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Use the following apps to create microcontent. This is a great way to create visibility, awareness and drive traffic to your online content, your products and services and your business.
Links to the video apps
Vine - http://vine.co
Instagram - http://instagram.com
Tout - http://www.tout.com/
Mailvu - http://mailvu.com
Keek - http://keek.com
Viddy - http://viddy.com
Glide - http://www.glide.me/…
Should you add a blog to your website? Yes, Yes and Yes, creating new content is a great way to attract new folks to your site. Here’s the BIG BUTT … you need to do Right and not just throw up more and more information that is not useful and interesting to your target audience . Here’s a wonderful article from Content Marketing Institute that provides guidelines to creating an outstanding blog.
What Makes a Good Blog Post: 10 Tips for Corporate Bloggers
“Uh oh,” you may be thinking. “The marketing department is talking about that whole blogging thing again. Last time we did this, it was a disaster. Worse, no one seemed to like my posts.”
Yikes! Stop right there! And think again!
Yes, a lot of corporate blogs are awful. But neither your company’s blog nor the posts you contribute to should bear a sense of impending doom. One of the first questions we get from new bloggers is, “What makes a good blog post?“ As we answer, the doom drifts out of the room and is replaced by the glowing light of nurturing leads and increasing sales. Cha-ching!
We thought we’d share our answer with our readers here.
Did you know that you can do bulk edits in Video Manager? YouTube Tips from Joelle Norwood
Infuse Fun in Your Work … in Your Life. – Joelle Norwood aka The …
Fun Is Good Monday Monday … lots of folks hate Monday I really don’t know why. Monday is just like any other day. I think that if you learn to make Monday fun.
Does the camera can add 10 lbs and one reason is if you have bad lighting. Another reason is psychological: People are not used to looking at themselves but are used to a sometimes unclear and outdated mental image they have of themselves. When they get to see themselves in photographs or video, they’re reminded with how they really look. Lighting: The way the subject is lit up weather under artificial or natural light can have a significant impact on how depth is perceived. Bad lighting can improperly represent depth and thus result in what looks like “ten pounds”.
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