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This quick guide will help you transfer your in-person classes

 online with out spending too much time or money.

Continue to deliver your classes

The freedom to teach anywhere

Keep your students engaged


In such an uncertain time taking your classes online is a great way to maintain control over your business while keeping your students engaged and up to date with their practice.

Saying this, you don’t want to be spending a small fortune buying a camera and equipment if you aren’t sure running classes online is something that will definitely work for you.


This guide has been designed to get you started right away, on a budget. By utilising your camera phone and a few simple pieces of equipment you can test the waters of teaching online while creating high quality, professional and engaging videos.


Simple and straight forward tutorial that take your through the process of setting up and filming your lessons, then sharing them with your students.

  • A straight forward equipment guide

  • Video lessons on how to set up your equipment

  • Lessons on how to get the most out of your phone camera

  • Strategies to help you reach more people with your videos

  • How to share you’re classes with your audience

  • Tips on monetising your videos

  • Tips on going LIVE


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My name is Carl Mason. I’m co-founder of 365 Docobites. i also teach business owners how to use videos through 1-on-1 training and an online program. This program is very detailed and probably too expensive for anyone wanting to test out video or use if for a shot period of time.


My sister is a Burlesque performer/Dance teacher/ ________, she recently asked me to help her transfer her classes online. I figured there might be a few other people out there trying to do the same so I have decided to take some of the key elements from my full training, simplify them and create this guide to help small business owners keep running classes through this very strange time.

If there is enough interest I will commit the next week to piecing the guide together to release at the end of March. If you think this could help you  please click the button below and pop in your email so I can let you know as soon as it’s up and running.

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