PCOA Webinar Series: The Smartphone Video (R)evolution – How to make powerful business videos with your smartphone
August 13 @ 1:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Date: Thursday 13 August 2020
Time: 1:30 pm to 2:00 pm AEST
You can’t win the new game playing by the old rules.
Julian Mather shows you a new approach to using video throughout your business. You’ll use your pocket sized TV Station to market yourself cleverly, build trust with clients, get more leads and stop your business turning invisible in the digital age. You’ll discover video confidence you never knew you had. There’s never been a more perfect time to gently introduce personalised video into your workflow.
Did you know …
*the lens on your smartphone is better than the Hubble Space telescope
*more people on the planet own a smartphone than own a toothbrush
In this session you’ll discover…
- What clients want from video and how their behaviour is changing
- New phone and desktop apps that let you send a simple video message faster than an email
- What to & not to buy; don’t waste money on equipment you’ll never use
- How to go from video disaster to video master with techniques you can implement immediately
- BONUS** you’ll also be able to make awesome kids and family videos!
*perfect for both iOS and Android smartphone users.
About the Presenter
Julian Mather has seen the world through many lenses. Through a telescopic sight as an army sniper. Through the TV lens as a globe-trotting videographer for ABCTV, National Geographic and BBC. Through smoke and mirrors as a professional magician.
He’s traveled far but his longest journeys have been from behind the camera to in front of it. From stutterer to professional speaker. From to polite dip eater to insatiable hummus addict.
As a ‘reformed’ world-class videographer – whose only camera now is a smartphone – he enthusiastically helps you master the missing business skill of video by showing you how to make powerful business videos with your smartphone
His simple message: you win more business with a smartphone and a smile in the 2020’s.