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Web Video 101 for Publishers – Producing, Publishing and Marketing Your Online Videos
Publishing case studies and expert advice for developing a web video strategy that boosts website traffic, increases conversions and doesn’t need to cost an arm and a leg
Have you ever tried to cook risotto? The concept is simple. Rice, a few flavoring ingredients, and then small doses of water and chicken stock incrementally over the course of twenty minutes while you stir incessantly. Like I said, it’s simple but with twenty minutes worth of confusion while you wonder if you’ve just added too much liquid or too little.
When learning how to cook a recipe, we often start with text, however some recipes don’t allow us the visual aid necessary to assure us that everything is looking right while we’re working towards completion. Twenty minutes of stirring rice is an easy twenty minutes to wonder how much time you’re wasting.
There are 3,600 people out there searching for “how to cook risotto” every single month, and how many of them do you think would prefer to watch a video before they read a recipe? According to the hits we saw on YouTube, there are almost a million people who have watched some type of video on how to cook risotto.
That’s no surprise, considering that there are over 70 million people in the United States who own smartphones and can easily access video anywhere, anytime.
It’s even less of a surprise considering that the second largest search engine is YouTube, which happens to be owned by the first largest search engine, Google.
This webinar on CD, Web Video 101 for Publishers – Producing, Publishing and Marketing Your Online Videos is hosted by Patrick Hughes, New Media Producer at the Mequoda Group.
Patrick recently taught this publishing-centric 90-minute program at Mequoda Summit West and got rave reviews. Patrick’s rare combination of video production and marketing skills makes this presentation a must-attend for any publisher who is thinking about producing videos for their website, or would like a boost in direction and strategy.
Web Video 101 for Publishers begins with a brief introduction to web video, including different ways that publishers have been successful (and unsuccessful) with different strategies they’ve tried to implement on their websites and on YouTube.
Speaking of YouTube, Patrick offers an in-depth tutorial during this program that not only goes over all the different moving parts, but also how you can use each of them most effectively.
As publishers who aren’t in the video industry, we may not necessarily have our fingers on the pulse of current tools, online resources or new strategies that make our working lives easier. Well, unless you’re VideoMaker Magazine. When this webinar is over, you’ll feel like an industry professional, armed with all of the resources you’ll need to launch and run an effective online video strategy.
And Patrick won’t skip on the most important part either – the gear. As a gear head, Patrick loves to talk about equipment. So before this webinar wraps up, he’ll spend time talking about different camera and lighting kits for any in-house studio budget, even the smallest ones. Only have an obsolete Flip cam or an iPhone? No problem, because Patrick has a handful of accessories and techniques that can even make shooting on a low-budget video camera look good. In fact, find out why he sometimes recommends it!
Order Web Video 101 for Publishers and get started on a web video strategy that fits your budget and content.
Here are a few things you’ll learn from Web Video 101 for Publishers:
Whether you’re looking to build an in-house studio for daily videos, trying to find a private video hosting platform, looking to get more YouTube visitors, or simply trying to come up with ideas for quick videos to post on your Facebook wall—this webinar covers it all and more.
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