Camtasia and SnagIt: Intro to Videos and Screen Capture for Real Estate

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This is an introduction to using the basics of creating a video for real estate purposes. The speaker will be using Camtasia and SnagIt for the demonstrations but the information will apply to many other programs. I will cover what types of videos, how long they should be and what to do with them.

This recording will help you create content for your social media platforms as well as help you answer typical questions that come up in real estate by being able to direct them to your video. For example, how many times do you explain the buyer representation agreement or agency? Why not do a quick video of it for future use?

Meet Jim

Jim Paulson, CRS has been a licensed Realtor® in Idaho for over 30 years and is the owner/broker of Progressive Realty Corporation. He uses his insight to create and teach classes to help fellow Realtors® across the US. He tries to cover the material in such a way that it is simple yet comprehensive so you can get something out of the time you invest with me and have resources to fall back on down the road.

This recording will show you how to:

  • What topics you should consider for videos.
  • Introduction to using the tools Camtasia and SnagIt
  • What length they should be (time).
  • Where to post them so people can access them.

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