I Hate Doing Videos

If you are like me, you dislike talking into your phone, laptop or video camera to record personal videos to market your products or services. I absolutely love getting up in front of an audience and speaking. That is never an issue for me, but tell me to talk to the camera and it’s another story. I recently was introduced to a solution I believe you will love as much as I do.

How about if you could join a group of professionals doing videos each week via Zoom? Think of it as a Video Toastmasters. Each week you would receive feedback from other professionals and each week you would get better at creating short personal videos for your business. The idea is to be “real”, not Hollywood. Each group session is only 45 minutes and if you can’t make your time slot one week, you can sub at another group.

Did you know that using video in your emails increases your click-thru rate by 200-300%? Our brains process video 60,000 times faster than they do text. Just look at Instagram, YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook Live…video is everywhere. Video on a Landing Page has the potential to increase conversion by 80%. Professionally-done videos can be expensive, and who has the time to get these done? Potential customers and clients want transparency. They want you to be real with them. These videos through videosocial will give you the competitive edge on your social media, email and landing pages.

I am hooked and I invite you to give it a try. For $88 per month, you will join a group each week to create a 2-3 minute video. This is also a business networking vehicle. WOW! Here’s an opportunity to try it out, at no cost, either on August 21st or August 28th at 11 am Pacific/2 pm Eastern. Spots are definitely limited so don’t hesitate. Act NOW! Get started right here. I’ll see you on videosocial.

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