With the Covid-19 crisis everyone has shifted their business online as much as possible. Television to radio to conference calls are all being done through platforms like Zoom and Skype. I think stocks in Zoom must have gone through the roof, I have never heard their name mentioned so much. Talk about free advertising. I have been using Zoom for years to conduct interviews for my podcasts and meetings with clients long distances away. For those of you that may not be familiar with it, it is a video chat software like Skype or FaceTime but with a few more bells and whistles. The platform isn’t the important part, it’s how you use it that is important.
Since television shows are using video chat for their programming I have seen some horrific video and I think most people will cringe if they saw how bad they looked on screen. I thought I would offer you tips to help you improve your live videos since you may begin using them for your business if you haven’t already. I have been conducting online art lessons for kids during the crisis using Zoom and it works really well. Whatever you’re using take these tips in to consideration and it will drastically improve your video call.
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About the Author
Bruce Outridge is an artist, author, podcast producer, and creative entrepreneur. His work focuses on inspiration, communication, and content creation and he shares inspirational interviews on his podcast Cashing in on Creativity Podcast. You can learn more about Bruce and his work at www.bruceoutridge.com