Well, here's the thing. When I started Silhouette School blog way back in...2014...everyone and their mother who was making Silhouette tutorials for YouTube. There were very few people who were writing Silhouette tutorials and therefore that's the hole I tried to fill. It seems to have worked ;)
Lots of you have thanked me profusely for sharing written Silhouette tutorials and that will always be my main MO. In my first two and a half years of blogging on Silhouette, I think I recorded something like six YouTube videos and they're kinda lame. In the last week I recorded at least half a dozen...and they're all awesome. IMHO.
So what's with the change? Well, as you may (or may not know) I recently attending Snap! - a blogging conference in Salt Lake City. It's basically 4 or 5 days of nothing but blog talk. Not only did I teach a class on writing and marketing ebooks, but I also attended lots of sessions. Several of those sessions were on the importance of video and how video is where all of the social media outlets are going: hello, Facebook LIVE!
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Facebook Live has proven to be super popular with the Silhouette School Facebook community and for that I thank you! Live can be
For those of you who are not on Facebook, I've also been kinda editing down the videos to make them not so live-ish and putting them on YouTube when appropriate. (www.YouTube.com/SilhouetteSchool)
As I mentioned I also started a Silhouette School blog video section, which can be found along the top menu bar of the blog, for easy reference and you'll see more and more written tutorials also with an accompanying video.
Also - if you have a specific topic you'd like to see covered in a video demo, just add it to the Silhouette Tutorial Wish List as this is where I'm pulling topics from!
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