WHAT MAKES A GREAT VIDEO?
I’m in round four of Kodak’s Vlogger Challenge, and this week’s question is, “What makes a great video?” Well, if you don’t have access to a diapered baby dancing to Single Ladies, not to fear. In this vlog, I share tips from experts in content creation, Rene Lynch and Tim Street, and a few tips of my own.
What do you think makes a great video and what are some of your favorite viral videos from 2010? Let me know what you think in the comments, and watch the vlog for a recap of your reactions to double-dipping, tips on creating video, and of course, more football food favorites!
EVEN MORE FOOTBALL FOOD!
Is it possible for two wrongs to make a right? If you’re talking about creamy Mac n’ Cheese deep fried until crisp and golden, it is! Mac n Cheese Bites may be wrong, but they taste so right!
The Average Betty appetizer that started it all! Grilled shrimp with a zing of Sriracha and the snap of cool cucumber. It’s like a California Roll… only more perfect. The Perfect Shrimp!
Nothing says party like Pizza Party! Try my Whole Wheat Pizza Dough or Original Recipe then turn things up to eleven with BBQ Chicken Mac n’ Cheese Pizza or the Jalapeno Popper Pizza.
Great football food! Mac n Cheese bites are the great, that’s for sure.
On the flip side of video sound, maybe the sounding like you are in a drive thru is video worthy. Kinda reminds me of whats his name, you know that red haired comedian…. uummm. For real I can see him but can’t remember his name. And I saw him in person several times too. Oh Sara, I just watched a clip about him. He had a bad plastic surgery job. Aging sucks where the memory department is concerned, let me tell you. Anyhow maybe a bad sounding video would be good or even great. Definitely funny!
Average Betty says
Thanks, Kathy! Do you mean Carrot Top LOL!?! and I think that kid can get away with whatever he wants! xoxo
I absolutely love your videos, I find your recipies are big and ambitious but yet easy to make. Which helps when you can be scatter-brained like me at times like me ;). I think the content and production values in your videos reflect the person you are so its important to be yourself for the most part in a video (especially a web video since the whole point is to reach out to people anyway). I am a fan I try to catch you once and awhile especially when I am stuck in the house like today (Very bad Ice storms in the midwest). Anyway I love the topic of this vlog and I wish you continued success!
PS I really dig the Hanna Barbera Cartoon sounds you put in your videos very enjoyable and eye popping! no pun intended.
Average Betty says
Thanks, Jason! What recipes have you tried? I really like how you phrased that my recipes are “big and ambitious but yet easy to make” — Thanks so much for watching and just know the next glass crashing sound will be just for you :)
Well I am a big breakfast connoisseur so I loved your waffle recipe and I also have tried the top secret coffee cake which I really savored. I am actually anxious to try the eggs benedict recipe. Ironically I heard a glass crashing sound this morning when I dropped my coffee mug so I hope to not hear another one of those sounds for awhile. So if possible maybe a boing or a pop would suffice? LOL! ;)
Average Betty says
LOL! Boing or pop is all you :) So awesome you liked the waffles and coffee cake! Eggs Benedict is my favorite– Hollandaise is a little tricky, but once you get it, you’ll be rewarded. The green chili egg casserole is great too… and a lot easier. I’m working on Cinnamon Buns and a Breakfast Burrito and I’m always interested to hear what you’re craving.
Well I appreciate the sound effect shout-out for sure LOL! I honestly was hoping you would bring out a cinnamon bun/roll recipe out. I have always wanted to try to make cinnamon buns so having a good recipe would be nice to try! If you end up making a video for the cinnamon bun you should call it cinnamon buns of steel and base it off of those cheesy 80’s work out tapes. You could be Betty Fonda or something just off the wall like that.