Over the past few weeks we’ve been revealing the cost of some of the most popular advertising tools and online projects. In case you missed something, or just want to print out a cheat sheet to use when working on your 2013 budget, here’s a round-up of everything we covered.
Most of us fantasize about creating amazing DIY video that will cost next to nothing and go viral just like that. However, the unfortunate truth is that video is often more art than science, and most organizations will need to turn to a professional if they want something that’s polished and compelling.
Today’s post examines the cost of hiring a professional to produce a video.
Friday Linx is a recurring feature on our blog. We’re aiming to bring you a collection of links worth a read and cute cat video to ease you into the weekend. Today’s post includes my favorite cat video of all time and items on measuring pins to Pinterest from your site, Kony 2012, the new Facebook Causes, and conducting a professional photo shoot on the cheap.
Making a great video is hard, but once you do it’s still only half the battle. The second part is getting people to watch it. And before they can watch it, they need to click-to-play it. To solve this problem, it helps to think like an email campaigner. Think of the video title as an email subject line.
Are you interested in creating videos for your nonprofit organization or cause, but unsure about what kind of tools you need? This post discusses the available video editing tools. Today, there’s truly something for every budget and skill level.
Friday Linx is a recurring feature on our blog. We’re aiming to bring you a collection of links worth a read and cute cat video to ease you into the weekend. This week the conversation was dominated by Facebook IPO talk and the biggest PR fail in a long time, read our take here. You’ll also find items on Google+, creating good videos, building a blog following, fundraising, and training opportunities below.