Publishing Online Video

Publishing
Online Video

In Less Time than a Blog

What's included?

5 Videos
3 Texts
Steve Dotto
Steve Dotto

About the instructor

I'm Steve Dotto! Welcome to my course page.

By this point, you are probably wondering....

Who is this guy? Why should I trust him? Does he even know anything about technology? 

My entire adult career has been spent around tech:

  • Hosted Dotto's Data Cafe, Canada's leading tech show, from 1992-2010
  • Wrote about tech for the Vancouver Sun and Noth Shore News
  • Hosted a weekly radio show about technology for 8+ years
  • Created and grew a successful Youtube channel all about technology
  • Built a successful online business from scratch
  • Speak at conferences around the world about technology and building an online business

Everything I share with you, I've already tried and tested myself. I don't believe in passing on unproven, second-hand information. You can find that yourself using Google. 

Theory will only take you this far. Every course is packed with actionable steps you can take to start making improvements straight away. 

What others have been saying about this course:

Ryan Sparkman

Excellent!

This course flows so smoothly! The time spent in each lesson is short enough to keep things moving and the student absorbing the material. Wonderfully organized.

Mark Johnson

Good title, accurate description of the content of this course.

There was a lot of great content. Steve's instructions are easy to follow and definitely expand on what I knew about online video publishing. The pace of learning is good and I like that I can review the lessons, pause and rewind it if I wanted ...

Peggy Oliver

Fabulous Info!

I am excited to see this process simplified! Very cool indeed. Thank you for sharing! ..

Dale Anderson

This course is fast paced and I missed my snoozing...kept me on my toes

Obviously Steve has got this all together and going nicely, I was not looking for this type of extensive tutorial, but ended up viewing it and once it started, I had to continue and finish, well done sir!

Jim Brown

A very good overview

I thought this was a very good overview of what is possible with Screencasting. Plus some very usable tips for free.

Wendy Glavin

First Video

I felt it was a bit too long. I was trying to get to, "How to create online video" free and fast. I got the point in the first minute or so. I know that video marketing is a huge driver of engagement. I would like to know the "How" of creating ...

Bradley Sawler

A little extra to the screencasting video on youtube and the course sales pitch

I had previously watched the screencasting webinar on the youtube channel and the bulk of this mini-course was that, but with a good intro on the process.