If you have ever said, "I need to start doing video for my business," you're not alone.
According to a study published by Cisco, 80% of online consumer traffic will come from video by 2019. According to comScore, 64% of web visitors are more likely to buy a product online after watching a video.
The popularity of using video marketing isn't going to wane.
Bottom line: If you want potential customers to sit up and take notice of you and your business, take a closer look at video.
If you're on board with getting on camera, but you're not sure where to start, you're in the right place.
Cheryl Tan taps into 20 years of TV news experience to show you how to tell your story on camera, what equipment you'll need to get started and how to create videos that connect with the clients you want.
Watch this course, taken from a live presentation, and learn how to look and sound great on video.
Stories bring people together, and over a 20-year career in TV news, Cheryl Tan told thousands of stories while working as a broadcast journalist up and down the East Coast.
Now, Cheryl shares those interviewing and storytelling skills with business owners who want to tell the stories of their companies through video or through the media.
As a journalist turned entrepreneur, Cheryl taps into the skills she developed while on the air and uses them to help entrepreneurs be seen as experts in their field. She helps them connect with clients, customers, and the media through video and public relations.Cheryl currently hosts a weekly TV show that highlights the journey of entrepreneurs. She is also the host of the "STANDOUT with Cheryl Tan" podcast. Replays of both shows are available at her online home: CherylTanMedia.com.