Jeremy Scott: ReelSEO Author

Jeremy Scott is the founder of The Viral Orchard, an Internet marketing firm offering content writing and development services, viral marketing consulting, and SEO services. Jeremy writes constantly, loves online video, and enjoys helping small businesses succeed in any way he can.

Recent Posts by Jeremy Scott:

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up - Future Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Future Edition

The future of online video sometimes feels like it's only a day away, as major advancements and changes take place every week. This week's online video news round up has all kinds of stories about the future: imminent moves from YouTube on subscriptions and a ...

Weekend Video Fun: You Can Now Watch Star Wars Uncut On YouTube

Weekend Video Fun: You Can Now Watch Star Wars Uncut On YouTube

I've written about Star Wars Uncut several times over the last couple of years. It's a crowdsourced fan-film recreation of the original Star Wars, with every 15-second segment of the film shot by a different creator in a different style... with different sets and actors. ...

Record & Share Video From Your Webcam Directly On Google Plus

Record & Share Video From Your Webcam Directly On Google Plus

This is just a quick note, mostly because there just aren't a lot of details to share with this story--but it's still pretty cool news. Google engineer and Google Plus team member, Shana Gitnick, has shared a new Google+ feature that should make video fans ...

The Week's Best Viral Videos & Video Marketing Lessons - GoPro Edition

The Weeks Best Viral Videos & Video Marketing Lessons   GoPro Edition

We're getting closer and closer to the 2012 Super Bowl, which means we're about to hit a huge surge of creative (and expensive) Super Bowl ads making their way online to compete for viewers. Heck some brands will go the Old Spice route, skip the ...

The Original Content Wars Have Begun, But They're Bigger Than Hulu Vs. Netflix

The Original Content Wars Have Begun, But Theyre Bigger Than Hulu Vs. Netflix

For several years consumers have enjoyed streaming premium content services like Hulu, Amazon Prime, Netflix, and others. But as more and more television and film content moves online, the owners of the copyrights (typically studios or production companies) have started to see the potential in ...

Custom Facebook Fan Pages For Video Marketers With myChaptr

Custom Facebook Fan Pages For Video Marketers With myChaptr

Social is a gigantic part of the online video marketing equation--at least, if you're doing it right it is. For individual video creators, that can mean a lot of your work time is spent on Facebook instead of making videos. For video marketing consultants or ...

Video Marketing Done Right - Google+ Teases Google Map Video Game

Video Marketing Done Right   Google+ Teases Google Map Video Game

Google is hoping that games can do for Google Plus what they did for Facebook--get people hopelessly addicted until they're spending every waking moment playing social network games and annoying friends with automated status updates based on meaningless gameplay objectives. Um... sorry... guess I have ...

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up - Web Series Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Web Series Edition

This week's online video news was dominated by web series talk. For instance, we have a retrospective on the BMW web series, The Hire, which was way ahead of its time. We also have some articles about a new Tom Hanks web series, the future ...

Every Brand Will Be A Studio: Philosophical Musings On The Future Of Video

Every Brand Will Be A Studio: Philosophical Musings On The Future Of Video

I think I'm going to write an e-book... call it "Drop Out Of College & Learn Video." I had this revelation after an email chain with ReelSEO writer, Chris Atkinson. See, Chris and I are not only co-workers, but we've been friends for more than ...

Hollywood's Ultraviolet Picks Up First Major Distributor: Amazon

Hollywoods Ultraviolet Picks Up First Major Distributor: Amazon

I would consider myself to be cautiously optimistic about Ultraviolet--Hollywood's big gamble on digital movies. The service would provide a digital locker that consumers can "fill" with movie purchases, while the films themselves live in the cloud. I'm optimistic because I'm ready for digital media, ...

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