Forget about writing a checklist every time you send training videos to a client. The One-Liner shows you exactly what to talk about and for how long, using your OWN words—no script to stumble through.
The first resource of its kind available to designers, this guide is here to save you time and frustration while ensuring your clients get the personalized VIP experience they deserve.
This guide breaks your videos down into easy-to-digest, topic-focused segments that are simple to record and prepare you to teach clients how to navigate the entire Showit interface with confidence.
The guide helps you break 12 main topics down into point-by-point recording lines, including interface basics, SEO, & WordPress. So you can record several short, to-the-point trainings, and clients can be an expert on their site in no time.
No fancy editing or special equipment - just the proven framework I use to make comprehensive videos ensuring answers to client questions before they have to ask. + Each part has a suggested recording length to keep you on track.
Forget writing scripts for every video you make and jotting down notes you hope you remember to mention. This guide will help you deliver professional, concise content that establishes credibility without the "uhhhh's.."
With 5 ways you can use the guide to your benefit, and loads of tips, tricks and options throughout - the One-Liner offers a unique approach to video creation. Use for off-boarding, template shops, + more!
The system inside the Training Video One-Liner is something I searched high and low for at the beginning of my journey. As you can probably guess - I never found it. Like you, I stumbled through every video re-recording, rambling, and forgetting lots of things along the way. But practice makes perfect, and it didn't take long for me to start crafting a system for my recordings. That intentionality, along with feedback from real clients led to better quality videos while spending less time in front of my microphone. Now I'm ready to share my resource so you can wow your clients without the added stress.
This guide was crafted with Showit designers and users in mind. It has been tested over and over again to ensure it's successful when used alongside Showit + Wordpress. The framework may also be applicable to other web platforms, (like Squarespace) but it is not a guarantee.
ABSOLUTELY! The beauty of this guide is that it can be used for both template sites and custom design work. Within the guide you will see tips and suggestions for phrasing or what to include that is specific to templates.
Nope! In fact, I started creating this resource for myself first, as a way to avoid spending even a single second editing my training videos. Of course you can edit if you want to add some extra flair, but the purpose of the guide is to help create a video that is client ready the first time.
A one-liner is a reference to a type of report used on film sets. Essentially it is an alternative to the script and features a "one-line" description of each scene so that other departments can successfully prep anything that the crew may need! - It's quick, handy, and incredibly efficient.