Three minutes or less. What do you think of me doing videos that are much shorter and to the point?
I got some feedback today from my client Gilles Brideaux. He said that his videos that are longer, people are just not watching them. The attention span is down to three to five minutes.
Aim for 3 Minutes or Less on Facebook, YouTube, and a podcast?
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Is it possible for me to just make my point without the air conditioner coming on in the middle of it, and can I make it in under three minutes?
I’m interested to know, would you like some shorter format videos?
I am also interested to know, do you consider how long a video is before you watch it?
Do you see my video in the newsfeed and you think, “I’m not watching that for 20 minutes, Jerry. I get windy. I blow like a wind tunnel.”
Is it better to give this a try?
I value your feedback and I especially want to look for some feedback based videos where I’m asking for what you think of something instead of just blah, blah, blah-ing about what I think.
I’m grateful today that I see the value of continuing learning, continuing to test, continuing to grow, all the time keeping it fresh.
Look, I’m trying to like drag it out to three minutes.
I think I made my point already in the first minute and a half, and I just like, “Oh, alright. Now it’s got to be just almost three minutes. I’ve got to use up almost the whole thing.”
Let me just say thank you very much for watching this.
Thank you for all you have done following me for so many years or even if you haven’t been following me for so many years.
I’m stopping right now.
I love you.
You are awesome and I’d love to know what you think about videos three minutes or less going forward.
Edits from video transcript by Michel Gerard at www.michelgerardonline.com.