In this episode you’re learn all about where 360 video is at in 2018 and beyond with American 360 Video expert Al Caudullo. We chat in Bangkok about everything from Gopro’s new 360 camera called the fusion and compare it to the other consumer options. You’ll learn why its time for you to start learning 360 video
If you are a Videographer looking to earn an income online or leverage the Internet to help you then check out this episode.
- Stock Footage – I discovered this business model by making a $90US sale on a shot from Beijing China. Most people are aware you can sell stock photos. You can do the same, but with Video Footage. For example you can license your aerial footage shot with a drone to nightlife shots done with a DSLR camera and earn from $40 to 199US a video clips. You can sell your clips on stock agencies like Shutterstock that keep a commission from 30 to 50%. Learn more about Stock Footage and which agencies to use.
- Gumroad – This is a great platform that allows you to sell anything digital or service related from skype coaching to PDF ebooks. You are only limited by your imagination. You have to take care of your own marketing, but gumroad plays nice with Youtube and email marketing platforms like convert kit.
- Online Teaching – I discovered online teaching while teaching English in Taiwan. Platforms like Udemy were growing in popularity with a built-in audience so I started teaching courses about Travel video, How to shoot with a gopro, how to do aerial footage, and do stock footage. I’ve since published 16 courses with about 6500 students on Udemy. With some camera and audio gear, some knowledge, and a desire to teach you can also teach online. It’s a good business model that is passive income and is non exclusive allowing you to build your own school online or host your courses on other platforms like skillshare.
check out the Episode for more ways to earn an income as a videographer
Youtube is not the most efficient way you earn income online, but if you create good content, are consistent, and enjoy sharing it’s one great way to build an audience. It’s actually my favorite social media platform for creating and also watching. I first created a channel in 2011 called Chicvoyagegroup.
I started to share travel videos and then started adding educational tutorials on camera’s like Canon SLR’s, drones, and more. When I started to become more consistent publishing I started picking up traction and saw progress as it started from a few dollars to almost $50US a month with my combined channels. This is not my main focus as I prefer to get exposure and an audience on Youtube; providing them an introduction to my content. This is something that I think you should aim for as well, but the side income from Youtube is a good incentive to keep creating and sharing free Video content on Youtube.
Youtube is now changing the rules on Feb 20 2018 stating that you need 1000 subscribers and 40,000 views to qualify. I have enough views, but need more subscribers to continue to earn from Youtube. I would appreciate if you can click and hit that subscribe button. Thanks
Mock Interview Service for IT jobs
Hi I’m Greg Hung a Former IT Manager, Business team lead, and Senior Network Administrator for over 13 years in Vancouver. During my career I created roles & job posters, technical tests, and conducted countless interviews.
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My Mock interview service for IT technology jobs will help prepare you for your interview. I’ve can offer practice for roles such as help desk, IT Support, senior network administrator, project manager, or even general roles. We can interview via skype or facetime to best prepare you for your interview on a video call so you can simulate a real interview. If you are based in Vancouver, Canada we could even meet in person.
How it works:
– Purchase the service
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I’m back to Chiang Mai after traveling on a world tour that took me to Singapore, Bangkok, Penang, Johannesburg, and Capetown. In this podcast world tour 2017 I share gems from each destination from food, getting around, co-working , and local areas I stayed. I took my filming gear and shot from amazing footage of the modern singapore skyline in marina bay to the beautiful postcard views of Capetown’s Table mountain.
I stayed in modern condos in Penang, a penthouse in Penang, and a unique estate in Houghton, the neighborhood of Nelson Mandela and another past South African president.
I ate world class xiao long bao, dumplings, noodles to delicious rump and fillet steaks in South Africa. The amazing wines in Capetown South Africa from the sauvingnon blanc in Constantia and stellenbosch. Listen and watch to learn more.
My Amazon book on South Africa: http://chicvoyageproductions.com/southafricabook
Learn Stock footage free course : http://chicvoyageproductions.com/stockfree
Nigel Fish is a Canadian running junkie and location independent developer junkie that is living a pimp downtown lifestyle in Vancouver. He lived and ran in Asian cities such as Taipei, Siem riep, and Chiang mai. He is also the man who introduced me to the Digital nomad scene that eventually led to me to relocating to Thailand. We got together in downtown Vancouver to discuss running in Asia, dating in Asia compared to Vancouver, and even really good tips for digital nomads in Vancouver, Canada
In this episode you will learn:
- Running tips while living abroad in Asia (Taipei, Bangkok, Chiang Mai)
- Digital nomad Canadian customs experiences
- Dating in Vancouver compared with Asia
- Tips for being a digital nomad in Vancouver
- Where to record a podcast for free in Vancouver
I caught up with Sam Tate to talk about his Samsung Gear VR goggles, the future of video, 360 video, video gaming, and everything in between
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Richard Kemp is from Queenstown New Zealand, a city planner that has transformed his job into a business he can do remotely from Chiang Mai or anywhere in the world
You will learn:
How Richard found clients for his new business
His approach to making his job location independent
His daily routine
How he runs his business from Chiang Mai
How you can stay in Thailand for a year if you’re a New Zealander or Australian
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Tarantula spider eating digital nomad in Cambodia
Yes that’s right. Traveling, coding, and eating a Tarantula spider in Cambodia. Today we have a special guest Nigel Fish, a Vancouver digital nomad in Asia on “ghunglive”. I met Nigel in Taipei thanks to the introduction from my Taiwanese friend Serena in 2014. I credit Nigel with taking me deeper in the world of the Digital nomad and making me realize that I myself have become a digital nomad. Nigel is the first digital nomad that I’ve met in Asia actually from the same hometown. While I prefer to use Taiwan as a base and take less frequent trips to nearby countries in Asia, Nigel is more “nomadic” as he travels more frequently than I do. The truth is I would love to more freedom to travel like Nigel.
