Think it's too expensive to start marketing your business using online video? Think it's too complicated to start marketing your business using online video? Nope and nope. Use the powerful one-two punch of the Flip camcorder and Animoto to make stunning video on a shoestring budget.
This week I found a wonderful one-two punch of encouragement for small businesses venturing online—and make no mistake, small businesses are flocking to social media and online video. The articles offer me two instances that prove that small business has no reason to be afraid.
I recently interviewed Eric Quanstrom, Vice President of Marketing and Strategy for Sorenson Media, about their video publishing and delivery platform, Sorenson 360. Eric explains what their company believes are the essentials for any business to have in selecting a video publishing and delivery solutions provider, and why he believes “Video Delivery Network” is a more appropriate term for his industry than “Online Delivery Platform” (OVP).
Recently we've had some readers asking questions about my recent interview with attorney Mark Rosenberg on “right of publicity” video issues with online video marketing. Questions such as: How can you get permission from large crowds to be in a video? Is the business or venue owner's consent enough or not? How can patrons be made aware of video recording on the premises, that protects yourself? I asked Mark for a follow-up interview to these questions, and now you can read all of his answers here!
ReelSEO talks to Mark Rosenberg about the Right of publicity with online video. Right of publicity is one of the most often overlooked legal issues with online video and online video producers need to learn about it.
The demand for SMB video is strong. In conjunction with the launch of the "Fall in Love with Video" sweepstakes, Turnhere is celebrating the achievement of a milestone, the production of their 20,000th for SMBs.
Yes, that's a bold statement, but it's according to new findings be Equation Research in their 2009 Marketing Industry Trends report which was just recently released. Online video laid some smack down on most other forms of social media marketing in regards to usage. Want ...
Online video gets daily SMB news and goes social at Small Business TV (SBTV.com), the first of its kind video news and information site for America's 25 million small businesses. The company was launched in 2004 but apparently just unveiled a new enhanced video platform.
In order for online video to become a completely viable marketing tool it needs to be accessible to all levels of business from sole proprietors all the way up to multinational corporations. There are far more SMBs than large corporations and that means there's a ...
I review the video sharing application and project management service, Wistia, and talk with CEO Chris Savage on how they are positioning themselves as an affordable top-tier business solution for the SMB crowd.