If you’ve ever edited videos you probably know that stock video clips can be really really useful in lots of different situations. There is of course no shortage of sites and services that offer great stock video footage for a fee. However, it usually costs from dozens to hundreds of dollars per clip, and might just not fit your budget.
In this post I’d like to share a quick video created by our friends at TunePocket. In that video, Scott Dumas, an independent videographer and photographer will introduce you to a handful of sites where you can get free stock footage from for your videos.
There are countless blog posts and articles offering technical tips and quick success recipes to aspiring YouTube vloggers. The reality, however, isn’t that simple, and you may soon discover that simply following a checklist is not enough to skyrocket your vlog to the top.
However, it’s not impossible given you’re persistent and able to produce content that your viewers have a genuine interest to watch. Here I’ll share 3 key characteristics that I keep seeing in today’s most popular vlogs.