Tag Archives: social media

Can Video Production Quality Matter a Little? (Please?)

Posted on 24. Mar, 2009 by Dan Dashnaw.

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There’s been a fair amount of discussion about the declining importance of video production quality in recent months. As you know, technology has induced a tsunami of ‘user generated’ video content by virtually eliminating the traditional barriers of entry, making it much easier for people to shoot and post videos to the web. All of [...]

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Something to Tweet About: Social Media Posts of the Week

Posted on 06. Mar, 2009 by Dan Dashnaw.

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There’s a ton of great blog content being created these days, and I’m well-aware that sifting through it all can be a bit overwhelming at times. For the sake of helping to ease the strain on your own filter, I’m now packaging up the most valuable posts that I’ve uncovered in my weekly web explorations. [...]

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Awaken The Video Production Ninja Within, Part 1: Ready, Set, Film.

Posted on 30. Jan, 2009 by Dan Dashnaw.

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This is the first in a series of posts that I’m putting together to help aspiring DIY video-makers film and produce better video for the web. Although the tips below may seem a bit obvious to a number of you, I run into questions about this stuff almost daily when talking to clients.  As such, [...]

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Social Media, the DIY Movement, and the Economy…

Posted on 06. Jan, 2009 by Dan Dashnaw.

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Do you handle a wider range of tasks by yourself today then you did a few years ago? I know that I do, and that most of my friends certainly do. Heck, even my parents are surprising me in this department. I guess it makes sense that as this democratization of information continues to evolve [...]

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