Newsletter Archive
February 2014

Weekly Video Update – 02/07/14

Hey, it’s Lon with this week’s Video News edition…

From The Blog – Special Guest Expert Webinar:

==> The Art of the Sales Story

Catch the replay of a Google Hangout with Lon and copy-writing legend Daniel Levis discussing how to use the power of “stories” for video scripts.

And get a free mind map that outlines “The Hero’s Journey” story technique. Great content!

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Ready For a Month of Kick-Butt Video Productivity?

Join Michelle Schoen for her 30-Day Video Challenge!

She is an EXPERT at getting videos done. You’ll learn from her experience and…

  • Form good video project and workflow habits
  • Gain new perspectives and techniques
  • See how to stay focused
  • Experience the awesome feeling of accomplishment!

==> Click for DETAILS

Trust me… she kicks MY butt to get my videos done all the time. It works. 😉

Stay Warm!

Lon Naylor and Michelle Schoen
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Weekly Video Update – 02/14/14

Hope you all had a delicious Valentines Day yesterday. I got the usual box of Godiva chocolates and they are all gone. I’ll start the diet tomorrow.

It’s Michelle doing the newsletter this week and here’s what I’ve got for you…

From Our Learn Camtasia Blog:

3 Super Useful Tips To Improve Video Productivity

As I prepare this weekend for my 30 Day Video Challenge, I have been compiling some of the new productivity tips that I have implemented over the last year.

Last July I took some time off and had a lot of trouble getting re-motivated to work on my videos after my kids went back to school. Putting these particular productivity tips into practice really did get me back on track and helped me crank out a bunch of client work this fall.

I hope you’ll give these a try and let me know in the comments if they work for you.

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A Great Resource for You:

Top 10 YouTube SEO Myths

OK, so what better way to make your content perform than by optimizing it and having it show up as high as possible in the YouTube (and Google) search results? But getting those high rankings isn’t as easy as many “video marketers” like to claim…

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Have you Had Your 15 Minutes Yet?

TechSmith – the makers of Camtasia, Snagit and many other great products are looking for people who would like to be on their 48 Videos in 24 Hours broadcast on Feb. 27th.

If you’d like to volunteer to be in one of their videos, they want to show off your tips, tricks and stories about how you’re using TechSmith products. Could be fun and you’ll be famous!

What’s Coming Up:

My 30 Day Video Challenge starts Monday and runs through mid-March.

If you’ve been procrastinating getting a video (or several) completed, this is your chance! Learn some top tips for video productivity and efficiency.

To your screencast success!

Lon Naylor and Michelle Schoen
LearnCamtasia.com
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Weekly Video Update – 02/28/14

It’s been a busy week here at Learn Camtasia. Lots of students getting lots of videos created using many different tools. In this week’s newsletter Michelle shares some animation techniques, a cool new video by one of our students and a suggestion for how you can make money sharing some of our products with your own blog subscribers.

From Our Learn Camtasia Blog:

Working with Visual Properties to Create New Animations in Camtasia 8

If you own Camtasia 8, you’ll notice that the ability to create animations is available in a tab called “Visual Properties”. Because I tend to be a creature of habit and am used to doing my animations in PowerPoint, it has taken me a long time to get used to doing some of them in Camtasia. There was a certain point in a client video though that I thought would be a perfect place to add a few animations and if I could do them in Camtasia, it would actually save me quite a bit of time.

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Check Out One of Our Student’s New Videos:

I (Michelle) have been running a 30 Day Video Challenge this month and motivating the students to complete one or more videos before March 17. We’ve been getting some great submissions.

In fact, here is one that was done by Video Challenge member Caroline Cerveny. She is using Animoto.

It just goes to show you that you can get some fabulous techniques using all sorts of different video tools.

If you use your imagination, you could easily combine something from Animoto with a PowerPoint or Camtasia screen recording to end up with something very unique.

See the video…

What’s Coming up at Learn Camtasia:

We just sent out thousands of dollars in commissions to our affiliates for last month. 🙂 So if you earned money, check your PayPal account.

Big thanks to our top affiliates for the month, James Wedmore from jameswedmore.com and Jules from videohero.com – we appreciate you so much!

We have a special 100% commission promotion we will be doing with all of our affiliates and partners in mid-March. If you have a group of followers interested in video or PowerPoint, you may be able to earn some nice commissions on our products.

If you wish to participate and you are not already one of our partners, please sign up at the link below:

https://www.learncamtasia.com/affiliates

To your screencast success!

Lon Naylor and Michelle Schoen

LearnCamtasia.com
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