Hello and welcome to my blog!

As promised, here is part 2 of my How-To Create Videos Series!

In part 1, we went over…

1. How to Create A Video That Showcases You AND Enables You To Share Your Screen

2. How to Use Designs Canva Has Built In That Are Ready For You To Customize

If you missed part one, check it out by clicking here!

Now, I want to show you how you can make captivating videos without showing your face!

Did you know that your iPhone lets you do something called screen recording?

Watch this video, where I show you how to use screen record to make fun tutorials right on your phone!

There are so many ways to edit your videos. You can do it right on your phone, use platforms like Instagram, TikTok, Veed.IO, etc.… but Canva makes it easy and Fun!

In this video, I walk you through my process of using Canva to edit videos.

Check it out for yourself…


I hope you enjoyed these videos and that they help you along your journey. Comment below and let me know if you have any questions.

Creating video content can be overwhelming, so please share this post with your friends who may benefit.

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To Our Success,

Alison Blaire




4 Responses

  1. Hi Alison,
    Great information. I personally am using Power Director 365 – because of the audio component for when I’m recording the audio of my blog. Like I mentioned to others, I’m going to be using the downtime currently having on vacation to review the Social Media method I’ll use to promote my blog. Hoping to be able to get to do the same thing you’re doing by start of April!

    1. I am not familiar with Power Director 365. I will say that in Canva it allows you to split audio and video, and splice it however you like. I have also, in the past, played around and recorded on Audacity and then threw that file into Canva and added images. Content creation is so vast. There are so many platforms and ways to get things done. What are your pros and cons with Power Director 365?

  2. Wow, your information is so useful, and I love your video style with the screen and your face in the corner. I’m unsure if you are posting it elsewhere, but you should at least post it on YouTube. I mean, the video quality is excellent, just like the quality of your teaching.

    1. Sasha, thank you so much for your kind words. I am working on my YouTube channel and have a bunch more how-to videos. I am so glad you are finding value. Please let me know if there is a subject or something you would like me to create a how-to video for!

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