Daily Struggles of Running an App Agency.(The Daily Overpass #435)
Today, I will talk about what are the daily struggles of running an app agency. Please don't forget to like and subscribe to our channel, follow us on social media and leave a comment! Watch and enjoy!
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Daily Struggles of Running an App Agency
I’ll check when I’m in the office tomorrow. I’ve been through so many mics. I have 2 lapel mics I use now— one wireless and one wired. I had a shotgun mic that died on me about 2 months ago and I’m still trying out new mics.
Hey Eric i just found randomly your channel because i am also interested in APPs. If i may allow my self a constructive comment, your content is good but the form in which you provided it, is boring. Let me explain, the majority of what you show us is you, you and you and with all due respect we don't really care about this. What we are looking for -well at least what i am looking for- is more about what your life looks like not really what you look like.
Because whoever gives us what we are looking for, we will follow but the way you present information is in my humble opinion the decisive factor. I am a rookie, on both your industry and your channel, and i find it very hard to stay focus on what you are saying. I think you are a good board guy trying to help others i respect that 1000% percent, 10 000%, you put time and effort to improve others.
Hear my out, could you try to make your form more dynamic ? explain us like you already do but maybe show us as well what you do and how you it, put images, videos, then switch back to you for more explanation (Overpass Apps ; Zero Budget app marketing tips ; 9m56sg ; " don't give only right hooks or only jab" --> where is your explanation right hook ?), show us what software you use, how does your meetings or phone calls looks like, what is your thinking process with the media to make it obvious, maybe make the videos shorter but denser. What is the last feeling your audience has when done with one of your videos ? (want more or switch to something else ?)
I'm honestly saying this to help you, help us better because you have what we don't the experience, far from the idea of getting you offended im truly trying to help just like you, this 10min comments is my contribution to your hundreds of hours of videos. Hope i got you on the good side, keep up the good work :)
Nice hair cut, interesting channel and you are right you should keep you intro phrase hahahah :D
Ps: Here is a video linked to the topic and comment, i swear searching for more when it finished, thats how i found you ...
Hey Eric, did you do a video about the cameras and software you use to produce your YouTube videos?
I am not an every day watcher but I noticed new and better graphics on the screen. I found and watched the Luman5 video.
Video getting better... I notice you’re using more video effects. I like the idea of bullet points generally, but somehow seems a little unnatural maybe it’s the animation of them that bugs me a little. I would say the improvement in presentation style has been the best increment by far.
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