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5 Questions to ask yourself about making video: Go Pro or DIY?

by David Felder Why bother paying for it? Your new smart phone cost you $199.  Among its many features, it claims hi definition video.  iMovie and Windows Movie Maker are inexpensive if not free video editing programs you can download from the web.  You’d have to be crazy to pay someone to shoot a video for you when you’ve got that much power in your hands, right? You may be right.  It all depends on...
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Seven Steps to Marketing Successfully on YouTube

by David Felder Take the video off of your website – and put it on your YouTube channel. A common mistake business make is posting video directly on their website.  Here’s why you shouldn’t: YouTube handles more searches every day than any other search engine.  A video posted directly on your website has less of a chance of being found then one posted on YouTube. YouTube has simple do-it yourself tools for search engine optimization....
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Buying a Hi-Def TV

While most people will agree that watching a movie in your home with a high definition television is more of a “movie experience” than on a standard television, there are many confusions and misunderstandings about what high definition really is. Lets go back in history about 70 years to the infancy of television to get a perspective about electronic pictures.
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Choosing a video producer

by David Felder What does a producer do? A producer is best described as a project manager who specializes in media presentations. Producers commonly fill the role of writer and director as well as organizer of your project. There are many types of producers, from high image advertising agencies, to artsy production houses, to independent consultants who hire out all technical services. When looking for a producer, several factors will help you make the right...
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