Simple Tips for Improving Your Online Videos

Videos grab the viewer's attention better than any other form of online education content, and with webcams built into nearly all laptops, and cheap external ones available from any electronics store, a straightforward webcam shot is probably the easiest type of video to make. Plus, our face humanizes us to others and captures the nuance conveyed by voice inflections and facial gestures that are lost in text communication.

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