YouTube and Beyond (Part 5 – Web Video Production Workflow)

I'm multi-tasking like crazy to get out the door on the way to the BlogWorld Expo in a few minutes.  But, before I head out the door, I wanted to make sure and get this last segment in the YouTube and Beyond presentation series to you.

In this video is an all too quick explanation of the development workflow I follow for web video production.  (I found myself bumping up against the clock during this presentation.)  The diagram was inspired by Gideon Shalwick's post on the topic of rapid video blogging; also a topic which I give more detailed treatment in a guest post I published on video blogging a couple of weeks ago on Kirsten's WrightCreativity blog.

On first pass you'll see there's seemingly a lot of work.  But, wait around for the second pass.  You'll see it's actually not as bad as it all may initially seem.

I'll have more to say about all of this when I get back.  But, in the meantime, the entire YouTube and Beyond presentation series, along with the YouTube and Beyond presentation stack will work together nicely as a "101" reference of sorts for you, especially if you're one of my friends who are still trying to wrap your head around this whole video / YouTube / web video / social media marketing effort.

As I've said before, you'll be surprised:  you actually know more about this stuff than even you may believe.  :)


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Mel is the online training architect and screencasting wizard at Kareo, one of Forbes' 2013 list of 100 Most Promising Companies in America. He's also the creator of Digital-Know-How, a training website devoted to developing learners' skills for screencasting and web video course development. Mel is also the chief blogger of ScreencastingWizard.com; Mel's personal blog. The comments and opinions you read here are Mel's and not associated with any other company.
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