Continuing on in our Content Marketing Series. It’s another Tech Tip Tuesday.

Today’s episode is about the different software you can use to create videos to have available for viewing.

You need content to have available on a regular basis to help your ideal client know all about you and how you know your topic. You share info with them to help them along in the quest. And they turn around and use you as their go-to source for that topic. Because they know they can trust you.

Another type of content you want to make available for your ideal client is a freebie. (Also called lead magnet, freemium, optin, etc.) This is a little more in depth than what you use as your regular content. It gives your client a quick win.

With either, one of the types of content you might want to create are videos.

What software do you use to create a video?

We answer that question in today’s podcast episode.

***NOTE*** I realized while editing that I kept going back and forth between calling this a Content Creation Series and a Content Marketing Series. Either one is fine. But it is basically a Content Marketing Series.

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I bet you are intrigued by the idea of using Loom to create screen captures, right?

But now you are feeling a little daunted about learning ANOTHER new software. It takes time and energy. 2 things you don’t have an abundance of.

Don’t worry. I got you covered. I made a video tutorial of how to use Loom. Which feels kinda meta if you think about it. Using screen capture to show you how to use a screen capture software.

Just click here to get your FREE Loom tutorial.

I will send you a link to the video so you can learn all about Loom and how it works.


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