If you’re a blogger, or even a vlogger, you gotta create a daily vlogging routine.
Why? Because if you don’t have one, you’ll be wasting a lot of time doing the stuff that’s not bringing you results.
If you wanna be more productive, you MUST have a routine. Especially if you’re a vlogger (video blogger).
In this post I share 2 different routines you can stick to. Choose any that you think fits best your schedule.
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If you’re ready to start cranking up videos like a beast, you gotta have people watch them. You gotta be growing your audience to get your message out there (and well, to make money). If nobody knows you, how are you gonna be making money?
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When you’re just getting started with video marketing, I always recommend to start off with a challenge. It can be 30 days, 90 days or even 180 days if you’re able to do so. The reason I like challenges (better if you can do it with a group of people to keep each other accountable) is because you’ll be able to break out of your shell and get in front of the camera, which is not that easy to do. And also you’re creating a new habit in your business.
I personally started my video marketing journey with a 30 day Instagram challenge. Several months ago it was just 15 seconds, now you can record 60 second videos on Instagram. Pretty cool. So if you wanna practice, I highly recommend to go with Instagram.
Then you can transition into doing longer videos and do the actual vlogging, when you combine video marketing with blogging (which is what I’m doing). What I highly recommend doing first if plan the topic that you wanna cover, then record a video. And only THEN write the actual blog post. This is what I found to be the most time effective and it’s just easier to write the text after you do the talking (at least for me). You can test a different approach – write the post first, and THEN record a video.
If you don’t like recording videos every day, there’s a different approach that I’ve been using for the past 7-9 months that’s been very effective. I talk about it in details and exactly how I roll with my daily vlogging routine, so feel free to check it out.
Daily Vlogging Routine For Success
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