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Discussion in 'Scripts, Script Writing, Video Ideas & Planning' started by Christopher Powell, Feb 13, 2014.
I love this post.
What do you mean 'small detail'? If it is small it shouldn't matter right and/or are you repeatedly forgetting the same thing?
thanks bro bro
Nice little bout of inspiration there.
Great post, favourite this too in my bookmarks! Thanks for the knowledge!
I could not agree more...
thank you Chris for the inspiration...
Thanks a lot! I also think that most people could improve by using script but what usually bothers me even more is how quiet and bored some people sound oO
This was a very well written post. I notice that I am so much more confident when planning out a video and script. I can honestly say that my goal for creating videos isn't to be internet famous though! I just want to help share what I know so that it could possibly improve the lives of others. If I could make a decent living by doing so, that's a huge bonus for me. I am INFP so, typical of my personality to base my reasons on personal ethics rather than fame
For anyone interested in having more structure to your content, there is an amazing guide I found for free (can't post a link here for some reason). Just Google search "Quicksprout Advanced Content Marketing Guide" and it will be the first result. Not affiliated or advertising, that's just some awesome free info! It helped me make a spreadsheet for my content and a place to document ideas. Now I just have to be consistent...
I really like this and I think anyone who decides to post and make content through the media should read this! The fact that it was longer than most posts doesn't matter at all as it was informative and detailed!
Thanks for the advice! I also just wanted to add, that the only danger is overplanning, which may come from a need for perfection, which is never really possible, thus leading to not posting it all. As long as that is avoided, I absolutely agree!
If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.