28-Day Instagram Story Challenge: Get Over Your Fear of Getting On Camera
28-DAY Instagram Story Challenge: Get Over Your Fear of Getting On Camera
Hey #VideoBlazers, The day is finally here! All the buzz in the group about the 28-Day Challenge finally comes into full perspective. I GET IT! It can be super scary to post a photo of your face, or jump on Instagram Stories (video) and have a chat. But you’re going to be left behind if you don’t start showing WHO is the mastermind behind your biz. For the next 28 DAYS I want YOU to use Instagram Stories to engage with your audience.
"Big things start small."
Let this quote serve as a reminder for you as you go through this challenge to not only help you stay committed, but to also remind you that nothing happens overnight and those that you see succeeding using video-marketing started small. The point is that they STARTED! I also want you to think about what would happen if you simply made video-marketing a MUST and not a should for your business. What would happened if you made this a daily habit? Would it change your business? Would it change your life? Now we get to find out, and I'm here to show you how, to help you get started, and to encourage you along the way. What's Needed: - Your Smartphone (iPhone or Android) _ Instagram App (Download from App Store) - Access to the LEARNWITHAC Facebook group to stay updated on each challenge of the day. - Motivation to complete each week *If you don't know how to use Instagram Stories, watch the video below. I've also outlined what to do in written form for those that may want to read what I'm saying.
WATCH THIS VIDEO
How To Post on Instagram Stories: *To begin, you'll need an Instagram Account. If you do not have one, sign-up, create a profile, add a profile picture and bio. Follow the steps below for posting. 1. To share a video to your story using the Instagram app:
Tap the camera icon in the top left of your screen (from your feed) or swipe right from anywhere in Feed.
2. Tap the WHITE CIRCLE at the bottom of the screen to take a photo, or tap and hold the WHILE CIRCLE to record a video. When recording a video, the circle will start to show a pink-purple line. This indicates that you are recording a video, but it also let's you know how much time you have left before the recording ends.