I finally have recorded and uploaded my first legal marketing video into Youtube! It has been a long time in the making, but I finally took all the equipment I purchased and shot, edited, and uploaded my first video. I have several other videos already shot and am currently finalizing the editing process. My goal with my videos is to create an online library of short 2-3 minute videos on various aspects of bankruptcy and debt collection law suits that will hopefully help potential clients out and encourage them to call me for help with their legal needs.
In this episode of the podcast I go over a few of the tips/insights I have after finally getting everything together and shooting that first video.
Resources Mentioned in this Episode
Jenny Hamson designed the iTunes artwork for the JDBlogger Podcast as well as my Consumer Warrior Podcast (see below). I asked her to create some graphics for use in my videos, which helps in streamlining the video editing process and frankly just speeds things up. She does a great job, is very talented, and reasonably priced.
Gerry Oginski was a guest on the JDBlogger Podcast in Episode #4. Gerry is an attorney and founder of The Lawyers’ Video Studio that helps attorneys create videos for marketing their law practice. Gerry also has an online Do-it-Yourself course that I used to help me get my first video launched – I highly recommend it.
Video Equipment (Camera/Microphone/Lighting)
Back in Episode #31 I discussed in more detail the equipment I purchased for my videos. Click here to go back and check out that episode
Here it is, my first (real) attempt and producing my own video content. Let me know what you think.
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