I already did a few vLogs about nutrition, and suddenly I found out about helpouts.
I never had that fantasy. The interactivity might not be what I want.
I love it when the student overtakes the teacher.
But I am less afraid of the camera when recorded, not live ...
What is your fantasy?
[I assume some Spark related topic you love ...]
As part of the fantasy, I would charge $5 for the 10 minute intro and more for more advanced sessions.t
Though you could start out totally free and/or stay that way ... but
"Despite screening candidates and monitoring activity like a hawk, there’s still the possibility that you’ll get terrible advice at a premium price. To reassure new users, Google have implemented a money back guarantee in the event of a less-than-perfect session. "
It would really be a fantasy for me. I don't even own an iPod and have NO decent streaming speed ... I do have an mp3 recorder fwiw and of course my camera on my laptop
For more explanation: desktopvideo.about.com/od/desktopediting/f
"With the launch of a new online video service called Helpouts - you can get assistance with just about anything! Google Helpouts connect users to experts using live video conferencing. "
So, if you want to give a lecture about Nutrition (just an example, my example), it can be SOOO much more than a lecture. You could actually teach somebody.
Let me just for fun set the parameter at a ten minute introduction to what I think about when I want to plan my on-program day and how they could to ..
so pick your fantasy subject and what you'd teach
(this is one on one or one on small-group (kitchen table) home audience. Not for a business or academic venue!!)
Especially, if your nutrition (or whatever it is you like to teach!) topic is controversial but unconventional-wisdom stuff ... not necessarily controversial and the Custer's Last Stand stuff ...
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