I will be speaking at the Type-A Mom conference on September 24, 2010 with Wendy Lou on How Businesses Can and Should Get Personal. The Type-A Mom Conference is a blogging and social media conference designed to take your media presence to the next level.
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I attended social media training on video production and marketing hosted by
G Social Media at the Grove Park Inn on May 27, 2010. Highlights are below.
(Presenters are noted by their Twitter handle with the @ sign.)
- When making presentations, make sure the font is large enough to read in the audience. (@PSAVAsheville)
- Adding clips as an overlay to footage that is blurry or shaky can make your video more interesting. (@revpictures)
- Move and zoom your video camera very slowly to create better quality video. (@ashevillevideo)
- Create videos that follow your passion to move and inspire the viewer. (@BourneMedia)
- Videos for social media can be more casual and in the moment with less editing. (@BourneMedia)
- It would be nice to have one quality video you chose to represent your business, whether done by professional or yourself. (@BourneMedia)
- Which small video camera is the favorite to use. (Flip Video for @GSocialMedia, Kodak Zi8 for @BourneMedia, Sanyo Xacti for @angelashelton).
- WNC Films is bringing films and film production to Asheville with a new twist: featuring Asheville as itself instead of a place that looks like some other place. (Judson Matthews)
Thank you to G Social Media and the presenters for sharing their collective experience on using video and social media.