Last week ended on a high note for VSP. I spent much of the week creating a video for the Jaymie Jamison Foundation for Hope for their gala on Saturday night. I encourage you to read about this foundation on their website. If you can support their cause, so much the better.
Just Having a Video on Your Website is NOT Video Marketing
Over the last few months, I’ve noticed a few companies I’ve been talking to about doing video marketing have put video on their website. However, in a couple cases, I’m afraid these videos are not going to be as effective as I think they think it will be. In one case, there is a link…
Conquering Your Fear of Video: Practice, Practice, Practice!
There’s always some element of fear the first time we do things. That’s natural. What’s not natural, or at least not acceptable, is to let that fear prevent us from doing something we either want to do, or know we need to do. So the best way to get over that first-time fear of doing…
Replacing a Clip in Final Cut Pro
Being able to use draft clips to create my project then replace them with the high res ones, enabled me to fluidly create my project, getting a pretty good feel for what it would look like, then purchasing just the clips I needed without having to buy clips I won’t need, or changed my mind on.
How to Do Video: Getting Started
And one of the most effective ways to engage people is through video on your website. Since you can’t literally be everywhere on earth at the same time, and speak to everyone at the same time, having video on your website is the next best thing. You CAN talk to everyone everywhere at once.