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How to Record Top Notch Videos Using an iPhone

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For the majority of aspiring entrepreneurs, even the experienced ones, recording high-quality online courses can sometimes be challenging, especially when using a smartphone. Apart from the specific details such as background, composition and lighting, certain technical considerations should also be taken into account to produce a high-quality video.  In this article, we will reveal the secrets on how to record killer videos that look and sound great, that even your friends might have a tough time believing was completed using an iPhone. Here are a few tips for using your iPhone effectively as a recorder: Find a quiet room. Remove or unplug any device that could disrupt your recording. Utilize the exposure lock. If you intend to record a video of an yourself or another person talking to the cam, it may prove difficult since the iPhone has the tendency to adjust and refocus, which may result in a jittery looking That is why we suggest making use of the exposure focus lock. This will help you maintain a constant exposure and focus all through your recording. Do not shoot vertical videos. We live in a world used to widescreen view. TVs, Laptops, websites, and Twitter feeds are all good...

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Course Pricing 101

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The pricing of your products might mean the success of your business… or its failure. It is no secret that proper pricing is one of the keys to the success of your business and that even the slightest improvement in your pricing can result in a faster sale, more positive response and exposure, and of course, a significant boost in your profit. Luckily, you do not need to invest in a marketing course to learn how proper pricing works; just having an understanding of the basic concepts of Economics and knowing some helpful tips will do the trick. Understanding Supply and Demand Supply and Demand are the most basic concepts in Economics. On one hand, demand is basically the how badly the customer base wants a particular product or service, or how much they are willing to spend on. Supply, on the other hand, is the quantity of products or services offered in the market. Opportunity cost is also an important concept, and it refers to the alternatives one passes up to spend your money on a certain good. According to the law of demand, given that all other factors are equal, the higher the price of a particular good,...

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The Anatomy of a Killer Sales Page Video

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All aspects of life today have caught up with the modern times’ technological advancements, and that includes marketing. This is why starting a sales page video has become a popular choice when it comes to marketing and selling products, ideas, or brands. Aside from the fact that almost all people are on the internet these days, a sales page video is in many ways more convenient than other forms of marketing. For one, a video is more accessible for many people to watch. It can be easily shared and watched without much effort. Second, videos generally work better compared to printed materials; it is far more likely for someone to finish watching a video than to read through a whole leaflet. If you found those reasons convincing enough, you might now be thinking of starting one yourself. However, you might be asking the same question that many others have in mind: how? Worry not, for creating a sales page video is easy if you know what you will need and what you have to do. Below are some guidelines for you as you start your own sales page video. Video Basics: Cameras and Video Editing Software To start off, you...

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Capture Sound: An Introduction to Audio Recording

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            For those who want to record good quality audio, the following steps will guide you through the basic to-dos of audio recording – and all you need is great content, a computer/laptop, a USB microphone, an audio editor software, and a completely soundproofed room.  For entrepreneurs aiming to create online courses or sales videos with high quality audio, there’s good news: It’s never been cheaper or easier to do so! With today’s technology, there is no need to record audio in studios. These days, you can record good quality audio from the comforts of your own room.I’ve seen more and more entrepreneurs great money from their online courses than every before, and maybe you’ve been noticing this trend too. But keep in mind that their courses wouldn’t sell as much if they had low-quality audio. No matter how great your content is, if you have noise in the background, or a low-quality microphone, and just upload the first thing you record without any editing, you can forget about the big bucks.For those who want to record good quality audio, the following steps will guide you through the basic to-dos of audio recording – and...

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How To: Record a Screencast Using Camtasia or ScreenFlow

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A screencast, also known as video screen capture, is a video recording of the activities on your computer screen that may or may not contain an audio background with you as the narrator. It is a great tool for creating and promoting online courses, since it requires little to no start-up cost for high quality video resolution, and looks very professional. A screencast may contain slideshows or full motion presentations. You can easily highlight the most significant contents in arrows or circles. Screencasts have numerous benefits when it comes to promoting and creating online courses. As long as you’re familiar with what you’re teaching, each lesson takes only as long to record as it takes you to talk about it and demonstrate it on your computer. When it comes to promoting your product, screen casting makes it easy to create video sales letters, which many find easier to create than long-form copy (and just as persuasive!) Coupled with a good quality audio recording (which can also be done for free or cheap), a screen capture looks and sounds expensive (even though it’s not!) and high quality, which positions you and your brand as “premium” You can choose from a lot...

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