I love football, and I think a lot of girls - and other beginners - find it hard to learn the rules of the game by watching with a crowd of screaming maniacs.
I found myself at the center of many football parties, and especially Super Bowl parties, explaining to other women - and sometimes men, too - why everybody was screaming.
Well, this year I'm watching the game, because I've prepared this course for all my friends, and any beginners who would like to learn the game - so, everybody will know exactly what's going on.
I discuss everything from the very basics, Object of the Game, and Flow of the Game to strategies and rule changes.
And, I'll continue to add lectures and address issues on the game I love.
Also, I need to give a quick shout-out to Robert Scot, who provided incredible help developing this series - everything from helping the curriculum to video direction. This was my first time on camera, so I could never have done this without him. Check out his other course on Udemy!
Touchdowns, Field Goals and Safeties!
The team with the ball.
These guys level bone-jarring hits.
The Kamikazes of football.
Who are those funny looking guys in the zebra outfits?
And, why do they keep blowing their whistles?
Robert Scot's courses on Udemy have received nearly 400 Five-Star Reviews, with more than 30,000 students enrolled, from 161 countries.
Known in web video, affiliate marketing, and YouTube marketing circles as Dr. YouTube, Mr. Scot has created and managed advertising and marketing campaigns for a diverse variety of professional industries, including doctors, lawyers, artists, affiliate marketing, and service businesses.
"I am committed to bringing top-shelf courses to my students - courses that could help them get ahead in life, and make a substantial living," preaches Dr. YouTube.
For nearly two decades, Dr. YouTube has been teaching, both online and in live seminars, on multiple aspects of his professional experience in video and filmmaking, photography, advertising, copywriting, affiliate marketing and publishing.
In the past 10 years, Mr. Scot has developed a reputation as one of the top experts on YouTube marketing and web video marketing, in general, as his practice became laser focused on getting clients Page 1 Google search results, through the use of YouTube videos.
In his video optimization courses, Mr. Scot teaches proven methods on how to get your videos (or your client's videos!) to the the top of Google - in easy-to-follow, step-by-step lectures.
For about 15 years, Mr. Scot published a series of magazines in the town of Sedona, Arizona (U.S. Southwest), including an Arts & Politics newsmagazine and a number of tourist-oriented glossies.
The glossies featured spectacular photos from the red rock country of Sedona, "America's Most Beautiful City" (USA Today), many of which Mr. Scot shot, and many of which he acquired through hiring photographers and working with stock photography agencies.
Dr. YouTube's stock photo courses guide photo lovers into making money in the stock photography business. Not only does he touch on some simple photo tips and tricks to improve your photos, his mission is "to help you create a workflow that guarantees long-term passive income doing something you love."
"Frankly, the YouTube optimization courses are as valuable to my stock photo students at they are to my YouTube and video optimization students."
Mr. Scot is one of the founders of the Web Video Means Business team, whose members share strategies and techniques for improving video rankings on Google - mostly through the use of YouTube.
In 2010 … "Back in 2006, when Google bought YouTube, everything changed in the web video marketing world. Today, the effect has shaken the Affiliate Marketing world. In fact, it's turned the Affiliate Marketing world upside-down."
Mr. Scot's photography and aerial videography is available for licensing through private and public stock agencies.
Since she was an athletic little girl, Gina always loved football, but back then, girls were never allowed to play.
Luckily, her father was a very patient man (an English teacher), and he answered every question Gina asked, as they watched football together on Sundays.
As the years went by, Gina found herself constantly recruited to explain details and strategies during football games, and especially at Playoff and SuperBowl gatherings.
Gina offers pre-game instruction to women's groups and other beginner football fans, in seminars and webinars.