Don’t let vanity stop you from posting video. Period.

This is what I tell my clients. Don’t let vanity stop you from posting video. Do something. Don’t wait for perfect. It doesn’t exist.


But the lighting is bad. But my hair looks terrible. But I don’t know what to say. No buts.

Do you know how many videos I’ve posted that look super lame? Ones that I wanted to delete?

Case In Point

A couple weeks ago, after a coaching call with a client, I followed my own advice and created a video on Photobooth and posted to LinkedIn.

To date, it’s had 39 likes, 27 comments, and 1,372 views. That’s a whole lot more people than ever listen to any of my WordCamp talks. (Note: max time for LinkedIn video is 10 minutes.)

What about my target audience you ask?

Of those views, 76 were software developers (my audience), 72 founder (my audience), 61 CEOs (my audience), and 47 business owners (my audience). That’s 256 people who are my target audience watching a video (18%).

LinkedIn Video Stats
LinkedIn Video Stats

So? What are you waiting for?

If you have a smart phone, you can create video. Many mobile apps allow you to record and upload natively. That’s even better.

Start with the questions your customers always ask. Aim for 2 minutes or less. Record. Publish.

You’re welcome.

With – You Broadcast Live to Your Own Website

With, your live broadcast is a post on your website. Be spontaneous. You can always edit later.

The free WordPress plugin is available in the Plugin Directory.

They are one of my newest clients and I’m excited to be able to post video wherever the idea comes to me, not when I have my laptop out.

You have email subscribers. Now what?

Congrats. You have email subscribers. Now what do you do? Do you have a nurture or drip campaign setup? You need Amy.

You can have all the leads come to your MailChimp but if you don’t do anything with those emails, what’s the point?

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Get Professional MailChimp Help

Why be frustrated? Amy Hall is a certified MailChimp Expert and Partner. She’s also a WordCamp Speaker and one of my best friends.

Do you need to know more?

How about that she builds WordPress websites?

How about that she teaches WordPress?

She doesn’t toot her own horn — at all.

So I am.

Go to her website. Talk to her.*

You won’t be sorry.

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