Could YouTube be the next curator of fine art? Well, today the Guggenheim Museum launched their YouTube Play contest, which invites YouTube creators to get their most creative videos recognized as digital art. The deadline is July 31, 2010 and a full list of submission criteria is available on their YouTube channel, but here are some of the highlights: (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘video marketing’
Video blogging (or vlogging) has gained a lot of popularity in recent years and for good reason. They give the feeling of being raw, honest, and can be the perfect way to steadily build an audience over time. Anyone can host a web video series. In fact, being an unconventional host can work in your favor by getting people’s attention. If you don’t believe me, check out the board game review video series Games with Hayden, featured below.
If you’re considering starting a web video series of your own, here’s a few tips to live by: (more…)
Getting your internet video seen among the millions of options on YouTube takes a lot of luck and a little bit of strategy. This is the first of what will be an ongoing series of posts on the topic of YouTube viral video marketing strategies. My first piece of advice for getting your video to go viral (i.e. getting it shared between friends by the thousands and hopefully millions) is to channel your inner Lady Gaga. (more…)
I’ve heard it said many times that you should be careful what you write in social networking sites because your words could last forever. How about with video? With all the video blogs out there, it’s pretty easy to just hit that shiny red Record button and start ranting about something you’re fired up about. Is this good or bad for business? Wouldn’t this help us build a hard core following of like-minded people?
My advice is to be (more…)
I have to hand it to Domino’s. They’ve really taken the idea of social media and led the charge by embracing the 2-way conversation of Web 2.0 and using it to build a better business. This is a conversation I often have with my video production clients when they’re hesitant about making the move toward social media and letting public opinions become visible for the world to see. Negative comments and criticism isn’t something (more…)