I just finished reading my copy of Launch by Mike Stelzner, of Social Media Examiner.  Wow – what perfect timing.  Half a year ago I shifted from client work and consulting to product creation.  Today, the gates are now open on my own launch, and consulting work is integrated.  The timing of this book couldn’t be more fitting.  Watch my video for the review of this book.  You must get your hands on it soon!

http://youtu.be/T_OGww21m-U?hd=1

By the book at: Launch: How to Quickly Propel Your Business Beyond the Competition

And, come see Social Mobile Local Marketing Pros to learn what I’ve been working on so hard for this year.

Social Mobile Local Marketing Pros

 

 

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Show notes:

People Are Talking In Press Releases, But Is Anyone Listening?
How to source $180K of business on LinkedIn
3 Reasons Marketers are Unable/Unwilling to Measure ROI
Altimeter Offers Social Media Championing Research With Strategist Report
Using Article Marketing To Drive Search Engine Results
Avoid this Kinect mistake
Live Broadcasting Theme for WordPress Launched
Export Google Waves as ZIP Archives Before the Shut-Off
iTunes Ping comes to Twitter
Digg adds curated breaking news to its front page
WordPress ecommerce takes another leap forward with MarketPress

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Why should you be connecting with others through video marketing? What do you do if you don’t have a lot of technical experience or gear? To start – you’ll need a camera. Dave Saunder‘s recommended “The Flip Mino” to me. Immediately, I recorded opening mine to share the features of it.

It’s pretty easy to use. Plug the usb device into the computer, copy the file to the computer and upload to your favorite sites. Here’s the first video I created with it:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8miOtAvm_E[/youtube]

Lessons learned

  • don’t shoot video in front of the video
  • do record more content and submit

Get a simple camera, and get recording! Did this post give you any ideas, and have we connected? Please leave comments!