Amy Schmittauer is an absolute Queen of vlogging – video blogging, for the uninitiated. It’s one of the most potent ways to inspire your dream audience. But most of us are secretly terrified of getting behind the camera… Amy shared her unmissable insights on how to get over your vlogging fears and make it work for you – and your audience – at Chris Ducker’s #youpreneursummit.
Despite having done video blogs since 2008, I still learned stuff from Amy. And here’s where to catch some practical inspiration from her:
Once you’ve watched the video, I’d love to hear from you via the comments:
How might video help you to grow your audience? Are you already vlogging like a boss?
What gets in the way of you vlogging? Or going live on video?
Hint: “I can’t do livestreams, because….”
What are your favourite excuses? Biggest fears? Burning questions?
- Amy Schmittauer’s website: savvysexysocial.com
- Come and join me in the private Facebook group I mentioned: Dare To Dream Bigger
- If you have my latest book – Dare To Dream Bigger – you’ll find practical strategies to help you with video blogging: Step 1 – What Is Your Big Message? (Page 64). The whole of Step 2 – Confidence. Step 4 – Connecting With Your Dream Audience (page 220). Got the Kindle version? Search on those phrases to go straight to those sections.
And I’ve Got A Treat For You:
I have a free training on how to get started with Periscope, but it’s a great guide to looking – and feeling – great in front of a camera, especially if lenses make you nervous, like me. And it applies to everything from video blogging to Facebook livestreaming.
Here’s where to grab your spot – as my gift:
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With love and gratitude,
Author of Dare To Dream Bigger, Mentor To Passionate World-Changers
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