Online Video Marketing Lessons While Jogging

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I’ve learned 2 powerful online video marketing lessons while jogging outdoors for the first time today. Find out what they are and how you can apply them to your video marketing efforts in this short 3 minute video.

Online Video Marketing Lesson 1: Be Prepared

Always prepare for your videos by making sure you have all the proper video marketing equipment ready. The important things you need include the lights, camera, microphones, and of course the script (or at least a point form outline of what you are going to be talking about)

Online Video Marketing Lesson 2: Pace Yourself

Find the pace that best suits you. For example, if you are just getting started with online video, don’t force yourself to shoot and record several videos all at once. Do one thing at a time (record, take a break, edit, take another break, publish, take a break, market your videos, celebrate!). Start small and simple and work your way up to shooting multiple videos in one day. Take your time and find the pace that best suits you and stick to it. Consistency is the key to ensure that you enjoy the journey of online video marketing. It really IS FUN!

 

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Hani Mourra

Hani Mourra is an online video marketing coach who is passionate about helping people marketing their business online using online video.

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Hani Mourra
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The snow is here..getting the itch to jog again.

Hani Mourra
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Winter is back! Time to start jogging again 🙂

Hani Mourra
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What Do Jogging and Online Video Marketing Have In Common? Watch This
Video To Find Out…

Don Schallert
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This is a response to Hani’s video about exercise the lessons he applies to video production and marketing. He requested that I place it on this blog, and I hope it is of value to anyone reading it!

Hi Hani,

That is certainly good advice, on the video. I have worked out all my life since the age of 14 (I’m 62 now), and if you are starting an exercise routine, I will give you a few tidbits:

Foremost:

Exercise every day. Do something every day. Don’t do an every-other-day thing. Plan exercise into your day, every day. If you skip a day, don’t kick yourself for it; just exercise tomorrow. Trust me; it has taken me many years to learn what I just shared with you. Exercise every day.

The best quote I have ever seen about exercise:

“Energy is the power that drives every human being. It is not lost by exertion, but maintained by it.”

— Germaine Greer

Germaine Greer was a famous feminist back in the 60’s. I think one of her books was The Female Eunuch.

One of the most interesting and mind-blowing facts about the human body:

Q: How many miles of blood vessels are there in the body?

A: In a pre-adolescent, there are 60,000 miles of blood vessels. In an adult, there are 100,000 miles of blood vessels. In an adult who is in really good shape, there are 110,000 miles of vessels.

For reference, it is about 25,000 miles around the equator of the earth.

Congratulations on being in the top 2 to 3 percent of the population who exercises on a regular basis!

Later
Don Schallert

Hani Mourra
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Solid advice Don! Thank you so much for sharing this. Developing habits is definitely critical to success … in business and in health too.

Tony Echavarry
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Great message Hani. Always learn something from you. To anyone reading this, highly recommend getting to know Hani better. He’s one of the good guys !

Hani Mourra
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Tony my man! Thank you for those kind words. They really drive me to keep creating valuable videos for you guys.

Cheers,
Hani

Art
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Hi Hani:
Great picture quality on your vid. I’m a Realtor and want to video tour my homes. Picture and sound quality are important. What camera would you recommend or is basically any camcorder going to do the job?
Thanks
Art

Hani Mourra
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Thanks Art! I shot this video with my iphone 5 using the headset that came with it. This phone just ROCKS for creating videos and as a bonus it is always in your pocket ready to shoot the next great video. In my case, because I was outdoors and the lighting was decent, the video quality was amazing.

If you are shooting virtual tour videos indoors, then you need a camera that does well in low light. It is hard for me to recommend a specific model. A Canon or Nikon, DSLR will shoot the sharpest video, but are very expensive and probably overkill for your project. Best to read reviews online for cameras in your budget that perform will in low light.

I hope this helps a bit.

Cheers,
Hani

pat
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Hey Hani,

Thanks for your straight forward direction and advice as always. One question, what was the tool you were using to hold your video camera?

Thanks, Pat

Hani Mourra
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Hey Pat!

You are very welcome. I happy to hear that my video guidance is straightforward. I’m all about keeping it simple (and fun) 🙂

I used a cool $30 tools from xshot.com. It lets you mount you camera on an pole that extends out. Very slick!

If you are using a smartphone as a camera, you will need to find a case that provides a started camera tripod mount to allow you to mount it on the xshot.

Cheers,
Hani

steve
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What camera and microphone did you use during this video, nice and clear.

Steve

Hani Mourra
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Thanks Steve! I kept it simple and shot my video on the fly with my iphone5 front facing camera. I just used the headset that came with my phone as a mic 🙂

Ben
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Hi Hani. Thanks for the video.Hopefully I’ll get going myself with video’s one of these day’s. Ben

Hani Mourra
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Hey Ben.

Why not the first step today 🙂

Start by making a list of the top 10 frequency asked questions or frustrations in your niche and research answers for them. Pick the one that resonates with you and make a short 1 minute video about it.

I love this Zig Ziglar quote … “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great”

Let me know if I can help in any way.

Cheers,
Hani

smartileSteve
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Hey Hani… I love this line.. “Do one thing at a time (record, take a break, edit, take another break, publish, take a break, market your videos, celebrate”… especially the celebrate part! It’s key to reinforce future successes.. 🙂

Hani Mourra
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Thanks Steve! It applies to all facets of life. Working at your own pace is critical, no matter how excited you are about what you are doing. If you move to fast, you will burn out and stop enjoying what you are doing.

After I adjusted my pace on my jog, I started enjoying it A LOT more. Now I am really excited about next week’s run!

Cheers,
Hani

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