4. Shoot your video
When I give you the go-ahead via email, then take our discussion and turn it into a video. Be sure to follow this format:
- Your name.
- Your channel’s URL and value proposition. Do this briefly in one or two sentences.
- Present your content.
- Ask a question for viewers to answer. Make sure it’s a question that, when people answer it in the comments, their answers add more value to the video. Avoid yes/no questions and generic questions like, “What do you think?”
- Tell non-subscribed viewers why should viewers subscribe to Video Creators.
Please, do not include any material in the video that is not yours, either in way of the content you present or in supporting material, like video footage, images, and music. If any of these things are necessary for your video, please ensure that they are clearly used as Fair Use or, better yet, licensed under Creative Commons. When you send your video to me, please include a link in the body of the message to the copyright holder’s statement saying that says the material you used is licensed under a Commercial Creative Commons license.