A website for entrepreneurs offers a feature about how to use video to market a business. A consultant in this field presents a video with ten tips. Examples include showing the viewer a behind the front video about how the business works. Another involves being available for questions and answers or AMA – ask me anything sessions. Or, the entrepreneur could provide video of an event happening in real time. The owner could even shout out a rant. Further advice is available on the consultant’s You Tube site.

Key Takeaways:

  • Upcycle previous content to raise awareness of your work you have done
  • People are always looking for educational videos, if you know enough about a subject to teach people making videos will be a good idea.
  • Make video reviews about places you go to and your opinions on the businesses

“With so many ways to use live video, from upcycling written or non-video content to giving your audience a peek behind the scenes to question-and-answer segments, there’s no reason your video strategy should be overly predictable or one-dimensional.”

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