Although I had a few posts and pages back before 2015, this year was the year I hit my blog and YouTube channel hard. I posted a video and blog post at least once a week, every single week, for the entire year.
My YouTube channel grew from 7 subscribers to almost 2000. I was asked to be a part of the GoPro influencer family and gave away a bunch of GoPro cameras on my blog (some were better camera than my own!!), plus GoPro sent me a reviewer’s box for the Hero4 Session when they released their new camera in July.
It’s been a great year, and I THANK YOU for being a part of it!! 🙂
Now, on to 2016.
I plan to continue my weekly blog and video content, but I also want to blog more – that means more blog posts with just words, no videos. And I also want to do more videos for YouTube, but not necessarily write a blog post about them. So to make sure you don’t miss anything, click here to hop on to my email list. That’s where you’ll know pretty much everything that’s going on with VidProMom around the internet.
The biggest thing is that I’ve developed an all new online course that I’ll be launching in January. It’s called “Rock Your Videos with GoPro Studio“! I’ve been creating all of the lessons and videos and everything, and although this is a solely VidProMom project, I set up vidproacademy.com as a place to host the course. In this learn-at-your-own-pace course, you’ll learn GoPro Studio from beginning to end, but more importantly, it will be more about how to create videos that are really fun to watch and fun to edit. So it’s more than just a “How To” on how to use GoPro Studio, it’s more like how to create awesome GoPro videos and family movies with GoPro Studio.
SSSSOOOOOO…. I created a freebie Prep Sheet for you! It’s a completely free download, and it will be a great reference for you when you’re shooting and editing your GoPro videos, whether you use GoPro Studio or any other editing program. Click here to grab that Prep Sheet at vidproacademy.com and you’ll be on my VidPro VIP Launch List (sounds enticing, doesn’t it?! More on that later…)