In last weeks newsletter I did a round up of the content I’ve created in February.
I wanted to spend some time writing about finding your target audience, and what’s the best way to do this? Walk through my own process of finding my target audience and my “customer personas”.
In this blog post I wanted to spend a short bit of time running through the pro’s and con’s of each setup for creating video content. Not sure where you should start if you want to create video content? Hopefully this will help.
Shocker. If you read my 2022 goals, you’ll have seen that two of my goals are to get better at video, and create a video course. How am I going to do it? You’ll be shocked at the price of the course.
Welcome back to my weekly series about tweets I’ve found particularly interesting this week.
In this post, I wanted to share what I’ve learnt about lighting for videos (and also, photos). Hopefully it will help you if you’re creating video content for any purpose. The main thing I’ve learnt is that lighting matters the most.
It’s now been two weeks since my 2nd boy, Axel, was born. It’s been a total whirlwind, magnified by the fact my first child, Zach, has just turned two.
I made a quick YouTube video last Friday using my camera. Here it is below.
Every month, I’ll be writing a quick summary post updating on the metrics I’m tracking. This is the first update (covering until the end of Feb 2022).
Today is another post related to my 2022 goal to start producing more video content. In my first post about YouTube setup, I wrote about what my initial setup was, here’s an update now I’m a month in and past the initial teething problems.
It’s Twitter Tuesday already and in this post I wanted to share some nice tweets from the week.