The viral videos launched last week for my software client were just picked up by the Baltimore Sun’s Tech Blog See the post here: http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/news/technology/2011/03/watch_the_royal_wedding_at_wor.html
The video project that I’ve been hinting around about for a few weeks now went live this morning. We are all very excited to see how a new approach to video promotion helps move the needle for this software company. The software is called Private Eye, and it hides content on users’ screens to prevent… Read more »
So I finally found a link to the extensive white paper I wrote for NAIOP about renewable energy business models. It’s called “Rooftop Revenue” and you can get it free by clicking here This whitepaper gave enough credentials to write a Tech Talk column for the Maryland Daily Record about solar energy that was popular… Read more »
So the time has come when the perfect storm of client need, video providers, and a clever idea converged into a video shoot on Friday. I’m not going to tell you much about the shoot, because the truth of its effectiveness will come out in the final video product, which I will post here once… Read more »
As a special surprise for the New Year, I learned that one of my e-mail accounts had an issue that kept me from seeing 5,582 new messages over the course of the past year. I told my husband about it, and he was amazed that I didn’t spend the next day poring through the e-mails… Read more »
This afternoon the some of the Baltimore Chapter of the American Marketing Association members and friends shot some testimonial videos for the Chapter Web site at our favorite studio, BlueRock Productions. Video on the Web is the next great chapter for marketers. I’m pulling my vendor list together as we speak. I’m so excited.