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This is really a hot topic. People know they need blogs, but are nervous about where the content will come from, I deal with it every week. Unless they are just pushing an ebook and don't have an actual business behind them, these suggestions are a great to unplug a flood of content!
3 years ago on 5 Content Marketing Assets You Forgot You Had
@rosemaryoneill As Stanford said, screencasts are great! Once I got comfortable using them I loved it. Camtasia is the program I use. Well worth it for high quality professional looking videos. And as far as equipment goes, you already have a computer, and if you are using a modern laptop it may have a mic built right in. If not they are cheap enough - less than 20 bucks. The trick is (like Nike says) just do it! :)
What a great post! I have been following Derek for a while now and convinceandconvert for a little less time, but it was great to see you guys together. A bunch of great info in there. And yeah, what are you going to do with 140 characters? I use twitter as my personal article bookmarking service. I don't engage with it. Not yet anyway. Thanks again!
3 years ago on Social Pros 12 – Derek Halpern, Social Triggers