The truth is, video marketing (as in having professional videos done) can be very costly and from an economical stand point, it doesn’t make much sense. Videos can cost anywhere from 300-2000 depending on quality, and that is a large amount to invest in all your listings. However, on that million dollar listing, it may be something to consider. However, you should keep in mind that today’s post is all about making some great videos the DIY free way (meaning free!).
Once again, just as in the previous post on Photo apps, there are many video apps, but I am only going to touch upon my two favourite DIY apps – Instagram and Hyperlapse (both the same company, but different purposes).
There are hundreds of apps that you could potentially use for sharing photos on social media, but I personally haven’t used all of them (I’ve used lots though). I am, however, going to share some of my favorites.
Firstly, I want to start off by saying that I highly recommend you take advantage of your smartphone with these apps, because it will give you more authenticity, it will allow people to connect with you on a more personal level, and people are generally more interested in posts that involve pictures or video (especially ones that look good).
Christmas is quickly approaching, and most us we are looking forward to enjoying some relaxing holiday time. For some of us it may only be a day or two of vacation and for others it could be a couple weeks. Regardless of the holiday time that awaits us, it is important that we make the most of it so here are a couple suggestions for things to do during your Christmas holidays:
You should attend because it’s flat out awesome! For myself personally, it is the event I look forward to the most. I mean the other festivals such as SunFest, Home County, Foodfest, etc, are all good fun, but the atmosphere during Ribfest is quite special. Then again, I could just be biased due to my affection for ribs. Nonetheless, even if you don’t want to devour some of the best ribs around, or if you’re a vegan, and it obviously doesn’t fit your meal plan, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy the weekend in the park. You can sit back, relax, and have a beer or a glass of wine while enjoying a variety of musical performances. There is also the option of consuming non-rib foods that do a better job of matching your meal regime. Lastly, it’s just a great evening activity to do this weekend with family and friends whilst relishing downtown London.