Tea talk or Off the Cuff thoughts “Don’t take it personally but Do take it personally if your postings have low engagement”
Tea talk or off the cuff thoughts "don't take it personally/do take it personally if your postings have low engagement"
Posted by Robert Lee on Saturday, March 11, 2017
Low Engagement. Ouch. Colleagues and friends bemoaned the social media content they post aren’t gardening the attention they want or deserve (i.e. low engagement). The video will go into detail as to why to take it personally and not take it personally with this challenging problem. The key to great engagement is to interact with your viewers, clients, followers, so a topic like this was a good place to start in heeding my own advice and pass on my thoughts in a Facebook Live video.
So what are your thoughts? Do you take it personally of folks not looking at your video/content and accept as a challenge to do better. Do you not take it personally and move on to a different project? Leave a message and share, would love to hear your thoughts.
P.S. A Facebook Live Editing Tip (Big thanks to #EmilyKoehler for the tip!)
To fix your video so it does not appear backward, (as I had forgotten to do) follow this tip to correct the problem. Before you start filming on live stream, there is a little magic wand in the upper right corner. Click on it. At the bottom, a toolbar will appear. Click on the last icon – the tools. Select to HORIZONTAL FLIP. Boom, you’re done! Now your video won’t look backwards. 🙂
P.P.S Facebook live video link is a little unstable so I’ve also posted the video in YouTube. It’s overkill but then again got a make sure you’re able to see something. 🙂about us, Boston Video Production, client testimonial videos, Commercial Video, corporate online video, green screen, greenscreen, holiday humor, humorous videos, interviews, introduction, low engagement, online video, Promotional Video, promotional videos, Sha La La La Productions, Tea talk, video production Boston, video productions, web video, website video