Do you record videos of your talks, presentations or demos? Videos can be a great way to spread your message, while building your credibility and experience.
The 6 tips in this post should save you lots of time, because I’ve refined them over about the last 5 years. (And my most popular YouTube video currently has about 120,000 views and 130+ likes.)
You can use the tips (as I have, too) for all these types of videos, and more:
- Slides being presented by a speaker
- Someone talking directly to camera – often called a talking head
- Demos of how to do something (like use software) – often called explainer videos
The names of the 6 tips form an acronym (“ASPECT”) which I hope’ll help you to recall the tips, and also to be systematic when you approach your video-based projects.
If you’d like to jump straight to any of the 6 tips, you can click these links: