and that’s ok too. However, having a video script doesn’t mean you need to sound unauthentic or rehearsed.
A script is simply a guide you can use to keep you on track and to prevent you from having too many ‘uhms’
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When it comes to creating an online course, you’re going to have to learn new tech tools.
Unless you’re going to outsource your course creation to a course designer…then it’s a given that you’ll be DIY’ing it.
When it comes to pricing of your online course, do you go high or low?
Charge too little, and you come across as selling something of no value or inferior. Charge too much and you risk not making any money or worse yet, being labelled as pricey!
In his Blog Blueprint 2.0, Yaro Starak states that …”price is relative to value and encourages his readers to charge what you’re worth.”