Best approach to start creating video course?

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Hello dear Warriors,

As someone knows or not, I am a full-time crypto trader, investor, huge fan of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.
I am in many projects, many crypto related business and my head is spinning from ideas.

So, right now I am planning to put my all experience, info, tips, tricks, methods about crypto trading into video course, but I am not yet sure how to start this product creation project.

I know that there are many warriors, who already have several products released, have huge experience in creating products, ebooks, video courses and so on, so I am asking such guys for advices.

Basically I want to create video course explaining how to begin trading from A to Z.
How should I start, what first step should be?

I will definitely hire someone, because I want that video voice and english quality would be the best.

Maybe to create some mindmap first?

Any advice appreciated!
#approach #creating #start #video
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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    I would start off with a disclaimer and go from there.

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    • Profile picture of the author naviown
      Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

      I would start off with a disclaimer and go from there.

      You mean disclaimer with explaining all risks, that we are not giving financial advices and what info is for educational purposes and so on?

      if yes, I aware of it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    Kurt Melvin is a pro at all things video. He runs the paid subforum here that is all about video. Even though I'm not a member of that, if I had questions regarding video I think I would first seek out Kurt's training and products.

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    • Profile picture of the author naviown
      Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

      Kurt Melvin is a pro at all things video. He runs the paid subforum here that is all about video. Even though I'm not a member of that, if I had questions regarding video I think I would first seek out Kurt's training and products.

      Mark
      oh thanks, I will definitely check it out !
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  • Profile picture of the author Anthony J Namata
    Interesting business concept there, and I'm sure a lot of people will want to know how you do it. My knowledge of cryptocurrency is very limited, never you mind the trading of it. That said, I'm sure someone has already written about it or is offering a course of some sort. What I would probably do if I were you, is to tell my story on video by perhaps creating reality-type content that chronicles your daily activity on your computer screen as you work the business. As a complete novice here, I'd rather buy such a product than listen to someone telling me what to do to become successful. Just my two cents worth.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
    1. Determine your audience. Do they want videos on the subject? What are they willing to pay? Are you looking for a profit or to just share information?

    2. Survey the audience first. What is it they most want to know about your topic?

    3. Create an outline based on feedback. Decide in short or long videos.

    4. Gather your crew/method of production. Are you shooting this and just looking for narrator, or do you need someone else to create the videos and all?

    5. Get the videos created, edited.

    6. Load content (or have someone else) to platform that best suits your needs for sharing.

    7. Go back and check the final product yourself, and have a few others check too.

    Of course there are a gazillion in between steps, but some are reliant of what you envision your final product looking like.

    Some times it's helpful to study other video courses and note what you do and don't like about them.
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  • Profile picture of the author Oziboomer
    A good way to start is to write down 6 to10 general questions someone might ask about your subject.

    Then get a friend or relative to ask you those questions, like a reporter would, whilst you record them and your answers.

    It doesn't matter whether you video the answers to those questions or not but you can save time by filming your responses. You can just record the audio if you like.

    Take your recording and get it transcribed (REV is a good option).

    Use your transcription as the start to a script and edit and add material to your initial answers to the questions.

    You can then set up and film based on your edited basic outline and you can either create a slide show based on your initial script or film talking to camera. (It depends on what you are comfortable with)

    These basic 6 to 10 questions and answers become the core to the modules you build out for your course.

    Repeat the process by creating 6 - 10 questions for each of the initial "Big" questions and build out your course answering the key questions for each sub section.

    You can build out a mind map based on this structure and edit as you go along if you like or you can build out the process in a management system like Trello. You can film the build out or refer and film the structure later.

    Planning most of your structure first in segments and drawing out storyboards is another option to consider.

    Often the easiest way is to imagine you are teaching one on one and film yourself teaching one person.

    You don't have to use the content from this recording as your final content but it gives you a point to start from and will help you find the material you will need to build out your course in a conversational manner which will help as you progress.

    Best regards,

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