Yesterday, 9/16/2017, I uploaded a short video and used YouTube’s video editor to chop off the first few seconds of the front of the video and the last few seconds of the end, like I’ve done a hundred times in the past. Today was different.
September is here. Labor Day week is behind us, as well as some pretty treacherous weather and other catastrophes. The show must go on and it’s time to get back into gear with Live Networking at Here Next Year. This summer I was thinking of all the ways our Live Video, web-based, online networking sessions
As you may know, I’ve been on almost a full-time effort to write non-fiction books of my own and produce them for clients through my ProduceMyBook.com website. For the first time researching a topic on-site for an upcoming book, I took a trip to the eastern part of the U.S. to visit six Civil War
If you pay for advertising of any kind on the web, there are three realities you have come to accept:
A Discussion About Using Video to Promote Your BusinessPart I of 3 Using video to promote your business is nothing new. You either produce video already, pay people to create video for you, or you have just turned your back entirely on the video movement that’s been building over the past few years.
Outdoor video is available to almost everyone and is a great (and underused) way to gain visibility for your business. If you have an iPhone or other smartphone, you can get started with basic video without the purchase of any additional equipment or apps.
To kick-off 2017 with a bang, I invited a few of our club members to sit in with me for a deep-dive interview with web tools creation genius, Rick Raddatz, to talk with us about his latest project. To sum it up, Rick has realized that whether you’re a business owner just starting out or
Happy New Year’s Eve EVE! Well, here you are once again. At the end of one year and starting a new one. Was your business a success in 2016? Did you strike a vein of gold in your claim? Or, did you just get lured by some fool’s gold and are thinking of calling it
Watch my interview of Scott Friedman, CSP, as we talk about his new book, A Celebration a Day: 365 Ways to a Happier and Healthier Workplace. Scott will have a book launch party on Tuesday, December 20, 2016, in “celebration” of his new book and it is now officially for sale on Amazon.
On a recent Own It poll, 53% of 4,254 business owners replied with their greatest hurdle in growing a businesses to be “Getting Customers.” The phrase getting customers is a very broad term. There are probably more than a thousand factors that could contribute to successfully getting customers versus not getting customers in a sales