Are the obstacles to video blogging and business-use of video (direct, business-to-business, business-to-consumer[s] video communication) on the web possible to overcome? That is, can we find ways to make it over potential hurdles regarding our personal comfort on camera and the production value of the videos we’re in?
How to help great causes by blogging about them.
Anything that doesn’t look well-produced, that has what we call low production value, comes across as unprofessional.
Businesses understandably don’t want to look unprofessional, business-people don’t want to look unprofessional and of course video bloggers — bloggers who do their stuff on video also — don’t want to look unprofessional either.
Blogs are storyteller’s dreams in the social media age. Take a tip from the unemployed and use the blogs as one means to tell your story and market yourself to the world.
Carlos Slim Helu, currently the third richest person in the world, purchased a significant stake in the NYT not too long ago. Is he crazy? I mean the print news business has been having terrible difficulties in recent years. For example, classified advertising revenue for the major papers — whether print or online — has declined…
Promoting your blog with Twitter is marketing, pure and simple. Like any marketing, you need to define your audience and then figure out how to reach them.