Do you have goals? Do you find that at times you are finding it hard to reach them? At times the most simplest answers help alleviate the most challenging obstacles. The social media success board allows us to use weekly challenges and objectives to reach our goals. We set them up. Each time we achieve are objective we put a star on the board. The more stars the more success.
I love music. In high school in Israel, I had a chance to combine that love with an important lesson in perseverance. From seventh through twelfth grades, I played rhythm guitar and wrote songs for a band. I also served as sound engineer and band manager. We knew we made good music, and it was important for us to get our name out there. We performed everywhere we could and participated every year in the Battle of the Bands. Our goals were always the same: improve our songs, gain name recognition, and develop a fan base.
With each concert, our sound improved and our songs became catchy tunes. At our final band concert, just before we all went into the army, more than 600 people attended. Nearly all the songs we performed that night were original songs.
It wasn’t easy. We had to be persistent. We didn’t always get the gig, the first place finish, or the cash prize. But failure sparked our determination to pursue success. The drive to succeed can emerge whenever we must confront obstacles.
Tech Success can help both individuals and businesses put themselves in the best position to overcome the pitfalls of the current economic conditions. Tech Success empowers individuals to turn weaknesses into their greatest strengths.
Only when we face adversity directly can we move forward to become the leaders of tomorrow. Tech Success can be your helping hand in this Digital Age.
These days watching a post on video is common. YouTube has become the second most popular search engine. This is because as consumers we are interested in the stories. Reading them is one thing. Hearing them is yet another. But watching a story that combines multiple elements, now that requires skills.
Just like any other story, there are many stages in producing your final version. You will take from here, cut from there and move things around. The key to your final product is knowing what you have jotted down all around.
A master editor can take many elements and weave them together to get their message delivered. One important things is knowing where to find all the resources to get your clip. It is not the video that matters. It is the message the your video is able to deliver to your viewers.
In every office and most homes you will find at least one magazine. In it you will find reviews of a certain product or service. These reviews are usually written by a staff writer or an independent reviewer. The only way for you to get to know anything about the place, product or service is by reading the review. Have you experienced reading something just to be disappointed you did not agree with the person writing the wonderful review?
What if things could be different? What if you got an up close and personal assessment? What if you were able to review the business for yourself? These days more and more business are turning to video sharing as a way to get their story out to potential clients.
In the food industry this might mean a walk into the kitchen to see how a certain dish is being prepared.
Adding the personal touch brings people closer to your brand. The success of any product or service depends on how well it is. The use of video to deliver up close informative details to your clients leads to more business. Video use is one channel leading to Tech Success in the social channel mix.
Today consumers are much more interested in knowing more about what is in the package and how it was put together. The more we can inform consumers about the process, the more they will be engaged with the brand.
The proverb says that “a picture is worth a thousand words”. For many years people have flocked art galleries to view paintings and photographs. Many people are gifted writers and our mind is able to draw amazing pictures based on the words that we read. Yet, describing something by drawing or taking a photo seems to move us.
So if one picture is worth a thousand words what would be the value of a video?
In 1895 the Edison Manufacturing company released the first public projection machine. Over the next 100 years people flocked to cinema theaters to watch the productions. We know that television became very popular and the increased enjoyment of watching moving pictures in your own privacy became even greater. Over the years people have bought their own video cameras and created small home made movies to share with family and friends.The problem was that sharing any type of homemade production was very costly.
It was only in 2005 that sharing of any moving pictures became “easy as pie”. YouTube launched the next great sensation of public projection. YouTube made it easy for users to download a movie to the company server and let the user send a short link to the home made videos and tell-a-friend. Another great improvement was allowing videos to easily be embedded in profiles of social networking services.
Now any video could be shared easily and viewed at no additional cost to the producer. Today, over sixty five thousand video are downloaded each day and added to the databanks of YouTube.
YouTube is only one of a growing number of video sharing social networks. How many times have you recieved link to view video on social networks? How many movies have you viewed on social networks? Have you created your own video to post on social network?
What are you waiting for?