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Creating a Quality Video Course

Mark CamachoGuest Expert:

Mark Camacho
(About Mark)

How to order the recording:

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The Program:

You have great content in your presentation, books, and articles. Clients want to spread your information to more of their employees, but you don’t want to spend your life on the road. You’d love to capture your ideas onto video-based e-learning to serve your clients’ needs as well as earn ongoing revenue.

But you don’t know how to do this. Should you set up and record in a home-studio? Go to a local videographer’s studio? Hire a company to put together the script, record in their studio, edit, add quizzes and a learning management system (LMS)? Or cobble together some combination of the three?

Then once you have the finished product, what are ways to get buyers? Should you host on your own site or partner with e-learning providers? Can you do both?

Mark covers all of these questions and more.

You will learn:

  • the pros and cons of the various ways to produce a script, then get it recorded and edited
  • how much time you should allow for prep, recording and editing
  • how much money to budget, depending on the length of your finished product
  • tips on how to make your recording take less time and go smoothly
  • a few ideas on how to distribute your e-learning course

More about our guest expert:

Mark Camacho is the founder and director of 81 Media International, a leading industry choice for creating compelling speaker promos and on-line video learning content.

Mark has personally worked with hundreds of professional speakers and trainers across the U.S. since the early ’90s. His clients have ranged from past NSA presidents, CSPs, and CPAEs, to celebrity speakers and bestselling authors.

Mark’s team is also the Colorado production company of choice for the national cable network CSPAN TV. Mark has personally taped U.S. Supreme Court justices, 2 U.S. presidents, senators, and secretaries of state.

Information on Mark’s video packages for speakers.

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