Vlog Like a Boss: How to Kill It Online with Video Blogging

Vlog Like a Boss is the complete guide to video blogging. Amy Schmittauer is the Vlog Boss. As a new media triple threat — YouTuber, keynote speaker and author — she coaches people to go after what they want in life and leverage online video to make it happen. Creator of the popular YouTube series Savvy Sexy Social, her channel boasts a global community and millions of views. Now, in her first book, she will show you how to Vlog Like a Boss and get the attention you deserve. A collection of strategies and tactics from years of experience in online video, Schmittauer shares time-tested, proven methods to creating brand awareness with vlogging that will build a loyal community for years to come. This complete guide will show you how to: – overcome the 3 major fears that hold many people back from making videos – create your most engaging vlog every time with the Authority Video Formula – achieve your on-camera talent (and no, you don’t need to be a natural!) – leverage the “secret” to video success that creates fans for life – and much more!

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  1. Absolutely Phenomenal Read! So much more than a book on Video. Highly Recommend My wife and I bought this book for our son, who’s an aspiring YouTuber. Before giving this to him, I wanted to read it to discuss afterwards with him.This book is AMAZING, filled with tons of tips and knowledge that applies far beyond Video Blogging.The life lessons and entrepreneurial nuggets are phenomenal and something that should be taught (but aren’t) in our schools. I know he’ll not only enjoy reading this book, but will walk away with so much more, than just how…

  2. Some Useful Information Hidden Under a Mountain of Fluff Here’s the good news. There is useful and actionable information in this book. Unfortunately, you have to slog through an awful lot of fluff in order to get to the meat of the topic. Amy’s writing style is…well, let’s just say we have an age and gender gap. I thought there was a lot of wasted discussion and didn’t care for the way it was presented.Overall, this book could have been a good pamphlet when you boil it down to the useful information. Some of the information included…

  3. Probably not worth the money I had high hopes for this book, and it is exactly what three stars means: okay.What I likeIt’s an easy read.She’s open and personable.There are some great tips and practical advice.What I don’t like:It’s too obviously self-published. I am a huge fan of self-publishing, but I believe the quality should be there. The font is too casual, the layout is too casual…it’s just not professional feeling like I would have expected.She’s waaaaaay too…

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