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Get Your Website Firing on All Cylinders (Visually and Verbally)

We’re coming into the last two months of the year (how), and our minds tend to naturally turn to: “How in the expletive-of-choice am I going to hit my goals for this year?” One word, baby: Tactics. This week was about rolling those sleeves up and making it happen. Whether you want to finally get
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3 Simple Keys to a Successful Video Strategy

When my middle son was seven, he knocked it out of the park with the first video he created. Back when Rainbow Loom bracelets were hot, he put together a tutorial on how to make a certain type. Within three days, his video received 70,000 views. He also received quite a few nasty comments. He
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The Bold and the Stressful: Smart Ways to Make a Big Move

Sometimes, you just have to muster your courage and do something Big. It might mean making a brave statement with your content, or creating a splash by launching something new and amazing. On Monday, Brian Clark shared a strategy for telling a more gripping story by using the framing power of contrast. And he showed
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A Quick-Start Guide to Video Content: Become Confident on Camera in 5 Steps

Videos are everywhere. They’re on your Facebook feed, your Instagram wall, and they also come up in search engine results. As a former TV journalist, I know that video is a powerful way to reach people — and being on camera regularly solidifies your connection with your audience. I had the pleasure (sarcasm intended) of
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Microsoft Updates Stream Video Service, Now Generally Available

Microsoft Updates Stream Video Service, Now Generally Available

In July 2016, Microsoft launched a preview release of an enterprise video service called Stream. At the time the company promised the service would become "the de facto video experience within Office 365," but we heard little of how that would happen — until today.  Today, Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft  announced

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How to Engage Customers With Video Experiences They Love

How to Engage Customers With Video Experiences They Love

Generation Z — the generation younger than millennials — has a radically different relationship with video than their parents. More than just passive entertainment, they see online video as a way to find practical information and instruction on everything from Minecraft to hair braiding to the latest dance moves.

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