A look at how to easily create and publish Amazon product videos on product landing pages. It’s a great way to share your insights.
Setting up two or three monitors is easier said than done when you don’t want them to just duplicate each other. In this article I share the easiest way to do it.
This article discusses video backdrop ideas to look the best you can on your video livestreams and podcasts.
Christoph Trappe reviews the different tripods and mounts that you can use to livestream and record your podcasts. He’s used all the ones himself that are mentioned here,
LinkedIn Live is another way content marketers can share their message. This article shares the pros and cons of LinkedIn Live.
One way to promote your podcast is to turn clips from the podcast into video-type clips – aka audiograms. This article discusses how to use them and what tools to use.
This article discusses the importance of being comfortable at work and what products can help you make your work environment better.
A look at how to watch and produce virtual reality videos and a few examples of videos worth watching at home.
Global podcaster and livestreamer Christoph Trappe looks at the best podcast microphone options for you in this article. These are mics he’s tried and tested.
This article discusses how you can easily book meetings with people without the hassle of emailing 5,252 times. Specifically I’m diving into Calendly and the Calendly plugin for Chrome.
A look at how to easily resize horizontal video so you can use it on Instagram Reels and Stories. This can be done on mobile devices even.
You can use your Apple Watch as a camera remote for your iPhone. This article shows you how.
Canva.com has really helped me create more and more images. Even though I’m not a designer. I just learned how to easily remove background from images and wanted to share this with you.
A look at how to add up to eight accounts to the Buffer social media automation app from mobile devices to streamline your content distribution.
Marketing executive Jeanniey Walden and podcast host Christoph Trappe discuss the topic on this episode of the Business Storytelling Podcast. Jeanniey shares how she predicts that face masks will be with us for 6-12 months and that brands should think about creating branded ones for their target audiences. Children going back to school will likely ask their parents for specific ones and professionals will match the day’s face mask to their outfit.
A look at how to push number buttons on the Apple Watch keypad while on a phone call.