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Ryan Video Productions forming Hot Tub division

What does a Hot Tub have to do with video production?  Good question. The short and long of it is that we are starting a new division that will be acquiring a local hot tub repair business in Northern New Jersey.  For more information, we welcome you to visit Franklin Sporting Supply at www.jerseyhottubrepair.com
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Metadata and YouTube

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Don’t know what metadata is?  Then this video is for you. Maybe you already made a video and posted it on YouTube.  After getting shares from your 100 Facebook friends, nobody else even knows this video exists.  Have you told Google and the other search engines about your video so they can share the word with the world? This short tutorial will give you an overview on how to set up your video’s metadata so search...
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Video Mistakes and Solutions

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We’ve faced the facts:  everybody in the world has a video camera and half of them are shooting videos.  At least once a month, we get a call from someone with the question “I have some video footage and I need you to fix . . . . . ” Sometimes we can help, but often it’s a case of the old computer programmers’ saying:  “Garbage in, garbage out.”  We can filter out just so...
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Why testimonials don’t work

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by David Felder In the last post, we talked about how video program length effects prospect engagement and the number of sales leads you might get from your video.  Maybe you’ve corrected some of those issues, or at least you’re aware of them. The next reason why your video might not be providing the in-bound leads you were hoping for has to do with the program’s content. “Classic” marketing, if you want to call it that,...
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Video mistakes you want to avoid

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We have a lot of clients who film their own video footage and then bring it to us to complete. Sometimes, they film it at remote locations and just don’t have the budget to take a crew with them. Sometimes, they think they’re going to do the whole job themselves but run out of time and need help to complete the job. And sometimes, they just aren’t happy with the video footage they shot and...
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