from Jeff Riegel Wise words of advice… -Author UnknownRead more "Artists Are Not Like Athletes…"
by Leet Resumes Leet Resumes will take your old resume and crank up the volume where it’s needed, so employers start paying attention to you. Did we mention it’s a free service? Resume Examples Before and after examples from Leet Resumes showing how even “nice-looking” resumes can set you back in telling your story… WRONG […]Read more "Free Professional Resumes, Resume Writing, Resume Templates, Guide and Advice"
Hello! I’d like to invite you to our community, The Creative Community. It takes less than a minute to join and together we’re sharing our stories, experiences, and ideas. I know you’ll love it. See you here!Jeff Riegel Click to join The Creative Community. Or at lest check it out. It’s run by my very […]Read more "I’d like to invite you to The Creative Community"
by filtergrade.com As technology becomes more accessible and tutorial videos become more common, the video editing field has become much more competitive. If you don’t have existing connections or the ability to network effectively, you will need to use every resource available to you. In this blog, we’ve compiled 10 places for you to look […]Read more "Video Editing Jobs: 10 Places for Editors to Find Work"
BY JOE FREDERICK, Premiumbeat From writing to starting your own YouTube channel, here are 3 ways to diversify your revenue stream with a new side hustle. Make sure you develop a second source of income alongside editing, and make it something that links to your existing skill set. If you’re a freelance video editor, check out […]Read more "Three Side Hustles That Are Perfect For Video Editors"
by Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com Pricing is hard – but it isn’t cookie-cutter either. This article first appeared in MotionArray.com. This is an excerpt. Ask any freelancer what part of their job they hate the most and chances are a good chunk of them will point to the inescapable chore that is pricing. Pricing your own […]Read more "What Do I Charge? A 3-Step Pricing Formula for Videographers"
by Tanner Shinnick, PremiumBeat.com (This is an excerpt.) Typically, a sizzle reel is a three to five minute summation of your story’s main plot points, narrative approach, direction, and introduction to your main characters. Unlike a stylish, marketing-motivated trailer or demo reel, a sizzle is a cohesive, narrative visual approach that gives your audience an ultra-clear look […]Read more "The Importance of Creating a Sizzle Reel"
by Todd Terwillegar Whether you’re a non-profit, charity, NGO, club, or other organization that needs to raise money, you need to be able to collect and manage donations on your WordPress website. With that in mind, here is a detailed list of 8 WordPress plugins you can use to accept donations and manage donors.Read more "8 Ways To Collect Donations On Your WordPress Blog"
by Sam Mestman, FCP.co Want to make more money out of video? In this article from Sam Mestman, he details his ideas, solutions and hard-earned experience that will help you win more business from more clients and be happier doing it. Sam here… believe it or not, I don’t think the biggest problem facing video professionals […]Read more "How to Manage Clients and Build Your Own Video Business"