This planned video is on the subject of Beatles locations in and around Liverpool. The Beatles legacy is a huge reasons for tourists to visit Liverpool. For me personally, I love visiting the locations connected with the Beatles as it helps me to discover more about Liverpool and I can relive the excitement and fascination of growing up with the music of the Beatles in the 1960s.
My website strategy is to go ahead and publish blog posts on my video topics in advance. I am providing a foretaste of the video, so that people can see what to expect. In this way I can have the website page for each video ready ahead of publication, which I find much easier than doing it after the video is finished.
I’ve travelled all over the Liverpool region on various trips and photoshoots and I’ve been to practically all the places connected with the Beatles where tourists like to go. There are still many more attractions I need to visit and I’d also like to re-visit a few of them.
Of the 42 places I’ve listed so far, one of my favourites is the Cashbah Coffee Club which I visited for the first time in 2018. It’s an excellent place to visit as you can really experience what it was like to see John, Paul, George and Pete play in their early days.
I also love the Beatles childhood homes – Mendips and 20 Forthlin Road. They’re fascinating to visit as they are both time capsules of the late fifties and early sixties. It’s not possible to take photos, so I have only exterior photos.
I’m excited to be doing a Japanese version of this video as well as an English version. It’s part of my plan to produce interesting multilingual content that aims to appeal to two groups – 1) People who speak the foreign language – they’re mostly abroad. 2) People who are learning the language – they’re mostly in the UK. The video will have a Japanese look with Japan-influenced music by the talented musician Bad Snacks, featured on the YouTube Audio Library.
This video should be ready in early September 2018. In the meantime, here’s a sample of the draft script, which will appear here in full when the video is completed. I’m also presenting a sample of the photos that will appear in the video.