Listen to my interview with Susan Bratton, CEO and co-founder of Personal Life Media and Host of the DishyMix Podcast, about her recommendations for what online video marketers can learn with doing “masterful interviews” using their own webcam. 7 Benefits Of Doing Webcam Interviews I’ve been doing recorded webcam interviews for ReelSEO for several years now, and I’ve found them to have a lot of benefits for any business or professionally minded use, including the following: Quick content – they’re the cheapest and quickest videos to make Showcase your expertise – whether you’re the interviewer or interviewee, it’s an excellent opportunity to give people helpful information in context with your market or industry. It’s flexible – writing out an interview can be too long for people to want to reach through, but a recorded video and/or audio interview can be listened to while people are multitasking
This week’s episode of The Reel Web is posted! I covered some of last week’s news and highlights from the online video world, as well as a tip for those of you who create online videos to know how to best use the first 15 seconds of your video.
When riots broke out in Vancouver after—of all things—a loss in a hockey game, the online video world exploded with eyewitness video shot on camcorders and mobile devices. And the same thing happened with the riots this week in the UK. In both cases, those eyewitness videos, many of which have gone viral, have helped to identify individual rioters so they could be charged for their crimes.
I interviewed video production expert Izzy Hyman for his recommendation on a basic shotgun mic to your webcam video recordings, making them sound much better without getting in the way of your video shoot. The Challenge With Webcams for Doing Business-Quality Video… If you’re someone who likes to self-publish video to the Web quickly, webcams have made it possible for simple and fast video recording that everyone can do, and that looks pretty decent. But the big problem with webcam video is… …Poor Audio… The audio on webcams typically blows because the microphone inside them is very poor! Too often they pick up way too much room noise and can’t hone in on your voice, and you often can really adjust their volumes properly, even with computer software