They say Facebook pages are dead
but there is one exception
…….RECIPE VIDEOS!! 🙂
Short and snappy recipe videos are unbelievably good for building an audience on social media – my page High Protein Cook has achieved over 51,000 Facebook likes in just 6 months:
My most popular video reached over half a million people organically (you can see which one it was below*..)
Now, you might be thinking….ok, this is all very well….but can these likes and video views actually make me any money??
The answer is YES
(if your targeting is right, that is..)
My videos have generated over £100,000 of sales in the past 2 years.
Making videos and editing them is NOT difficult – if I can do it, anyone can!
You DON’T need lots of expensive equipment – camera phones are so good these days, there is really no need to use a DSLR if you don’t have one.
All you really need, apart from the camera phone, is a tripod (there is nothing worse than a shaky video..), a computer with video editing software and some cheap lights which you can get on eBay.
Do you want to learn how to make viral recipe videos and build a HUGE engaged Facebook audience without spending loads on ads?
I will teach you!
The course will last a month, starting during the week of 24th October. There will be four sessions (one per week) which will take place LIVE in a private Facebook group (the day and time will be agreed within the group). This will give you the chance to ask any questions and have them answered right away.
As this is the first time I’ve run this course, it will be completely tailored to the participants. Just tell me what you want to learn and we’ll cover it. We will of course cover the basics, from filming to video editing and uploading to Facebook.
The course will cost £100, which is a steal, as by the end of it, you will be able to make recipe videos to the same standard as me. And build up a HUGE Facebook page.
Interested? Sign up here.
Questions? Email me – louise @ highproteincook.com (remove the spaces).
*My most popular video ever was cheddar-stuffed burgers – it’s always the simple ones which do best 🙂