Your videos don’t need to be overly produced, highly scripted or contain over the top graphics…nope!

They just need to do one thing…educate the viewer.

And the simplest way to do that is by using the “One question, one video” approach.

Yep, one question…one video!

All those questions that your customers ask you can be turned into videos. Lots of them!

And before you know you have hundreds of videos working 24/7 educating your viewers.

When people search their questions and your video pops up on the search and answers their query, guess who they are going to go for advice or an appointment? You!

So watch my video below…

Did you watch it?

Your videos don’t need to be long.

They can be anywhere from 30 seconds to 5 minutes.

That’s all it takes to educate someone!

In my case I shared a 45 second YouTube tip that will help you make your videos more on point, more engaging and easier to make.

Oh and if missed it because you were trying to multi-task here’s the tip…

One question, one answer videos!

How it works…
1) Pose a question
2) Introduce yourself
3) Answer the question
4) Give people a way to contact you.

Easy-peasy.

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