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Here’s the exact email you can use to get a meeting with anyone, no matter how successful or intimidating

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In an ideal world, high-powered people would be dying to talk to you.

In reality, however, it can be hard to get busy, successful people on the phone, much less sitting across from you in a cafe.

In a post on his website, I Will Teach You to Be Rich, GrowthLab CEO Ramit Sethi says that your initial email is crucial to getting a meeting — and he’ll tell you exactly what to write.

This is a simple thing that signals to your expert that you are competent, won’t waste their time, and you’re capable of actually USING the advice they give,” he writes.

“One of the best things about this email is its brevity,” writes Sethi. “There’s zero fat in the message and it just tells the recipient what she needs to know.”

Here’s the exact template you can use (delete the bold type!):

To: Jane

From: Samantha

Subject: Michigan State grad — would love to chat about your work at Deloitte

Hi Jane,

My name is Samantha Kerritt. I’m an ’04 grad from Michigan State and I came across your name on our alumni site. [TELL THEM HOW YOU CAME ACROSS THEIR NAME SO YOU DON’T SEEM LIKE A CREEP.]

I’d love to get your career advice for 15-20 minutes. I’m currently working at Acme Tech Company, but many of my friends work in consulting and each time they tell me how much they love their job, I get more interested. [THE FIRST SENTENCE SAYS WHAT SHE WANTS. MOST PEOPLE ARE FLATTERED THAT PEOPLE WANT/VALUE THEIR ADVICE.]

Most of them have told me that if I’m interested in consulting, I have to talk to someone at Deloitte. Do you think I could ask you about your job and what motivated you to choose Deloitte? I’d especially love to know how you made your choices after graduating from Michigan State. [“MICHIGAN STATE” REINFORCES SHARED BOND.]

I can meet you for coffee or at your office…or wherever it’s convenient. I can work around you! [THE BUSY PERSON IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN YOU. TREAT THEM ACCORDINGLY.]

Would it be possible for us to meet? [A BUSY PERSON CAN SIMPLY REPLY TO THIS WITH A “YES” — PERFECT. NOTE THAT I DIDN’T ASK FOR THE TIME/LOCATION AS THAT’S TOO MUCH INFORMATION IN THE FIRST EMAIL.]

Thanks,

-Samantha

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In this course you will learn everything from A-Z on how to start and master SEO.

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Domain blacklists have been used to filter email for years, and in this comprehensive guide, I’ll cover:

  1. The most popular public domain blacklists and lesser known, but equally important, private domain blacklists
  2. How to determine if a domain is on a blacklist
  3. How to get off each blacklist
  4. Tips and tricks, gleaned from my own research and experience, about each blacklist

Given that GMass is an email marketing service used by over 80,000 people, we’ve seen our fair share of deliverability and spam issues. Because GMass works on top of Gmail and G Suite, we don’t maintain our own sending IP addresses. Instead, all email is sent from users’ Gmail accounts, meaning email originates from Gmail’s IP addresses.

Therefore GMass users almost never have to worry about an IP block. The one exception to this rule is if you’re sending from an alias From Address in Gmail and were required to input your own SMTP server credentials. In that case, Gmail routes your email through the external SMTP server, which makes the IP reputation of your SMTP server relevant. Far more common for GMass users, however, is the issue of domain-based blocking, since with the standard G Suite setup, your emails are sent from Gmail’s IP addresses.

Are domain blacklists the same as DNSBLs?

The term DNSBL is used often in the email deliverability industry. It stands for Domain Name Server Block List and refers only to the mechanism by which the block list is published (the Domain Name Server system). DNSBLs can be either lists of IP addresses or lists of domain names. Most DNSBLs are listings of IP addresses, and include popular blacklists like the Spamhaus Block List (SBL) and Spamcop. The blacklists that most concern GMass users are those that list domain names. This is because GMass sends emails from Gmail’s IPs, which are arguably the highest deliverability IP addresses in the world and aren’t blocked by anybody. Therefore it’s rare that an IP address will ever be the source of an email deliverability issue, except in the scenario mentioned above. A domain, however, can be the source of a deliverability issue.

This is a current and comprehensive guide to public and private domain-based email blacklists.

