Reels are an important tool to help you book work. The only job it has is to convince people to hire you by instilling feelings of excitement and trust.
Not only should they have complete confidence in hiring you as a result of watching your reel, but they should feel like it would be a mistake NOT to hire you.
Anything you do to get in the way of that works against you. So, in order to not sabotage yourself, we're going to look at the five things you need to avoid doing in your reels.
[00:57] Reels vs. Auditions
[02:31] 1. Missing Contact Info
[03:53] 2. Not Being the Star of Your Reel
[05:15] 3. Using Copyrighted Music
[06:20] 4. Using Video Effects
[06:57] 5. Making It Too Long
[08:54] Get Help With Your Reel
Mentioned in This Episode:
Acing Your Submission Videos & Reels
Spotlight Session: Reels
Submission Video & Reel Formats Cheatsheet
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