Should you do videos with throat cancer? This is the question my Facebook friend asked...
Should You Do Videos with Throat Cancer?
Today I am answering a video marketing related question from one of my Facebook friends, John Hobart:
“I realize videos are the way to promote, but what can I do?
I had throat cancer and can barely speak.
What can I do video wise to get my message out there?”
I use video, and many other marketers use video to generate leads and sales; but I also know people that generate leads and sales with written content.
Don’t think that you always have to do videos to be successful online. For example, Ray Higdon will often have a thought and he will turn it into a blog post.
A video is basically just thinking of a topic that will add value to the marketplace. When I have someone transcribe my video, it becomes a full blown blog post and my thoughts become written content.
The magic happens in providing value to the marketplace and in telling your story!
Should you do videos with throat cancer?
Think about this… “I had throat cancer and can barely speak…”
That is a huge story!
In your blog post, say: “Hey, I have this idea of a video I want to do, but because I had throat cancer and I can’t speak, I want to share my thoughts with you in this blog post.”
You can also share your story on social media. It doesn’t matter where it is at – what matters is telling your story.
Should you do videos with throat cancer? If someone that had throat cancer and can barely speak – can have success in this industry, provide written content and take action – what excuse do other people have? You have a powerful story, my friend, and you can use this to help and impact so many people’s lives.
There are some other things that you can do. You can create video with images, words and music – but I believe that you should put your thoughts on paper, on blog posts, on social media – share your story and just roll with it.
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