Overview

While IP-based email blocking is far more common, domain-based email blocking has gained popularity in recent years, and consumer email providers like Gmail and AOLand even corporate email filters like Barracuda, Symantec/MessageLabs, and Mimecast scan incoming email for the presence of domains on domain blacklists. If found, the email is rejected or sent to the Spam folder. This is why I’ve encouraged each GMass user to set up a dedicated tracking domain.

Domain-based DNSBLs fall into two categories: those that are publicly usable and searchable, meaning any email server administrator can use the list to filter email, and those that are private and used for an organization’s internal purposes only, like AOL’s. Plenty of email companies have written about domain blacklists previously, including Return Path and Sendgrid, but in this comprehensive guide, I’ll dig deeper into the nuances of both public and private blacklists.

Public Domain Blacklists

There are three main public domain blacklists: Spamhaus, SURBL, and URIBL.

Spamhaus DBL

Web lookup form: https://www.spamhaus.org/lookup/
Query via DNS: Query [domain].dbl.spamhaus.org and look for a response of 127.0.0.2
Tips and tricks: Spamhaus is the 300-pound gorilla of blacklists and publishes both an IP list and a domain list. Spamhaus will sometimes list domains that have never appeared in email flow before. It has an algorithm that detects newly registered domains, and if these domains meet a particular criteria, they are listed on the Spamhaus DBL without ever being included in a single email message. These domains are also the easiest to get delisted using the Blocklist Removal Form. Additionally, the email address that you enter to receive the confirmation removal link can determine whether your request is accepted and the link is sent, or your removal request is denied and you’re told to get in touch with Spamhaus staff. If your domain is ineligible for self-removal, you’ll have to contact Spamhaus and ask them to remove the domain, and that can be difficult.

Spamhaus DBL Self Removal Denied
You can attempt to remove a domain yourself from the Spamhaus DBL, but if a domain is ineligible for self removal, you’ll have to contact Spamhaus.

You’ll typically get a response within 24 hours. In my case with this domain, I didn’t get any explanation about the listing, even though it’s been used in very minimal email flow.

Spamhaus DBL Rejection
In this case, my Spamhaus delisting request has been denied.
SURBL

Web lookup form: http://www.surbl.org/surbl-analysis
Query via DNS: Query [domain].multi.surbl.com and look for a response of 127.0.0.2
Tips and tricks: It’s relatively easy to get a domain off of SURBL, as long as you’re not a systemic spammer and have a reasonable explanation. In my experience, if you explain why your domain was used in spam and can show that you’re generally a responsible mailer, a few hours later, you’ll get a response accepting your request. I’ve never been turned down when asking for a domain to be delisted.

SURBL Whitelist Approved
SURBL administrators are helpful in providing info and reasonable in delisting domains.
URIBL

Web lookup form: https://admin.uribl.com/
Query via DNS: Query [root domain].multi.uribl.com and look for a response of 127.0.0.2
Tips and tricks: The URIBL list is very difficult to get off. You can create a URIBL account and submit a delisting request, but in my experience, most delisting requests are denied. It also seems that whether a delisting request is accepted or not is at the whim of the person who is currently reviewing requests, given that only one out of all of my requests were accepted (for gmass.co), and the request was made just one day after the previous request was denied. Here’s my own history of delisting requests:

URIBL Rejections
Most of my URIBL delisting requests were rejected.

Tips and tricks: The URIBL blacklist will be the subject of a future blog post, because it exhibits some rare and often quirky attributes. In our research though, it’s the least used of the three public blacklists. My own domain, wordzen.com, has been listed for a long time, and I’ve seen virtually no blocking of any email that includes the wordzen.com domain. Even MailChimp’s default tracking domain, list-manage.com, is grey-listed on URIBL.

Private Domain Blacklists

You might think that a private blacklist like the ones maintained by AOL, Barracuda, and Google are just that…private and un-searchable. While that may be true, it’s still possible to determine if your domain is on it. If you send an email with a listed domain to an address that uses a particular filter, the SMTP bounce response will indicate if the domain is on that private blacklist.

Barracuda’s Intent List

How to query: Use their web lookup form.
DNS Lookup: There is no DNS-based method to look up a domain on Barracuda’s Intent List. Barracuda does provide a DNS method for querying their IP list, but not their domain list. It is possible, however, to examine SMTP responses to determine listings.

