How to showcase static content to promote your course or eBook

Do you have a piece of content in a course or an eBook that is packed full of value, but screenshots won’t cut or they share too much?

In this episode of Ask Linda, I step you through pairing screencast (using Screencastify) and video to create an engaging promotion.

Using WeVideo, I’ll go through all the little cuts until it’s ready, including captioning your video files with Rev.com

Next, is creating a cover image in Canva, and finally uploading it to Youtube or similar!

 

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