Choosing what video equipment to get for creating videos is tougher than you may think, especially if you are used to picking out still cameras. In comparison to photography, videos have motion, audio, and more complicated editing. This means that in choosing video equipment, you not only have a camera to decide on, but audio equipment, lighting, and editing software.In this article, I present some things to consider for choosing a video equipment set up when you have a budget of $500 to spend.
Suck at selling? Do you need some sales tips on how to be a good salesperson? Alex Sim, a business instructor talks about the 7 things you should have when selling yourself and when looking to hire a salesperson to sell for you.
If you’re in the market for some photos for your business, you’re going to want to know what to look for in a photographer when you go about choosing and hiring one.I interview Allan de la Plante, a professional photographer of many decades, to get his advice on how to choose a pro photographer.
Starting a website? Are you going to make your own website or hire a professional web developer?You’ll learn some key things to consider when starting a website by yourself, such as domain names, web hosting, content, and SEO. You’ll also learn what to look for in a web developer if you decide to go that route.
Should you use template legal documents, such as a corporation kit or business kit, or should you hire a lawyer?I video interviewed business lawyer, Eric Rutledge, about those diy legal kits and heard about the potential pitfalls of these kits.
Are you looking for a small business lawyer? A business lawyer, or some people call attorney, can help with many small business tasks. This video covers why hire a lawyer and how to go about looking for a lawyer.
You want to go paperless and need to figure out a digital filing system. In this video interview with documentsnap.com creator Brooks Duncan, he goes through the basics of digitizing your paper.
If you’re looking to make your own video, I offer up some tips on what to look for when you’re doing your DIY video project.I will be doing follow up videos on which tools and equipment to choose, how to upload and distribute, and when you should look to hiring a professional videographer.
I have a 9 1/2 minute video about business banking. That’s right – you read it correctly – nine and a half minutes about business banking. Why would you want to sit through this video?
Can I afford to hire a professional, can I afford not to? That is the question that entrepreneurs often find themselves asking. I’m creating a new video interview seriews called “DIY or Go Pro” to help small business owners answer that question.