I’ve got something different for you in this post: a recommendation packed video where I explain all of the hardware and software technology that I used to create a series of free video training content for the launch of my other businesses year-long money school program, called The Art of Money.
We’re a few days away from that program starting another year-long journey, but the traveling portion of the launch is done, and I thought you might find it interesting to get recommendations for all the technology I used to pull off a very successful, traveling mini-documentary roadshow product launch.
You see, on Dec 31st of 2014, me and my little family flew to Seattle, where we rented an RV. We drove the RV down the West coast and met up with past member’s of our program and current guest teachers in the Art of Money program. At each city we visited, we interviewed them on camera…live and unscripted.
And here’s the fun part: we were publishing the episodes of our little roadshow from the freaking RV, only a day or two after we filmed each episode. That was no easy task.
7 cities and 9 interviews in two weeks. It was a crazy amount of work, but it was also soooo amazing to meet some of our past members and guest teachers LIVE and in the flesh. Completely blows skype video calls out of the water.
So, watch the video below to see exactly what technology I used to make this moving Art of Money RV launch a huge success. (And I HIGHLY recommend traveling around to meet some of your customers in person. It’s such an incredible gift for everyone.)
Note: One last bit that I forgot to mention in the video: You’ll need a small external hard drive to make copies of, and move, raw and exported video files off of your laptop.
Long interview videos take up a LOT of space on your hard drive. Even with 1 Terabyte worth of hard drive space on my laptop I filled it up quickly with raw video footage.
Good thing I brought a 1 Terabyte external hard drive. You’ll need one too if you’re going to do a trip like this.
Resource links for things I discuss in the video
Authorize.net payment gateway (usually comes rolled in to your merchant account, so here’s a good merchant account referral):