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How to do an On-Camera Read Without a Teleprompter

Added by 6 years ago

We're going back in time to the old days in this video tip to show you a simple technique that you can do on your own for an on-camera read that will look like you're simply talking to the viewers.

Opening Lines: Hook Viewers: Creating Powerful Videos From The Start (1 of 3 series)

Added by 3 years ago

Opening lines are often underrated, and overlooked. But, don’t kid yourself, they’re vital. In TV newscasts, now, even in podcasts, you’ll hear an opening line from the interviewee before the show begins. The idea beh...

What’s Your Why? Effectively Telling The Why In Your Videos (video 2 of 3 series)

Added by 3 years ago

Every story has a why? Finding your why is part of good storytelling. The why evolves from the connection between head and heart…a combination of logic and emotion. I’m Phoebe Chongchua, in this week’s Fit Biz Tip…we...

LFF Biz Tip 2: How To Use Content Marketing To Attract Customers

Added by 4 years ago

An equation that's becoming popular today is EC = MC. Every company can be it's own Media Company. These forward-thinking companies use brand journalists to tell their corporate stories in a way that appeals to consum...

How To Use Video To Market Your Business: Be Your Own Media Company

Added by 5 years ago

How FIT is your brand? Is you company's marketing material nothing more than "junk-food" jargon...meaningless buzz words that deliver little value to consumers? Take a look at this 10-minute keynote presentation from ...

What To Include In Your Call-To-Action (3 of 3 video series)

Added by 3 years ago

In a perfect world…what do you want your audience to do? Hi, I’m Phoebe Chongchua with your Fit Biz Tip. This is the third video in a series of three that focuses on the final phase: the call-to-action. If you’re just...

How to Shoot Good Video With A SmartPhone

Added by 5 years ago

Video of how to shoot good video, even if all you have to use is your smartphone. Here are my five favorite tips for getting professional video.