I didn’t know they existed until today. I thought you needed to spend ages using Camtasia to create a little video but YouTube.com does all the work for you. This took me less than five minutes.
Okay, I can hear you in the back – maybe I *should* have spent more than 5 minutes but that’s all the time I have to spare today. It’s Good Friday.
It’s a beautiful day here on the Sunshine Coast of Australia. This is a holiday town and Easter and ANZAC Day means that people are off work from today and don’t go back to work til Wednesday morning. Except me. I’m working so I’d better get back to it. Have a wonderful weekend.
Follow the link at the end of the video to make your own. Seriously, five minutes. Then leave a link in the comments and we’ll all watch yours.
Thanks for the visit to my blog! I’m loving yours. So well done and informative too. You tube, really? WOW…I’m barely figuring out face book—wait, I haven’t yet…LOL!
Hi Mindy, I have to say that I learned about the youtube search video from my son who’d done one. I couldn’t let the kid get ahead, now could I ? lol
That is way cool. I’ll have to give it a whirl when I get a few minutes. Thanks for sharing.
Hi Eileen, it’s really simple and straightforward. You enter in the search terms and youtube does the rest. 🙂
Thanks for the info on how to make a search story…have just had a most enjoyable time putting it together. It did take me more than 5 minutes- not because it was complicated but because I took a while to decide on the search terms!! Anyway here it is
wow Beverly that’s great. I felt inspired with every screen change. You did spend more time than I did.. maybe I should start over 🙂