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I have recorded and published my first gig video, will it increase the amount of click ?


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Its been a while I was planning to record a gig video and finally published it. As a non native it was challenging to write an script and say it in front of the camera. To make the video more professional I have printed a T-shirt with fiverr logo and worn it while recording. 

How is your experience on publishing a video for a gig ?

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That's really cool, man, I admire your tenacity. I'm terrified to sit in front of a camera and speak in my own language, let alone my second language. I thought the t-shirt was a great touch, myself. It was great!

Overall, I think people will like you having a video, but if you're serious about using it to make more money, I think you should redo it, maybe even a few times. There is a part where you are nervously playing with your shirt that made me feel uncomfortable as a viewer. There is a part in the middle where you are talking too fast - no big, deal, but I couldn't understand you at all. I think the best thing there would be to slow down, but also to put captions over the whole video so your customer can read as well as hear what you are saying. Then even if there are a few words they don't understand, they won't really care because they can read it. Finally, the video ends with you looking away and clicking. For a professional touch, you should clip that part out.

I know you already put a lot of work into it, but I think these things will really help, and I think the ROI would be completely worth it. You should also consider maybe having a title screen at the front and maybe another screen at the end with a call to action. I really think this will pay off for you.

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2 hours ago, rachelbostwick said:

That's really cool, man, I admire your tenacity. I'm terrified to sit in front of a camera and speak in my own language, let alone my second language. I thought the t-shirt was a great touch, myself. It was great!

Overall, I think people will like you having a video, but if you're serious about using it to make more money, I think you should redo it, maybe even a few times. There is a part where you are nervously playing with your shirt that made me feel uncomfortable as a viewer. There is a part in the middle where you are talking too fast - no big, deal, but I couldn't understand you at all. I think the best thing there would be to slow down, but also to put captions over the whole video so your customer can read as well as hear what you are saying. Then even if there are a few words they don't understand, they won't really care because they can read it. Finally, the video ends with you looking away and clicking. For a professional touch, you should clip that part out.

I know you already put a lot of work into it, but I think these things will really help, and I think the ROI would be completely worth it. You should also consider maybe having a title screen at the front and maybe another screen at the end with a call to action. I really think this will pay off for you.

I appreciate you took time to watch the video. I can relate with your  view. Thank you for pointing out the part that need to be corrected. I will definitely redo it. Adding captions will make the video meaningful , I never thought about it before. Thank you so much!

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