ScreenFlow Makeover #2: Make your videos more share-worthy
If you’ve been following this blog, you’ll know that a few weeks ago, we announced a ScreenFlow Makeover Series, which offered users the opportunity to get free one-on-one consulting with Marty Smith from Combocasting.com to improve their screencasts. I am excited now to share the second Makeover results video. (If you missed the first one, you can see it here.)
This episode focuses on Jeremy Weiss. Jeremy operates WeissTechHockey.com and has a YouTube channel that is a going concern, putting up product reviews, hockey drills and training camp marketing videos on a regular basis. He gets a good number of views and seems to have a loyal following, in particular for his free hockey drills campaign which is targeted to hockey coaches.
Jeremy applied to the ScreenFlow Makeover Series because he wanted to find ways to improve his drill videos. He not only wanted to make them more interesting and engaging but also more share-worthy, as he is looking to get more viewers to subscribe, comment and share his videos so as to expand his market reach.
As always, Marty’s advice is entertaining and fun to watch, and he offers some great tips on how to make Jeremy’s videos more interesting and share-worthy. Thanks Marty! And thanks to Jeremy for offering up his hard work to constructive criticism.
And if you want to take advantage of this opportunity to submit your own video to the Makeover series, fill in the form here.
So without further ado, I turn you over to Marty Smith of Combocasting.com