Advocate Series | content making v1

Philip 'dm' Campbell, Decentralised Your Life

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9 Lessons (22m)
    • 1. 1.0 - course overview

    • 2. 1.1 - digital skills introduction

    • 3. 1.2 - podcasting ideas on the go

    • 4. 1.3 - tips to finesse your video sharing

    • 5. 1.4 - making engaging end credits with outromaker

    • 6. 1.5 - make facebook video overlay captions

    • 7. 1.6 - please engage in the project.

    • 8. 1.7 - the roundup

    • 9. 1.8 - please share and retweet (...)


About This Class


i wanted to start (yet another) series about the 'making/doing/gettingstarted' of content making.

after listening to a lot of people at networking mixers and gathers saying they want to take up blogging and not realising what was involved or hearing people saying 'my mind goes blank' or 'i don't have the time' or 'i don't know what to talk about' made me question the WHY people don't get started. i've come to many conclusions but some of the main ones are the following. .

  • worried that digital level is too low and therefore will lead to frustration
  • wants to be amazing and viral straight away
  • first bit of content has to bring lots of subscribers
  • scared of being judged on anything they put out
  • don't have the equipment they THINK they need to put something out
  • worried about who sees it and where it goes

i've found it super interesting that it always revolves around some of this thinking and i've often noticed that it's the people that are not very social in the first place. they have the business processes, the contracts and the work, money, income streams but they have little applied social strategy and creativity when it comes to expanding that business online. it's super odd for a creative like me.

so, i've decided to make some content making courses, describing the process, what tools, what software, motivating you to 'have a play' - hell, send the content to your friend, family member or brother/sister if you don't want to put it LIVE on the internet. you used to play when you were a kid right? what part of ADULTING made you stop playing?

so yeah, that's the motive behind this course. to get you creating and open you up to realise that within twenty minutes you can have the bones of how to get started and to motivate you to at least have a go and maybe find a new skill or hobby in the process! :)