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Setting Up an Office Studio On a Beginner Budget By: George B Thomas

I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say: Creating an office studio for your video marketing can really feel like a daunting task. Getting the budget to pull it off is even harder. Or, is it? Well, it turns out that building an office studio for your video marketing may not be as painful as you’d have thought. All you need is an investigative nature and an understanding of your budget and equipment costs. In this article, I’m going to show you exactly how I achieved a basic video marketing office studio with very little budget. If you want to know more, all you have to do is read on…

Office Studio Beginner Budget The trick to getting started with a low-cost beginner budget is to use what you have. In my case here were the parts that we used at The Sales Lion when we first got started with video. We have since upgraded, which I am sure will be another post coming soon but, let’s dive into what you need to get going.

Studio Equipment: Onboard Camera or USB Camera I used the MacBook Pro that I was already using for my daily workflow. It’s onboard camera worked great for the first 100 to 200 HubSpot COS and HubSpot CRM tutorials I created for The Sales Lion YouTube Learning Channel. Of course, you can use any computer that you have laying around as long as it has an onboard camera. What if your computer does not have an onboard camera? If it does not have an onboard camera, you could always choose to go with a USB camera. For this route, I would suggest either the Logitech C922 Pro Stream or the Microsoft LifeCam Studio. Both are under $100.00 and will do a great job for you…. Read more about Setting Up an Office Studio on a Beginner Budget on The Sales Lion website. (

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Setting Up an Office Studio On a Beginner Budget