For example, if a domain is on Barracuda’s Intent List, you’ll get a bounce with an SMTP code from Barracuda that looks like:

Remote-MTA: dns; d124601a.ess.barracudanetworks.com. (64.235.154.140, the server for the domain d211.org.)
Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 550 permanent failure for one or more recipients (henderson@d211.org:blocked)

Note that the specific domain that is on the list is not mentioned, so it will take some further analysis to determine the actual domain. How do we know that this response code is likely a domain-based block rather than an IP-based block? Because Barracuda’s response code for an IP-based block is specific to that IP address:

Remote-MTA: dns; fw2.dgcuda.com
Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 554-Service unavailable; Client host [actuarialoutpost.com] blocked using 554-Barracuda Reputation; 554 http://www.barracudanetworks.com/reputation/?r=1&ip=204.232.242.165

You might have noticed the difference between the two remote MTAs in these examples. In the first, the remote MTA is clearly a Barracuda-hosted server, because it ends with “barracudanetworks.com”. The second, dgcuda.com, appears to be an on-premise appliance running the Barracuda mail filtering software. Note the reference to “cuda”, which is likely short for Barracuda. Customers who install the Barracuda appliance can name the appliance whatever they like. Still though, the SMTP response codes will be equivalent regardless of whether the email server is hosted by Barracuda or hosted on-premise by an organization.

Here is a full list of Barracuda’s SMTP response codes.

AOL’s Domain Blacklist

How to query: The only way to know you’re on AOL’s domain blacklist is if you receive an SMTP response code containing “HVU”, which stands for High Volume URL. Like Barracuda, the SMTP response won’t indicate which domain is blacklisted; it will only tell you that one or more domains present in the email are on the blacklist.

If a domain is on AOL’s private domain blacklist, the SMTP response from AOL will look like:

Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 521 5.2.1 :  (HVU:B2) https://postmaster.aol.com/error-codes#554hvub2
Last-Attempt-Date: Sun, 09 Jul 2017 03:26:51 -0700 (PDT)

The HVU:B2 reference is specific to a blacklisted domain, as is explained on AOL’s page about their HVU response codes. You can contact AOL and ask which domain is blocked, or if you can determine that on your own, you can ask for delisting, but in my experience, AOL is fairly stringent about their domain blacklist:

AOL Postmaster Rejection
AOL denied my request to remove my domain from their domain blacklist.

Google’s Domain Blacklist

Google maintains a blacklist of domains, but the only way to tell if you’re on it, is to send an email to a Gmail or G Suite-hosted domain, and look at the reason you ended up in the Spam folder.

Gmail blocks a domain
An example of Gmail-based domain blocking

SpamRL

How to query: The only way to know you’re on the spamrl.com’s blacklist is if you receive an SMTP response indicating that the URL is on the list.

SpamRL Block
This is what the bounce response from a spamrl.com block looks like

There is no web lookup form or DNS method to query the list.

SpamRL Rejection
SpamRL.com is a domain blacklist cloaked in secrecy.

You are able to self de-list your domain on SpamRL.com for up to 7 days though.

Not all lookup tools are created equal

When determining whether a domain is on one of the publicly searchable blacklists, I like to automate the process by programmatically doing the DNS lookup. As a secondary means, I’ll go to the website directly and use their lookup forms. An even easier way is to use a third party lookup tool that searches many blacklists at once.

Avoid Googling “DNSBL check”, and using one of the many forms in the search results that claim to check your domain or IP against a plethora of blacklists. This is because most lookup forms don’t properly perform the lookup against domain blacklists and instead do it against IP blacklists. An example is this lookup tool from MX Toolbox, https://mxtoolbox.com/blacklists.aspxThe prompt asks you to enter a domain or an IP address, but in reality, this check has nothing to do with domain-based blacklists. If you enter a domain, it simply converts your domain to an IP and then checks the IP against IP-based blacklists, which is entirely different from checking the domain-based blacklists that I’ve referenced above. Here’s another popular tool that does the same, converting your domain to an IP and only searching IP blacklists: https://www.ultratools.com/tools/spamDBLookup

An example of a lookup tool (that is buried deep in the search results) that does perform the correct kind of lookup is:

http://www.blacklistalert.org/

This intelligent tool, while prompting you for an IP or a domain, will determine WHETHER you entered an IP or a domain and tailor its search accordingly. If you enter a domain, the first set of results will be searching that domain properly against domain-based blacklists, however the domain blacklists it searches is limited to the publicly available blacklists that I’ve mentioned above. Here’s another tool that also performs the lookup correctly and also offers a proactive monitoring service:

https://www.blacklistmaster.com/

Which ISPs use which domain blacklists?

