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Oh, I'm on video. Wow, this is cool. How do I look? I look okay? I like to thank my mommy, and my daddy and all my friends in school. Yeah…
Hey, this is Leslie Samuel from becomeablogger.com. I want to give you a quickie tip for today. Today's tip is all about video.
A lot of people ask me, “How do you get good making online video?” I want to give you one quick tip that's going to help you to do it and to do it well.
That quick tip is this.
Do it over and over and over and over and over.
When I first started making videos online, I would spend an hour trying to record a five-minute video because I'm making mistakes. I'm stumbling over my words and I don't feel comfortable with what I'm saying. I'm not sure if I'm doing the right thing and all these types of things.
Now, for a five-minute video, it takes me five minutes. Why? Because I practice. I did it over and over and I put it out there even though it wasn't the best. I didn't care.
You know why? Because I knew that by doing it over and over and over and over and over and over, I would get better. So, if you are thinking about using online video which you should be thinking about it because it's very powerful, and you think that you're not the best at it, that is absolutely not a problem.
Everyone that did video, or most people that got into online video were not good at it when they first started. But, the more they practiced, the more they got out there and put their videos up there, on YouTube and embedded them on their blogs, and shared it with the world, the more they got used to doing it.
So, once again, quick tip for today, if you want to get good at video, at online video, just keep doing it over and over and just put it out there. That's my quickie tip — really simple, really sweet, and quick.
This is Leslie Samuel from becomeablogger.com. Until next time, take care and God bless.
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