The next generation of posting ideas and products over the internet is Videoblogging. Everyone knows about text blogging. Now they use videos as a better means of expression. This form of communication is compiled of a lot of resources but is all worth it. If a picture is worth a thousand words, videoblogging exceeds that exponentially. A videoblog requires larger disk spaces on websites, a faster server, and a whole new set of programs for support. Videoblogs can be fed through RSS which in turn syndicates your website to other RSS aggregators.

Videoblogging works with people on the internet expressing their selves. Now if you look at this from a business perspective, you are up to a lot of benefits. Think of it as a powerful tool for showing your prospective customers your product lines or your many services. It’s just like showing a tv commercial for free. And if you videoblog through RSS, then you are probably hitting your target market. Consumers like to see what they are buying. Some even like to see proof to be sure they are getting their money’s worth before tossing in their dimes.

All of us know how influential that thirty-second commercial is. The effectiveness of videoblogging is similar to that. You display your product, and people watch it. If they like it, they buy it. If your presentation is good enough, they will buy the product even if it’s not a necessity! Now things are pretty much static on the web, unlike on television in which all are moving. If your post t is mobile, it will most likely catch attention. Now imagine your product parading in all its royalty through videoblog. You’ll get phone call orders in no time. If your business is just starting up, you can create a videoblog right at home. All you will need is a web camera, microphone, video software, and lights. If you are proficient at using your camera—you can create a videoblog.

Invest in a good web camera. The higher the resolution the better the output. You want to present your goods in an optimum way so get the best one you can afford. Make a short story, or capture your goods in one take. And please be sure you are getting the best profile for each. Get those creativity juices flowing. Lighting is very important in video production. Make sure the entire area is illuminated that you are using to create your video blog. Remember, the brighter the area, the crispier the images will be. You can also use lighting effects for added appeal to the presentation. You will also need a microphone for sound. Record your own voice as a voice-over for promoting the product and explaining its benefit to prospective consumers. Sounds are as important as videos on a videoblog. Make sure your sound effects are as enticing as the video.

Simple video editing programs should do the trick.

Your video editing software can be any program. But is a necessity in finalizing your work. You can also add sounds, delete bad angles, or insert some still pictures where needed. To simplify the process try to find a user-friendly program that can be used even with zero knowledge of video editing. Simple video editing programs should do the trick. Carefully select your background. Since lighting affects your presentation the background and lighting must complement one another.

Although videoblogging is a great tool just like anything else it has its cons. It may slow down the reader’s computer which may force them to steer clear of it. Also, the downtime may be time-consuming if the customer has an archaic connection. Although it’s hard to believe in the 21st Century some people still have dialup.

But don’t allow these negatives to stop you. Let videoblogging be your alternative, although it is best to still keep the text and pictures present in your presentation to accommodate all possible viewers of your site. Nowadays, the more creative you are in presenting your product to the market, the more you are likely to succeed. Videoblogging offers an interactive way of selling. You involve the customers while instilling the advantage of your goods simultaneously. And at times, those tactics are just enough to make a sale.

Thank you for your continued readership and support. Until next week…Blessings and Peace!

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  1. Wondering, do you have any recommendations on software to use for vlogging? I have thought about getting into this, but do not know where to begin.
    ❤️&🙏, c.a.


    • Windows Built-in Movie Maker for Windows 7 and Photos app for Windows 10, iMovie is good for those with MACs and iOS, DaVinci Resolve, VideoPad is compatible with MAC and Windows, and VideoProc Vlogger. If you’re just starting out VideoProc Vlogger might be the way you want to go. Hope this helps.

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