Here's the fourth installment in this great series by the Video Marketing Guys. I hope you find this helpful. If you missed If you missed Parts 1, 2 and 3 you can find them in the discussions section of my group Reel Connections: Using the power of video to Engage, Inspire and E... We'd love for you stop by, and even join in if you're so inclined.…Continue
Here's the third installment of the "Why Video is Vital to Your Business Today" series.
Equipment is something that really can get in the way. What do you need, how much is it going to cost, etc.? These problems can get you stuck in analysis paralysis. Conversely, sometimes people can are a little too eager to get focused on all the cool equipment. Then shopping and playing and learning become the total focus. But in the mean time, no video gets…Continue
Have you seen this video just produced by Google India? It was released a few days ago and has gone viral. And for good reason. I believe this video will set a new standard for video marketing.
Check it out and I encourage you to read the commentary by Hub Spot. Then I would love to hear your thoughts on this.
And, if you'd like to share and learn more about using video in a powerful way, you're invited to check out my new group…Continue
In Part 2 of this series, the Video Marketing Guys talk about overcoming the awkwardness of sitting behind the camera wondering what to say. Other than helping your audience get to know you, they point out that answering the most commonly asked questions is a great place to start.
If you missed Part 1 "Why Video Is Vital to a Professional in 2013", you can find it…Continue
I wanted to share some simple, yet powerful insights from Dr. Marc Kossman and Charlie Seymour Jr, aka the Video Marketing Guys.
They share that one thing most professional people have in common is that they are highly-trained, technically-skilled people. Unfortunately, another thing that they have in common is that most professional training programs provide no training in how to run a business. So marketing is often learned by looking right, then looking left, and then…Continue