Get to Know Great On CameraAbout US
Do you need to be on camera, but you’re not sure where to start? Are you looking for training videos? A book? Do you need coaching? Heck, maybe you just need some simple gear tips to get rolling…
Wherever you are on your video journey, we’re here to help. From free tips and tricks videos to complete video classes, we’ve got you covered.
01. free quick–tips videos
Three years ago Larry left his video studio management position where he had been for more than a decade, and he launched out on his own. Some of his early tips videos are still valid, so we share those as a part of Great On Camera.
PLUS we’re continuing to add to the collection all the time.
02. complete Video classes
In 2018, before Great On Camera was a thing, we created 3 complete video classes. Those classes are being refreshed with some new materials and updated gear lists, and when we relaunch those classes, the old versions will be taken down. But here’s the great news…
Those classes can be purchased today at a reduced price, and anybody who buys one of these classes, will get the new version of the class absolutely free when it’s released!
03. personal coaching
Of course get compliments on the video classes we’ve created, but the BIGGEST success stories, and the most outrageous fans, are personal coaching clients.
The 1-on-1 approach (in-person or via online streaming video meetings) shaves days or even weeks off your learning curve. Issues are identified right away and a customized plan of improvement is tailored so there’s no time wasted watching aspects of video training classes you don’t need.
The Numbers Don’t Lie
Your message will be remembered and will be far more effective with video.
According to Forbes:
- More than 500 million hours of videos are watched on YouTube each day
- More video content is uploaded in 30 days than the major US television networks have created in 30 years
- By 2021, a million minutes (17,000 hours) of video content will cross global IP networks every, single second
- Did you know that the average user spends 88% more time on a website with video? This fact alone should encourage you to consider adding video to your marketing.
- Viewers retain 95% of a message when they watch it in a video compared to 10% when reading it in text.
Video message retention
Written Message Retention
We’re Video Professionals
Author | Trainer | Founder
The guy behind the Great On Camera site, coaching, and classes.
Oh yeah, and he wrote the Great On Camera book too.