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This episode of the Daley Dose addresses Twitter and their rumored native video player. Like it or not, here it comes! Twitter is going native when it comes to uploading video to their platform. What that means to you, and frankly to me, is that we have one more site that requires us to upload an original file
The Foundation for the Developmentally Disabled in Naples, Florida held their annual fundraising event last week. The goal of this year’s event was to raise awareness and support for housing options for developmentally disabled adults. In this video we interviewed the Rochow family. What you don’t hear in the video is the heartbreaking detail of the health issues these parents are facing.
In this episode of the Daley Dose, Co-Host Matthew Dykes tells you why you should have fun with your numbers. In this short video he explains why stat videos work wonders for your business when communicating with clients and prospects. Believe it or not he actually makes learning about numbers fun to watch and he includes some very helpful information too. Hope you enjoy this episode!
This week in the Daley Dose we tell you how to start building your online video marketing engine. The first step to building a solid video marketing engine is to create a blog or website for your product, service or cause. This should be the destination your call to action drives your potential customers to. If you already have a website or an established blog then you are ready to start building your video marketing engine.
This week’s episode is about fun ways to use marketing, specifically Twitter. Thanks to Shannon Livingston of Blonde Empire for the request to cover this topic! So there are a lot of different ways to use Twitter and other social media sites but today I want to specifically address combining 2 unlikely things for one killer campaign. Take an inanimate object – Could be a toaster, a stuffed gorilla, a cause bracelet – whatever represents your organization or product visually. Then get your social media followers ENGAGED in an interactive campaign with your brand.
In this week’s episode of the Daley Dose I am joined by expert Mark Cyr of Dolphin Global Technologies. an expert in the area of Mobile marketing. Mark Cyr of Dolphin Global Technologies. We discuss video content and its effectiveness in engaging and sparking interest in consumers. Did you know that 80% of online visitors will watch a video in its entirety compared to just 20 percent who will read content all the way through? We also discuss if the length of a video make a difference, especially when being watched on a mobile device, where screens are smaller. We also cover trends and what that means to your business.
Can six seconds really be worth it? You may have picked up from the title that what I am going to discuss in this Daley Dose episode is Vine videos. Vine allows six second videos to be created and shared on Twitter. Vine brings big attention to small screens. Some major brands pay up to $25,000 per six-second video to place sponsored posts on Vine, Instagram (15 seconds) and Snapchat.
This episode of the weekly web series, the Daley Dose, is about Driving donations digitally. Google partnered with Millward Brown Digital to conduct an online survey using panelists who researched a non-profit within the past 12 months using a panel of 2 million U.S. consumers. Matt shares some of the key findings with you in this short video. If you’re a non-profit that engages in fundraising this is a useful tool with lots of information for you – enjoy!
After spending many years in the national television market, on various sides of the production and broadcast process, we know without a doubt that there isn’t a simple answer for someone looking to get into producing a weekly television program. There’s no “one size fits all” solution and the costs vary wildly depending on what market you are in and about a million other factors.
Hash tags aren’t too terribly new yet they are still new enough that people always ask me what a hashtag is and why or how would they do one?
To the social media novice, hash tags might seem confusing and annoying but if you understand their purpose and learn how to use them, Hash tags are a powerful tool to help you engage your target audience and increase your brand awareness.