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Edmonton Business Coach | Making Video a Priority

Edmonton Business Coach | Making Video a Priority

Making video a priority is very important for all of the Edmonton business coach clients. It is something that is odd and unusual but it yields fantastic results for all of our clients. Getting in front of a camera is a lot like asking someone to go skydiving. It’s not something never cared for, they don’t know what is going to feel like when they do it, and the think they’re going to die. It is our job as an Edmonton business coach to allay those fears and get them comfortable in front of the camera.

The reason why we want them to make these videos is simply so that it will help us to give them the most HTML content for their website. Most companies set up a website and then do little to nothing to make sure that is optimized for Google. A lot of companies will pay an offshore company to do link building, or right articles for them on a weekly basis. The problem with a lot of these articles is they are not unique content. Many of them are copied from other articles or blogs across the Internet, and that is never a good thing for Google.

We ensure at the Edmonton business coach headquarters at inspired that we always create unique content for our clients. One of the best ways to create unique content is to have them make it themselves. We do not sit them down in a chair and tell them to write 10,000 words. We do is we create outlines for them and then in a simple question and answer format video record then giving the answers. By the time we’re done a 10 minute video we have thousand words of content to update on the website.

The reason why want to have a thousand words per video is so that we have the most HTML content to put up on the website. There is absolutely no way that someone else can copy even if they are watching and reciting back someone else’s video. Even at that it would be nearly impossible to say someone else’s words exactly.

Because we have such unique system, we are confident that nobody else is going to want to duplicate. The fact of the matter is, it’s weird, and unusual, and hard to remain consistent. It’s not the fact that shooting a video is difficult, it the difficult part lies in being consistent when making videos.

Most successful people in the world run their lives on a schedule, and they do the same thing over and over and over again to create long-term and long-lasting success. Everyone thinks that entrepreneurship is going to be all fun and games, sunshine and rainbows but the reality is it’s going to be one of the hardest things that you will ever do in your life. But only the persistent survive.

Get in touch with inspired method today by reaching out on our website inspiredmethod.com or by giving us a phone call at 780-937-2939. You had to talk with our business coach and get started taking your business to the next level.

Edmonton business coach | should we have longer videos?

When we are working with our Edmonton business coach clients we start them off with a 10 minute video strictly because this is a hard thing. We don’t try to make it hard on them but we know that it is hard. So asking someone to talk longer than 10 minutes on a video is kinda difficult to do at the start. In a lot of cases there is many little starts and stops that happened during their videos, and we end up editing out most of it.

So we get started their videos might run longer into the 15 minute area, but by the time we finish editing were still only around 10 minute mark for a video.

Why do we make them create a 10 minute video? The reason we have the make a 10 minute video is so that we can have more fresh and rich content for their website. Now the beautiful thing about having this content Artie made is that they can reuse this content across different social media platforms. As an Edmonton business coach, we encourage our customers to use their videos across different social media channels so that they can get more leverage out of it.

You can use these things for information on your social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram. Or if you want to highlight a certain aspect of your business that people may not know about.

We have a very unique Edmonton business coach system that very few people would be willing to incorporate into their marketing initiatives. That’s why we are so confident that we are offering a no-brainer offer for anyone who is willing to give us a try.

We’ll give you 30 days of business coaching and marketing help for only one dollar. It’s very simple to get started visit inspired method.com and fill out the contact form there. Or give us a call at 780-937-2939 and will be glad to take you through one hour assessment and see if you are the right fit for our coaching model.

We don’t recommend that people make long videos off the start. But if you are doing a public speech or a training session, you should definitely capture it on video. You can then chop up this long-form video content into smaller bits and use it on your website, or cross your social media channels.

There is absolutely no problem with doing that, and if you are not documenting all of these things then you’re missing out on a massive opportunity to grow your business. The problem with many of these strategies that we are using is that most people don’t want to do them. Most people don’t have the drive in order to take on these seemingly mundane tasks on a regular basis.

The ones who embraced these mundane tasks are the ones that succeed over the long term. Some people may gain some traction in the short term, but over the long period of time it’s those who are resilient and persistent in doing repetitive tasks that when. As Gary Keller says time on a task, over time, eventually the talent every time.

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