Now that you have an overview of what the main public and private blacklists are, you are likely wondering which blacklists are relevant to your mailings. Does Gmail use these domain blacklists to filter their email? Does Outlook.com use them? Do corporate email filters like Barracuda, Mimecast, and Symantec/MessageLabs use them?

My research shows the following:

Spamhaus SURBL URIBL
AOL Delivered Delivered Delivered
Gmail Delivered Uncertain Delivered
Outlook.com Delivered Uncertain Delivered
Yahoo Delivered Delivered Delivered
Comcast Uncertain Uncertain Uncertain
Barracuda Delivered Uncertain Delivered
Mimecast Blocked Uncertain Uncertain
Symantec/MessageLabs Blocked Delivered Delivered

Testing methodology

  • I sent emails containing various blacklisted domains to a set of seed addresses
  • If the email containing the blacklisted domain made it to the Inbox, the blacklist/ISP combination receives a Delivered status. This is only indicative that the blacklist isn’t used to outright block email. It is not indicative that the blacklist doesn’t play a factor in determining overall spammyness.
  • If the email containing the blacklisted domain did NOT make it to the Inbox, in most cases, we designate that as Uncertain, since we can’t be sure if the fact that the domain was on the blacklist caused the block, or if the domain was already internally blocked.
  • In the cases where a blacklist/ISP combination is designated as Blocked, it’s because the blacklisted domain has such little email traffic that we can reasonably determine that its presence on a particular blacklist caused the block.

What you should do

You should regularly check the domains that are important to you and the domains that appear in your email flow against both public and private blacklists. For the public blacklists, there are several blacklist monitoring services that will periodically check your domains against Spamhaus, SURBL, and URIBL, and alert you of a listing. For the private blacklists, you should either manually scan your SMTP responses and look for patterns mentioned above, or you should programmatically check them (like we do for GMass users) to determine which domains are on private blacklists. GMass users needn’t worry about this, as this is handled by our internal deliverability monitoring tools. All GMass users’ domains are checked against the public blacklists once every hour and our intelligent private blacklist detection system works in near real-time.

Resources

The Wikipedia article on DNSBLs provides a good overview of how email blacklisting works. Be sure to read the part on URI DNSBLs though, because that’s the specific type of DNSBL that is a domain-based blacklist, as opposed to an IP-based blacklist.

Here’s a handy guide to the blacklists and lookup tools mentioned in this article:

Spamhaus DBL – Spamhaus’s domain block list lookup tool
SURBL – The SURBL lookup tool
URIBL – The URIBL lookup tool
Barracuda – Barracuda’s Domain/IP lookup tool
AOL – AOL’s contact form to request delisting of a domain
SpamRL.com – their form to request delisting of a domain for 7 days

My favorite third-party domain lookup tools:

BlackListAlert.org – free multi-site lookup tool
BlacklistMaster.com – multi-site lookup and monitoring tool

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Top 10 Screen Recording Software for Windows

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Videos are excellent tools for visual and auditory learners. They can be used to:

  • demonstrate processes step-by-step in a tutorial
  • demonstrate software to other people or record tips and tricks for later reference
  • share pointers for playing a game
  • record product reviews
  • record recurring problems with your computer to show tech support 

The ability to make a screencast video can also be used to showcase your creativity when playing games like Minecraft and recreating scenes from movies and/or filming music videos in simulation games like The Sims.

Most video screen capture software utilities have a number of attributes in common, such as the ability to:

  • film picture-in-picture to capture video from screen and webcam
  • edit and annotate a video after it has been filmed
  • create videos in a variety of commonly used file types

Completed videos may be uploaded to YouTube, posted on web pages or social media, and/or uploaded to e-Learning courses.

Here is a list of the top 10 video screen capture software.

 

10. DVD VideoSoft’s Free Screen Video Recorder

Free Screen Video Recorder allows you to capture anything on your monitor, including multiple windows, objects, menus and other screen activities. There is a comprehensive, step-by-step instruction page with graphics to help you create your videos. DVD VideoSoft markets their Free Screen Video Recorder as being full-featured, and safe to install and run.

