In 2020, video proved to be a resilient and affordable solution for businesses looking for an alternative to in-person service delivery.
Long-form video provides entrepreneurs an opportunity to continue sharing their services to their audience in an accessible, valuable way.
In this free webinar, we will touch on:
- The elements of an online course
- DIY production tips
- Platforms for sharing long-form video
- And much more!
Video gives educators the abilty to film class modules for their students, gym owners can film full workout classes, bartenders can create training courses, and many more entrepreneurs have ways to connect with their customers virtually through video-based services during the pandemic.
Video also gave everyday people a way they could earn some additional income, by showcasing their skills and producing online courses and masterclasses.
Register for this free event today – and discover how long-form video can help you earn more income, and gain visibility online.
About the Speaker:
Jelani Lewis is a Digital Marketing Advisor through Digital Main Street. He’s also Project Manager and Senior Editor at Studio 79e.
Jelani was able to assist multiple business owners in creating long-form videos that they were able to provide their customers during the start of the pandemic. His history in facilitation includes leading workshops at the Apple store on software and hardware related topics and training new video editors at Studio 79e.
About Digital Main Street
Whether you’re just getting started, or you’re looking for ways to improve your digital strategy, Digital Main Street can help. Government-funded programs and services, professional advice and digital transformation teams are available to help you adopt digital solutions – for free.
Apply to Future Proof your business today, and access a dedicated digital transformation team that can help make technology part of your business – quickly, easily and absolutely free.
This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario.