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One of the highly recommended YouTube courses specifically designed for beginners in content creation for business is "Video Creators" by Tim Schmoyer. His channel offers a full course on producing engaging content, building audiences, and improving your video quality, all of which are well suited for making video content for Facebook. He includes tips and strategies for identifying target audiences to understand what kind of content attracts them. Amy Schmittauer's channel "Savvy Sexy Social" is another resource you might want to consider. She focuses heavily on how to create engaging social media content. In terms of paid courses, "Coursera: Content Strategy for Professionals" would be a great option. Although it's not explicitly focused on use for Facebook, it covers all basics and strategies for creating compelling content that can be used across platforms. Remember that the "easiest" course is subjective and may vary depending on your personal comfort with video creation and editing. Don't hesitate to try out a few different ones to see what resonates best with your style of learning and content creation.

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April 22, 2024, 11:04 p.m.

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Published: Monday, April 22, 2024

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