Screenshot of DVD VideoSoft's Free Screen Video Recorder interface

 

Pros

  • saves in a variety of formats including AVI, JPG, GIF, and PNG
  • spyware and adware free
  • 100% freeware software

Cons

  • must accept or opt-out of bundled, third-party products on installation
  • does not appear to have picture-in-picture recording option

Though there is no specific paid version of Free Screen Video Recorder, you can purchase a license that covers all of DVD VideoSoft’s software, which includes the Free Screen Video Recorder. Premium memberships range from $9.95 USD for 6 months, $14.95 for 12 months, and $29.95 for an Unlimited Premium membership. When you purchase a Premium membership, you get 

  • ad-free products
  • priority tech support
  • easy update management
  • the use of the software on up to 3 computers per license

9. CamStudio

CamStudio is open source, free software, to create AVI videos of all audio and video activity on your screen. It can also convert your AVIs to SWFs. CamStudio’s website claims its software is so easy to use, you can learn it in a matter of minutes, thanks to their built-in help files. CamStudio’s website claims the file size of the videos you create with their software will be smaller in size than other leading video screen recorders, and have great quality.

Screenshot of CamStudio interface

 

Pros

  • can add screen captions to your video
  • records picture-in-picture web cam simultaneously with screen recording
  • built-in help file
  • 100% free to use

Cons

  • the website admits to there being a bug and offers a “workaround” until the next version
  • users complain about having to decline “offers” they receive after installing software

There is no paid version of CamStudio.

8. Ezvid

Ezvid is freeware video and screen capture software. Ezvid’s web page claims to use your computer’s processing power to increase the speed of its screen recording and video editing capabilities. Though Ezvid files may be uploaded to sites like YouTube, it is most compatible with their Wiki site, wiki.ezvid.com, which touts itself as the world’s first exclusively video Wiki.

Screenshot of Ezvid interface

Pros

  • has facecam and voice synthesis
  • includes a video editor
  • the site claims you can create a professional-looking video in minutes (rather than hours)

Cons

  • needs 10GB free hard drive space, which might be a lot for older machines
  • online forums complain it’s laggy and glitchy

There is no paid version of Ezvid, though the developers encourage you to make a donation of anywhere from $9.00 USD to $250.00.

7. TinyTake 

TinyTake claims to be the best free screen capture and video recording software out there. The software allows you to capture a video of your screen activity, annotate it, and share it on social media. TinyTake advertises itself as simple, free, and feature-rich, though many features are only available with the paid options.

Screenshot of TinyTake interface

Pros

  • can use for free but with limited features
  • can add graphics from your local drive for annotating files
  • built-in viewer is optimized for mobile devices 

Cons

  • free version is extremely limited
  • no free version for commercial use

Here’s what you get with the paid version

TinyTake’s prices range from $9.95 USD for a one week pass, $29.95 annually for the Standard plan, up to $199.95 a year for the Business plan. With the paid plans you get

  • increased storage up to 2TB with the Business plan
  • length of video stretches from 5 minutes with free plan up to 120 minutes for the one week pass and Business plan
  • video annotation
  • elimination of ads and promotions

6. SmartPixel 

Though it seems to be designed for use with games, SmartPixel records anything on you can display on your screen. Because it is designed with gaming in mind, recording is smooth and seamless and hardly noticeable as you play. SmartPixel claims to use advanced video compression technology to create high quality videos that improve on disk space utilization. 

Screenshot of SmartPixel interface

Pros

  • records HD videos and optimizes disk space
  • picture-in-picture mode simultaneously records what’s on your monitor and on your webcam
  • post-editing functions include clipping, merging, dubbing, and adding subtitles

Cons

  • no multilingual version available, but the web site says it’s on the way

Here’s what you get with the paid version 

SmartPixel licenses are available for $15.90 USD for one year, $40.90 for 5 years, and $63.90 for a lifetime license. With the paid version, you can

  • record with no watermark
  • personalize your definition settings
  • record with higher frame rates

5. Screenflow by Telestream

Screenflow allows you to capture everything on your computer, including your entire monitor area, webcam, and microphone and computer audio simultaneously. With Screenflow you can record and edit your video and share it to a number of social media platforms. Screenflow boasts that they have the best quality screen capture available, even when viewed on Retina Displays.

