Thanks again to everyone who braved the DC traffic and wind chill to join me in Georgetown for DC Social Media Week and my presentation, “Get Smart! Make Better Social Media Decisions through Analytics”. For those of you who weren’t able to catch the “show”, here’s the video:
YouTube is rolling out new features for their partners enabling them to use a new form of annotations. Previously, I felt that the annotations feature was a bit limited.
Sometimes the “best” TV commercials don’t require million-dollar budgets. Just great stories.
Thanks to all my fellow DC social media gurus for coming out to Manassas and completely filling the conference room on Wednesday. What a thrill. We had standing room only!
YouTube’s effort to remain the dominate force in streaming video received a nice boost today with its upgrade of the legacy-driven “Insights”.
If you have keywords that are highly competitive (and these days, who’s keywords aren’t), then you might want to think about repurposing your existing web content or blog post into a short, optimized for SEO video.
I recently conducted a webcast on this very topic to train a client’s staff on how they could incorporate video into their content strategy, even if they had never produced a video before.
1. Maria Ogneva’s post on “How to get your employees on board with your social media policy“. I’ve written a lot about this topic and constructed pages upon pages of policy for organizations, including development of a training program. Maria’s post is a great place to start. 2. Watch this …