Video School 101 is closed for now
If you’d like to be notified when the next class starts in late September or early October, please register below (by paying your tuition to secure your spot) and we’ll get you on the list for the next class.
You know video is a great way to connect with people. It makes your message clear in a way no other medium can and people of all ages understand it.
You just don’t know where to start.
I have a solution.
I had so much fun teaching the Introduction to Video Class that I thought that I’d offer a 6-week long, weekly class (with lifetime membership to a community and a free 1/2 hour of coaching, which is a $25 value at my friends and family rate, thrown in).
We’re going to cover each of these topics in depth:
The stages of production
Getting the most out of what you have
Video for YouTube
Lighting for video
DSLRs vs. Camcorders for video
Video with a white background
And more if we have time
Plus your questions on information I haven’t listed.
I’ll include my never before released “Twitter follower and email list building secrets.” Chances are if you are reading this page, it’s because of these secrets. Once you have videos, you need people to watch them, right? This is how I do it.
I’ll tell you my secret to persuading heads of organizations to give video a try and loosen tight purse strings that are keeping you from getting the gear you need to do video in your organization. If you’d like to use video, but haven’t been able to convince the “powers that be” to give it a try, these tips will help you do so.
How much is all this? It’s going to cost me thousands of dollars in time to put this all together, but I’m charging you just
$67 $57 (until registration officially opens again).
Just click below to order now and secure one of the 30 available spots (at the super early-bird price):
Here are some of the things people are saying about my work:
Paul (TrinityDigitalMedia.com) was a pleasure to work with. His excellent communication skills allowed us to work together quickly via email as he redesigned Bethesda Temple Church of Alton’s website. I could tell he was concerned about us, as the customer, getting the finished product we wanted. It is clear he sees his business as an extension of ministry. I really appreciate his patience, work ethic, and excellent spirit! He was a pleasure to work with and I would work with him on additional websites in the future.
Many smaller churches fail to take advantage of technology – such as podcasting – simply because they lack the knowledge of what is available or how they could and should be applying it. Podcasting church provides any church who desires to further their outreach or expand their ministry to current members all the information they need to take advantage of the many benefits of both audio video podcasting.
Some of the information may seem a little technical if you are unfamiliar with audio and video terms, but the vast majority of the book is written in a very easy to understand style. The book inspired me to begin podcasting and gave me the info I needed to start podcasting right away.
Also the author is very helpful if you have any questions. Overall, if you’re looking for a quick read to introduce your church to the world of podcasting, Podcasting church is a great resource.
review of Podcasting Church (Kindle Edition)
+Paul Alan Clifford …You could really charge for the information you give on this forum, but you give free, detailed options and solid advice. May God continue to bless all your efforts!
Casey Jarombek on Twitter
just wanted to say that I watched your show yesterday…was very good…i learned something
Lisa Buckenmeyer on Twitter[Paul,] You always delight me with your posts and podcasts!
Reading, Tweeting Church: Good News in only 140 characters by Paul Clifford @PodcastinChurch Very complete guide!
We’ll have one Q & A session a week that I’ll teach live. I’ll also send out other materials to help you along.
I can’t wait to meet you, so click below and sign up for only $57 (until registration opens; after that the price goes up to $67).