Video Response “Tweetheart TV” How to do a video response

Recently I did a video post spotlighting Stephanie Wonderlin  host of Tweetheart TV, an interactive video show that highlights, social media news, tips and reviews. Tweetheart TV is a true interactive show that allows the viewer to watch more contact through a video menu. Stephanie asked her viewers to submit a video response for ideas for her upcoming shows on Tweetheart TV.

 

 

So how do you make a video response? How can you leverage this powerful action in social video engagement? It is easy to do a video response in YouTube. Doing a video response is simple and outlined on this link. Making a video Response

To make a video response click on all comments listed below the video. A hyperlink will appear on the right side of the comments box “Create a Video Response”. The next step is choosing a video, either from your existing videos or uploading a new video.

Video Spotlight Social Media ROI Qualman Animation

Today I want to Spotlight Erik Qualman again.  The following video talks about Social Media
ROI.  What I like about this video is the creative use of Xtranormal Software to tell the story in animation form.  If you are camera shy or simply don’t have a camera, software like Xtranormal could be a great option for telling your business story video.

Socialnomics Amazon Book Review “Social Video Engagement”

I honestly feel that use of Amazon.com is a perfect example of true social video engagement. It provides an open platform for viewers and readers to respond to products and services and provide feedback on the review. The keyword is SOCIAL. Video Reviews on sites like Amazon.com combine the essential elements of participation and engagement; a reviewer can review your video review.

My review link for Amazon for Erik Qualman’s Book
http://www.amazon.com/review/R2YUQKAKVMB4ZQ/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm

As Erik states we, businesses, no longer have a choice on whether we do social media: the question is how well we do it.

Throughout the entire book there are business case studies, examples of social media trends and the way we should engage our customers today. Each chapter as a dedicated section on chapter key points which helps the reader summarize important points. Erik’s shares several business examples and breaks down the complex issues in real world business analogies so the reader can conceptualize and visualize and recognize the business story content.

Examples in the book’s first eight chapters, include some of the following, presidential election impact of social media, how news today is distributed via social media and correspondence with traditional media, print, tv, radio etc, digitizing the blogosphere, word of mouth power of social media, corporate examples from numerous industries. Erik takes a strong look at social media from a generation perspective, Social Commerce trends in e commerce, social media sites influence over search engines, network TV, internet on demand business trend and even trends in job search and the recruiting process

Chapter nine includes a bonus Social Media Rolodex and resources, digital education center..
Chapter Ten, other insights and FAQs, Erik highlights the social media escalator the impact of listening and engaging your customer in the business process. He also takes on the topic of ROI and social media with descriptions and examples. Social media trends are evolving and updates for this book can be found at www.socialnomics.net

The shift in social media has changed the landscape on how we conduct business and listen and respond to our customers. We now live in new world, a social media revolution. And this book is a resource and playbook for understanding this from a business perspective. Is social media a fad, you must be mad, read this book in you will be hooked.

Checkout more of video book review on Amazon or my video reviews section on this website.
http://amzn.to/Dougamazonreviews

Social Video Selling with Nan Ross Replay

Listen to internet radio with Nan Ross on Blog Talk Radio

Had a great time today with Nan Ross discussing the power of social video for customer engagement. Checkout the audio replay.

Talking Social Video Engagement with Nan Ross

On Wednesday, April 20. I will have the pleasure of being a guest on blog talk radio with Nan Ross, “Social Media with Nan Ross” We will discuss the topics of social video for customer engagement.

Topic Questions:
Why is video is an awesome media to engage customer and audience
Types of engagement videos for businesses
Simple tips and strategies on how to leverage customer engagement VSEO
What makes a compelling and engaging video.
Examples and case studies “Amazon” “Video Testimonials”

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nanross

Please Tune-in to “Social Media with Nan Ross”
Show Page Link: http://budurl.com/SocialVideoSelling
Show Date: April 20, 2011
Show Time: 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm Eastern, 1:00 pm Central, 11:00 am Pacific

Video Engagement Tips 101 – March Madness

March Madness Video Engagement Tips 101. It is that time of year when March Madness NCAA Hoops Tournament is in full effect. I have a strong passion for video and College Basketball. In keeping with the theme, I decided to create a quick video on tips for producing an online video with emphasis on leveraging social selling and customer engagement .

This video slideshow was developed with a simple flip camera using window movie maker as an editing tool with voice over narration. I try to keep it simple.

Video SEO and my lunch box

How simple is it to make video impact on your SEO?  Last a week, my own lunch box was posted on YouTube by Desiree Peeples.  Yes my own childhood lunch box at my co-working office refrigerator in Atlanta.   What is ironic about this story was that I was researching Desiree’s work and saw my own lunch box on her YouTube Channel.  This Saturday, I will have opportunity to hear Desiree speak at a Video Boot Camp here in Atlanta.

Here are my takeaways, strategically tagging, adding keywords and describing your video with creative and compelling titles can leverage your SEO.  My own lunch box video is on the first page of Google after one video post.   This video stands out with simple placement and implementing metadata on your video.

 

 


With proper optimization, video increases the chance of a front-page Google result by 53x. (Forrester Research, January 2010)

A simple lunch and learn from my old school lunch box.

More on Desiree checkout her website http://www.mommyreporter.com/

Hear Desiree Speak in Atlanta Saturday March 19 A Digital Boot Camp, Web Video 101 – Produce Engaging Content http://bit.ly/atlantavideo101

Filming Outside Atlanta Challenges Delivering The Message

Things to consider when filming outsideIn this video I should have made the following changes to make it more compelling and engaging. When filming video on a rooftop beware of the wind and background sound.  An external microphone or a lavaliere mic can help with sound quality issues. During the jump cut or transition cut, my image was too dark and natural lighting did not provide clarity. Make sure you are aware of the shadowing effect and place your subject in a well-lighted place.

My objective and intent is to be genuine and authentic delivering my message to the city of Atlanta, hence the background environment. My mission is to share tips on social media video through video blogging. An open platform for readers and viewers to conceptualize, visualize and recognize the influence and shift of online video marketing in today’s world.

In Lehman’s Terms “my journey seeking out social media video and sales promotion tips” Video Engagement 101.

Animoto and Social Video Sales coming attractions

Looking  forward to doing my webinar on how to enhance your sales process using social video on February 24.  More details to come.   Today I am spotlighting an awesome tool Animoto for slideshow production.  Checkout out Animoto.

QR Code – Your Brand “Jumpscan”

Create your own QR Code.  Try using  JumpScan.  A great way to share your virtual brand and contact information.   A QR reader is all it takes to scan your content.  Most smart phones have applications to do this. 

More Jumpscan  http://jumpscan.com/

To put it in Lehman’s Terms  “ Your own personal quick response barcode to scan, connect and share.

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