Grant Crowell interviews video marketing author and SEO expert Greg Jarboe about YouTube's time increased of all non-partner videos to 15 minutes. Greg and I discuss what YouTube's reasons were for the increase, who may already be profiting from the increase, and how YouTube has blurred the line between “amateur” and “professional” videos has blurred because of improved monetization opportunities for everyone.
Grant Crowell interviews digital media and television guru, Shelly Palmer, about YouTube's recent move to expand their upload limit to 15 minutes for non-partner users (from the previous 10-minute time limit). Shelly and I discuss what effect this may have on the quality of videos posted on YouTube, YouTube's 15 minutes of fame contest, and how YouTube has helped to create “a world now where people are trying to be famous full-time.”
ReelSEO's Grant Crowell talks with author and popular video expert Steve Garfield about choosing the best video chat solutions for your online marketing and business needs, including getting best production quality, and what he sees as the “next big thing” with web video chat technology in online marketing.
ReelSEO's Grant Crowell reports on the marketing strategy behind the self-made online music video by e-commerce video solutions provider, with their video titled “Video Filled the Shopping Cart.” (a takeoff on MTV's first-ever video broadcast of “Video Killed the Radio Star” by the Buggles.)
ReelSEO's Grant Crowell interviews Robyn Okrant, author of, about how serialization can be a successful online video strategy for building an enthusiastic audience with great word-of-mouth marketing.
ReelSEO's Grant Crowell interviews Chicago's high-profile “new media” attorney Daliah Saper about some of the important issues that video marketers and other professionals need to be aware of if they are using (or plan to use) other people's music in their own online video pieces, and for their own professional gain.
ReelSEO's Grant Crowell talks with intellectual property attorney Mark Rosenberg, about why the multitude of video clips on YouTube taking a scene from Constantin Films' 2004 film, Der Untergang ("Downfall"), don't meet the criteria for fair use under U.S. law.
ReelSEO's Grant Crowell is covering the National Assocation of Broadcasters NAB Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, starting today through April 14th, 2010. Grant is covering the latest business and technology news with online video.
With the popular response to our earlier review of Steve Garfield's book "Get Seen – online video tips every marketer can follow," I decided to further satiate our ReelSEO audience and have a "casual, authentic" conversation with Steve about what makes interviews with online video ...
ReelSEO's Grant Crowell interview the company behind Senator John McCain's new online video program – Sorenson Media's CEO and CTO Peter Csathy and Mike Flanders.
ReelSEO's Grant Crowell interviews Corey Vale, Internet Marketing Director for the John McCain 2010 senate campaign, about their new user-generated video content feature – the “Video Supporter Wall.” Could 2010 be the year that political campaigns on the federal and state level finally kick it into high gear with online video?
ReelSEO's Grant Crowell interviews virtual set producer Earle Greenberg of Chicago Video Works, who explains some of the business advantages of promoting your business with videos featuring virtual sets, what's involved with building a virtual set, and some tips on how to to prepare yourself for a video show featuring a virtual set.
Listen to ReelSEO Grant Crowell's podcast interview with intellectual property attorney Mark J. Rosenberg, as they explore legal issues with featuring an online video of a public figure and using that for commercial purposes?
ReelSEO's Grant Crowell shares the “threesome effect” with some successful professional online video clips, and its secrets you can implement for your own video marketing pieces, professionally speaking.
ReelSEO's Grant Crowell puts together his wish list for what pocket digital HD camcorder manufacturers should add to their feature list in early 2010, so as to include more professional and business-quality video uses of their products.