Here are three places to find really good background music for your youtube videos or any videos really. If you’d like to watch the video training instead, click the play button below.
In this post, I'm going to show you how to easily add captions to your YouTube videos.
Confession: the first time I uploaded a YouTube video to my channel, I didn't really know that you could edit your captions YouTube. YouTube auto-generates your captions and this is really embarrassing... but one day I was watching one of my own videos and I didn't have the sound on but I had the captions on.
I have one video that has over 10,000 views and I started watching it and I was like oh my gosh… where I was saying, “hey there it's Lindsey.” It had auto-corrected and it said, “Hey there, I'm stinky!!” and I was like what? are you kidding me? this is like my highest performing video on YouTube and it says, I'm stinky?!?!? 😳oh my gosh… it was horrible… it's horrible.
I quickly learned how to edit my captions and here’s how you can too!
WATCH THE VIDEO or continue reading below.
If you have ever wondered how to make pretty instagram templates, most likely the app that is being used is the UnFold app.
Instagram story templates come in handy when you’re trying to stand out from the crowd, save time or stay on brand.
Start creating videos with confidence.
I love teaching business owners how to create video content and grow their online presence with confidence.
Through video tutorials, social media and the Action Taker Haven, I'm here to guide you through the video stuff with ease!
Video confidence has not always been something that I have been good at, but with patience and practice you can achieve confidence on video.
I’m about to share with you some of the very same tips that helped me grow my videos from 10 views per month to 10,000+ views per month on my YouTube Channel in my first year of creating videos…
...without Facebook ads
...without a fancy business coach
If I can do it...then SO CAN YOU.
Every Tuesday on Instagram I post a how to tutorial, and How I record my iPhone Screen and Voice at the same time was so popular I thought that I would share it with you here.
This feature comes in handy when you’re trying to show or tell someone how to do something on your phone. You can choose to record your screen or record your screen and voice at the same time.
Feel free to watch the video or read the text below for the step-by-step tutorial.
Have you ever tried to record your computer screen for a video course, tutorial or show someone how to do something?
Here are five ways to record your screen using your Mac.
If you would like to watch the video, scroll down to watch the video instead or you can click here to watch the video on YouTube.
Today I'm going to share with you things that are helpful as far as video creation goes.
When you first start creating video... I want you to start with where you are comfortable.
I don't want you to say things like, "oh I need to have this or I need to have that or I need a new camera or I need a background or any of that stuff." You really really really just need to focus on what you are comfortable with and where you are now.
When I first started doing video, I did not want to be on camera. I did not want to see my face on camera because I was self conscious and I had a lot of fears/excuses but I just had to get over that. Once I got in front of the camera I have been able to connect with people more, grow my online presence and my business has grown FAST.
Have you heard of Loom Video Recorder?
Loom video recorder is a web tool that allows you to record your screen and create quick videos.
I love to use Loom for:
quick video replies via email
quick video tutorials for clients, students or Facebook group members
how to tutorials to post on YouTube or inside online courses
One that that I really like about loom is the fact that you can record your screen and be inside a little bubble while you're you're doing a tutorial which is really helpful for just being able to see the person instead of just watching the computer screen. If you don't like that and if you don't want to be or have your face down in that bubble you can just turn that off and you don't even have to be there.
Another thing that I like about loom is the fact that when you do record your videos all of them will be saved to your video library and what's nice is that you can download the videos, you can link the videos and if you don't like them you can just trash them. It's super convenient that anytime you use loom it will put your videos to the folder. I love that it doesn't automatically download them to your computer or disappear or something like that and this feature just comes in handy!
I usually download my videos if the video is going to go on a course or if it's going on YouTube If I need to edit it I'll even just quickly download it and work on it but if it's just something quick and dirty that I needed so send to a client or something like that I will grab the link and then I just shoot them a link and then that way they can just go ahead and get started.