What Are The Most Important Modern Marketing Skills in 2018?

The last few months I’ve been working on curriculums for digital marketing workshops and certifications for an international company and a university, respectively. It’s been an incredible journey – deeply analyzing how our marketers are being prepared in their formal degree programs, and identifying gaps that will make their skills more marketable in the workplace. Key to traditional degree programs is that the curriculae often take several years to be approved. Unfortunately, that puts graduates

Remark: Annotate and Collaborate Your Video Production

Remark allows you to invite users, collaborate and annotate your videos. You can use your existing video or hosting services like Vimeo, Dropbox, Box, Youtube. Everyone works from a private, unique link, enabling you to share and provide feedback directly from your team or your client without the need for an account. Feedback is collected with the video frame timestamped in the viewing room. You can export the notes directly into your video editing software

Video Marketing Works

Everyone is making their year-end predictions. I think you can forego all the hoopla and work your marketing strategy this coming year based on all the facts. Multi-channel strategies, marketing automation, mobile and video are going to continue to drive engagement and traffic to your business. Here’s a great infographic with fantastic stats that support your need to implement a formal video marketing strategy in 2014. Delos Incorporated shares these Video Marketing Tips: Plan –

4 Video Production Myths And Their Solutions

We’ve been encouraging all of our clients to leverage video as part of an overall online marketing strategy. Many of your web visitors are abandoning your site altogether because there’s no video. Others are not even making it there because your videos don’t show up in results in video searches. Youtube continues to be a leading search engine behind Google… and it’s a growing market. That said, there are a lot of misconceptions around video