In this episode of Watch Time, we talk about three areas you should focus on if you want to look better and be more memorable on your next Zoom call. Make sure to stick around until the end to get four additional pro tips that will help you stand out from your competition.
The three areas we break down are:
We will give you one DIY lighting solution with things you have around the house, some lighting options that you can take with you on the go, and which lights you should look into if you want to build a small home studio setup.
We will discuss why your computer microphone just won’t cut, how you may already own the microphone that will solve your problems, and how you can level up your audio with a pro microphone setup.
We will discuss one big background mistake that many people make on conference calls, how to add creative flair to your background, and how to subconsciously work your branding into your backdrop.
If you are trying to find a way to connect with your customers remotely then you’ll want to check out this episode.
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Links From The Show:
– Lume Cube Mini – Great light to use on the go
– Clip-on Ring Light – This is a great budget option
– Viltrox L132T – These are the light I recommend.
– Viltrox AC Adapter – Make sure to buy this so you can plug the light in.
– USB Lavalier Microphone – This is a great budget option
– Cardioid Microphone (Stick Mic) – this is what we use and recommend
– Condenser Microphone – This will pick up more room noise but isn’t a bad microphone.
– Microphone Arm – This is what you’ll want to attach to your desk.
– RGB Light – This is a professional light you can use.
– DJ Light – This is an affordable budget alternative