While she studied communication at Whatcom Community College in Washington, she said at first she was a fish out of water when it came to video.
“Attempt video and remember you must start somewhere so anything is better than nothing. I used to use a Velcro green screen behind my painting in my office and would have my assistant shoot me on a flip camera. I honestly had no clue what I was doing yet I wouldn't learn unless I tried. Have fun with it!
• “Most people have a computer or a cell phone that can take video, use that and make it short, simple and to the point. People don't want to hear you ramble plus it will save you so much time.”
• “What people do love is helpful tips and information so give that to them and make it your own. What I mean by, make it your own, is add your own personality into it.”
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“At minimum get yourself online, especially in a few of the top social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linked In,” she said. “I'd even say consider a YouTube channel to place your videos. If you're not ready for that step you can always post videos straight to Facebook and Instagram than share on your other sites.”