The tools I use to create my content.
I thought I would give you a list of my daily tools…
(none of the links are affiliate links, btw)
To create Videos:
Aside from Hangouts-on-air or Skype calls, I use Camtasia from Techsmith to record my instructional videos.
To create Images:
I now use Snagit from Techsmith.
Techsmith products are available for PC and Mac.
This I use 10 times a day. Highly recommended.
I use a MacBook Air – got a new one last year. Very happy.
It has only crashed once in the time, when I was writing up my notes about Elon Musk and the Simultiverse.
(gremlins in the system…)
Samsung S6 – great camera – not great battery life.
Virtual Reality Headset:
Samsung Gear VR
I write article in this space, it is not just for games, honest.
What I use for Audio:
I use a Snowball from Blue.
How I create animated gifs from YouTube videos:
This is an AWESOME tool.
(and super simple to use)
For creating images:
I use Canva.com – you can share links with team members and work on projects together. REALLY good.
Where I buy my images:
I tend to use Shutterstock and took up the 7 day trial from Big Stock Photo (I cancelled before I was billed anything but like their stock and navigation).
Here is the reason why I buy my images:http://www.martinshervington.com/google-plus-copyright-issues-sharing-images/
Document creation and collaboration:
Google Drive of course! This has transformed how I work, especially on collaborative projects.
I now use Google Keep for any spurious ideas I have.
We run our business ‘Command Centre’ in Slack, as well as running communities there too. A super tool.
There we go!
Get in touch if you want us to consult you on how to build your business online. Click here!