It’s often quite tough to work out what you should talk about on the videos you make. Sometimes you could go on for HOURS and others you find yourself getting stuck for something to say after a few seconds. But if you’re making regular videos, like I do here on the Video Show, what should you talk about?
The easiest solution I’ve come up with and it’s something I tell our members on the Video Toolkit, is to start by answering the questions people are asking you. So write down the questions people ask you at networking or on social media and set about answering them. Better still tag the person who asked you on social media (trust me they’ll be really impressed) if you start getting that sort of engagement in your videos regularly people will sit up and listen.
As long as you have something interesting to say, stay relevant and continue to provide quality content you’ll generate a huge amount of interest.
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