This course takes you through my daily 30 day routine to create and share a short video on a number of social media platforms, all in ten minutes a day. Not only did the method increase my visibility online, it gave me material for both a Udemy course (which now has over 10,000 students) and a number of local workshops.
By the end of the course, you will be able to achieve the same results, and I will also cover the mistakes I made and the things I realize I should have done to gain even more traction.
Facebook page or Facebook group? Would a group not be more interactive? My thought is that a group would be better if your goal is more interaction. But to have your videos publicly searchable on Google, you would probably gain more exposure, at least initially, with a Facebook page.
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From the little I worked with Pinterest, I realized how helpful the platform is. Two tips are to add plenty of keywords to your board descriptions as well as each of the pins and to have a call to action on each of your pin images as well as in the descriptions.
I was asked where my visitors come from and how they find my videos, whether more from Youtube ,Facebook etc or more from the free course? So far, I’ve found that as I got more students, Udemy started to promote me more. Before that I think visitors came from YouTube and Pinterest most of all.
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All the best on your Internet journey,
Carol Bremner is a social media and online marketing specialist, Internet trainer and consultant who has been working with groups and individuals since 2001. Carol knows what it feels like to be intimidated by technology and her goal is to teach technical concepts in a non-technical way - from confusion to clarity. Carol's passion for computer literacy and interest in all things related to marketing on the Internet have led to many opportunities in the past number of years. Her motto is "It's Never Too Late, You're Never Too Old, So Get Out of Your Comfort Zone".