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Video Sells It Like It Is

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The communication conundrum  Have you ever tried to explain a concept with words, only to start drawing it out on paper? Have you ever noticed that perplexed look on the face of your audience when, even with visual materials and diagrams, they still weren’t getting it? It’s tough to communicate sometimes. Show and tell sells […]

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5 Steps To Begin Your Business Video Blog

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A business vlog, or video blog, is a continual online video series about your business. It allows for a fun and entertaining way for your business to engage with your customers, to market products, share ideas, spark conversations, and build deeper relationships. If your business isn’t blogging or vlogging, you are missing out on an […]

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Video For The Small Screen – Making Eye Contact

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Big Screen vs. Small Screen Web video lives in front of a completely different viewing audience than that of television or the big screen. It’s important to understand these differences when producing video for the small screen (computer audience). In this post I will talk about using proper eye contact when delivering educational content online. […]

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The Music of Social Media Influence

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I am an avid listener of music. I’ve always been this way. I can remember listening to Boston and ELO records on my portable fold up turntable with speakers at the age of 4. Now, my tastes range all over the place from techno to jazz, classical, Christian, folk, trip-hop, hard rock, bluegrass and many […]

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When time and space get reconnected

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This blog has gone dormant for quite sometime. Time and space and a whole bunch of other projects in between happened in the meantime. Thank you for keeping this page subscribed! I want to let you know that I am revisiting a new content strategy and to look forward to more things happening with this […]

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Audience Building Part 2- Staying Tuned In

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This is the second post in a series entitled “Audience Building- Tips from Broadcast Media” I am exploring how the old media boys such as TV and Radio have and continue to build huge and energize audiences around personal and corporate brands. What are the techniques employed? How can we apply that wisdom to our […]

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Audience Building Part 1- Dialing In the Dialogue

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This is the first part in a series called “Audience Building.” Travel with me as we explore how and why the big names in broadcast, print, cinema, and theatre can attract and attain such massive and devout followings. What are they doing to get millions of views and followers? How can we apply that to […]

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New Media for a Cause- A Call to Action!

New Media for a Cause- A Call to Action

I started working with the United States of Hope (USOH) this past summer video taping the groups involvement in the Missoula Marathon. They were raising money and awareness for Vets and all those impacted by war. I had met Samuel Redfern, (President of USOH), a couple years back and was familiar with his cause. It […]

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Video Fundraising- 9 Tips to Tap Your Audience

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1. Know Your Audience The first key in any marketing or fundraising campaign is to start with the audience first. It’s an outside in approach. You need to know as much as you can about your targeted demographic. Their interests, age, lifestyle, etc. Roll up your sleeves and find out as much as you can. […]

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“Dare to be a Daniel” Premieres This Sunday Evening in Bozeman, Montana

For the past two years I’ve had the privilege of being in charge of the media production for the Montana Youth Camp. What an amazing group of people! Top notch! We produce a collection of short films and montages of the camp. It’s one week of pure creativity mixed with sleep deprivation. A volatile combination […]

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