Why should you watch this video?
- Catch a glimpse of Nigel eating a Tarantula in Cambodia
- Learn more about the life of a Canadian web developer who makes a living traveling and working from different countries
- Get useful insight as a digital nomad in countries like Thailand, Cambodia, and Taiwan
- Learn about the type of digital nomads Nigel has met in Bangkok meetups
- Hear about Time Zone Freedom – The idea of not being chained to a 9am – 5pm schedule. Nigel is able to do sightseeing in the day and do some work at night
- Digital nomad essentials and useful resources
- How regular working people can get started into the Digital Nomad lifestyle
- Talk about visa allowances for Canadians in Asian countries
- Payment systems that are used to get paid over the Internet
- Bitcoin chat
- Way to meet people on our journey’s using Meetups and tinder
- The idea of becoming a Digital indefinitely
I think it’s great to meet people like Nigel that are not just talking about being a digital nomad, but that are actually living the lifestyle. He is so optimistic about giving it a try that it actually inspires me to push on. Nigel touched on the lifestyle stuff like green space and going for a run in Cambodia. I think its important for Digital Nomads to take into account the lifestyle that a city offers other than just cafe’s, low cost of living, and the Wifi availability. In Taipei I can go to the local sports center gym for 50nt for ($1.98 cdn, $1.59 US) for an hour or run at an Olympic style track for free. You can take out a U-bike rental with the Easycard to the riverside for an hour or two for less than $1 US without any sign-up or insurances hassles. What is the transportation and convenience like? Do you need to take a taxi to get to space that you can run? Do you need a car? In Taipei I can take the MRT just outside my apartment for 1 station and be at the track in 7 minutes. Everyone has a different lifestyle. Perhaps you like having a larger house in the suburbs with a car and commuting to work and back for an hour each day is your lifestyle.
Getting paid over the Internet as a digital nomad in a foreign countries has some issues. For me receiving money through paypal means I get his with a fee from my domestic bank and the local bank here costing me about $25 US for each withdrawal. I also loose some money in the conversion process. I’m not sure what the best solution is yet.
Lastly the idea of being able to get a business visa in Cambodia and being a digital nomad indefinitely was very interesting. Not having to worry about visa issues really does open up new possibilities to setup shop in Asia.
Digital nomads any thoughts or comments on this episode?
This was my first Skype video interview that I setup from Taipei while Nigel was in Cambodia. I hope you enjoyed this format, and if you enjoyed it please sign up for the newsletter and comment below!
Resources and links from this show
stream.nigelfish.com – follow Nigel and his adventures in Asia on his microblog
(eCamm Call Recorder on the Mac) – I used this trial software for the Skype video interview. I believe it was free for 1 week. It worked out great and was easy to use
Nomadlist – A good general ranking of cities for Digital nomads ranked by city. Take it with a grain of salt as I find the cost of living for Taipei to be highly inflated
I’m excited to introduce Vancouver’s Vincent Ng. We are gong to learn Pinterest with him today. Vincent is a Pinterest specialist that owns marketing agency mcngmarketing. He was introduced to me by friend Alex Yu who I also interviewed. Pininterest is one of those social networks that doesn’t get as much attention as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. However, I believe Pinterest is an important visual platform that can be used for businesses. It was refreshing to talk about a different social network and learn from Vince. He has about 4000 followers on Pinterest and is a Pinterest speaker at the upcoming Social Media Marketing world in San Diego March 2015, so no doubt he knows his stuff. Thanks to Tree Organic for letting us do the interview at their coffee shop in Yaletown Vancouver. Thanks to Vincent for the interview!
In this video Vincent talks about how he went from a Starbucks manager to getting his early start with Pinterest. He explains to us what it is and how it works. Vincent also explains how to built his following.
In this video Vincent talks about the size of the Pinterest audience and who makes up that audience. The largest user base is in the United States (45-50 million) followed by Canada. He also clarifies that Pinterest is a good fit for businesses looking to reach an American audience. Vincent lists some businesses such as Lululemon, Nordstrom, and other companies that are doing a good job of using Pinterest and perhaps worth studying. We also discuss some of the differences between Pinterest Vs Instagram. Vincent contrasts users behavior between mobile and desktop.
We switch gears to talk about content producing in terms of podcasting. Vincent shares the gear, costs, and some of the realities of podcasting. The launch, relationships, and who you interview are important aspects of the podcast that Vincent mentions.
We continue to talk about how Vincent built his peer relationships as well as the importance of knowing who your podcasting audience is. He talks about not limiting oneself to the local market, which he refers to the marketing of old. Instead he encourages thinking about marketing more globally. Vincent believes that it’s important to give and take and be different to stand out. He shares some other social media gurus he follows, but cautions not to follow someone blindly and use a critical mind. Vince shares a great nugget that reveals not fall in love with the way we deliver the customers problem rather to actually solve the customers problem.
How to find Vince
Links and resources mentioned on the show
- Libsyn.com -Podcast host
- Blueyeti.com – company that makes good podcast mics
- Stitcher.com – find podcast and host your podcast here
- Audacity.com – windows audio software
- Gary VanderChuck – Social media personality and guru
- http://podcastanswerman.com – Podcasting resource
- Smartpassiveincome.com – Excellent blog and Internet marketing resource Pat Flynn
- Melonie Dodaro – Linked in Guru
- Cynthia Sanchez http://www.ohsopinteresting.com/