Screenshot of Screenflow by Telestream interface

Pros

  • allows you to record and edit after recording is done
  • support for closedcaptioning your video
  • the ability to export in a wide variety of file types for publishing
  • no time limit to free version

Cons

  • videos created with free version are watermarked
  • you must pay to upgrade from previous versions

Here’s what you get with the paid version:

Screenflow costs $99.00 USD. You can purchase a backup disk for $20.00. Upgrades from previous versions cost $34.00. Though the free version is totally functional and without time limit, with the paid version, you can

  • export videos without a watermark

4. Icecream Screen Recorder

With Icecream Screen Recorder you can capture any area of your screen as either a screenshot graphic or a video recording. Icecream Screen Recorder boasts an intuitive and easy-to-use interface with a suite of tools and options to use when making screen captures. You can use Icecream Screen Recorder to make professional-looking videos of webinars, games, and Skype conversations.

Screenshot of Icecream Screen Recorder interface

Pros

  • draw, outline, or add arrows and text to your video capture
  • record webcam video along with screen recording
  • zoom tool allows you to zoom in while recording
  • can set multiple screen captures on a timer

Cons

  • only 10 minutes of recording time with free version
  • WEBM is only available video format with free version

Here’s what you get with the paid version

Screen Recorder Pro has a one-time fee of $29.95 USD for a lifetime license for two computers. This includes a license for commercial use of the software. With the Pro version,

  • there are no limits to the length of videos recorded
  • you can save in a variety of video formats including MP4
  • you can add a personalized watermark to the video
  • you have access to priority support

3. Screencast-O-Matic

Screencast-O-Matic allows you to make recordings from your screen or webcam. Though you can upload your videos to YouTube, you also have the option to upload your videos to Screencast-O-Matic.com’s free server host.

Screenshot of Screencast-O-Matic interface

Pros

  • make recordings up to 15 minutes in length with the free version
  • limited options for publication with free version
  • recording from both screen and webcam
  • the paid version is inexpensive

Cons

  • watermark is visible on videos made with free version
  • recording computer audio requires Windows Vista or later

Here’s what you get with the paid version

Upgrading to Screencast-O-Matic Pro costs $15.00 USD per year, or $29.00 for three years. Paid features include:

  • elimination of watermark
  • recording of computer audio
  • access to editing tools
  • the ability to publish to Google Drive, Vimeo Pro, and Dropbox

2. iSpring Free Cam 

iSpring Free Cam is free screen recording software for Windows to help you record screencasts with ease. A number of video editing tools and functions come with the software to let you delete fragments of video, remove background noise, and apply audio effects. Videos may be saved as WMV or uploaded to YouTube.

iSpring Free Cam

Pros

  • no watermark, time limits and ads
  • records voice from a microphone, system and mouse sounds
  • users can edit audio and video to fine-tune recorded screencasts
  • saves videos in HD format (up to 720p or 1080p)
  • uploads video to YouTube for sharing

Cons

  • no webcam recording
  • saves recordings as WMV only

There is no paid version of iSpring Free Cam, software is absolutely free.

1. Camtasia

With Camtasia, you can record professional videos of activity on your computer’s monitor with minimal effort. In addition to recording videos, Camtasia also lets you import HD video into your recording from an external source. Camtasia is unique in that it can create interactive videos containing clickable links to generate dynamic video content suitable for use in the classroom or the workplace.

Screenshot of Camtasia interface

Pros

  • records on multiple video and audio tracks
  • has green screen effect to make it seem as if you are a part of the action
  • easy to incorporate animated items, like callouts and scrolling text
  • Google drive integration
  • free app available to record videos on mobile devices and transfer to Camtasia for editing

Cons

  • demo of full software is only free for 30 days
  • users are prohibited from creating videos for commercial purposes when using the free version

Here’s what you get with the paid version

Camtasia is $299.00 USD to purchase a software key for a single user license. You can save a bit of money (about $50.00) if you purchase 5-9 licenses. Discounts increase to about $90.00 per license when you buy 15-24 licenses.  When you purchase a license you get:

  • updates to your purchased version
  • permission to install the software on up to 2 machines

Conclusion

Whichever software you choose, video recording software is a must if you are a teacher/educator, game player, or blogger. Writing a review or putting together a list of instructions can only take you so far. Adding professional-looking video to your blog post, tutorial, or review is sure to increase your viewers’ engagement.

Guest blog post by Polina Khizhnyak. Polina Khizhnyak is the Marketing Manager of iSpring Solutions, Inc.

 

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