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YouTube vs. Facebook: Only One Of These Still Has An Audience | Betabeat

Is it possible that the King of social media could be taken down? The answer is…its already happening. Click on the link below for some hard facts about your need to put your business on YouTube.

YouTube vs. Facebook: Only One Of These Still Has An Audience | Betabeat.

Total Broadcasting Service puts you and/or your business on YouTube. You can’t use 20th Century business practices in the 21st Century and be successful. Grow your business. Join the 21st Century. Call Total Broadcasting: 425-687-0100.

 

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Video Marketing with Total Broadcasting

Video marketing of one kind or another is the wave of the future, no matter what your business. We were happy to be asked to be guest blogger on Realtor Nathaly Kolp’s blog site this past week. See it on the link below and learn why we got into the business and why it’s important for you to get into it too.

Video Marketing with Total Broadcasting.

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Cisco Predicts That 90% Of All Internet Traffic Will Be Video In The Next Three Years – SocialTimes.com

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90% of all internet traffic will be video in the next three years? Don’t bet on it. It will take half that time.

Cisco Predicts That 90% Of All Internet Traffic Will Be Video In The Next Three Years – SocialTimes.com.

When this exploding trend becomes even more powerful is when video production company’s like ours, Total Broadcasting Service, really begin earnest marketing to all businesses. We’re already there. But most video production companies still cling to their very expensive shooting and production techniques; which keep many people and businesses holding back on use of video. The technological capabilities now available to us make video interesting, effective and good quality while not costing an entire advertising budget like it used to and like it still does for many.

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When it comes to video- Try, try again.

It’s real easy to give in to the fear of talking on camera and never get around to doing your proper video marketing. One only needs to view a few of your own efforts when you tried but found yourself stumbling over words, or your hair was out-of-place or your make-up wasn’t just right and you gave up saying, “I hate seeing myself on video” or “I’m terrible on camera” or something similar. In this video Real Estate marketing expert Lisa Tremolada makes an easy and succinct point that I think a lot of people forget about.

I’ve recorded myself on video for various tips and advice segments 40-or-50 times in the past couple of years, as you can see here. I never get it right on the first shoot. I usually need 5-6 shoots before I settle on one I like.

Taking the point even further, while video is relatively new to me, I’ve been doing voice recordings professionally since 1985 even when there is no camera and I’m only working with a microphone I seldom bang-out a clean recording on the first shot.

You can do it. Just be more forgiving of yourself and try, try again.

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HOW TO GET MORE VIEWS!

Today’s video blog is short and sweet and suggests an excellent method for getting more video views on YouTube. This tip is for those making their own videos. If a professional service is producing your videos, like Total Broadcasting Service, ask if they can incorporate this simple step for you into your videos. In the case of our company, Total Broadcasting Service, the answer is definitely “YES”, we can do this for our customers videos.

Life without Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Online- Michael is wired

Michael Schuett- wired

I’m a resident of the great Northwest, just outside Seattle. You may have seen in national news reports this week that our region was slammed with a pretty severe winter storm

Snowy Renton Street

Snowy Renton Street

this week. Snow, followed by icy rain followed by more snow. Like hundreds of thousands of Washingtonians from Olympia to Bellingham my home and office were left without electrical power (yawn) and without internet access (GASP!). The storm was so bad it knocked out cell towers throughout the area, so even my mobile device was useless in keeping me current with all my peeps on the internet. I was seriously traumatized.

The Los Angeles Times and other news sources have slammed Seattlites for their ineptitude when the snow hits. The criticism is somewhat deserved, and yet, there is a reason we’re called the Evergreen State. We have an awful lot of tall Evergreens throughout the hills and mountains around here that make up our topography. When their branches get weighted down with snow and ice they often fall onto something and far too often its power lines. And for those not from here you’d be as amazed at all the hills and mountains around here that we regularly drive on, as I have always been amazed at how flat so much of the rest of the country is. Let me tell ya, it’s a lot more difficult to drive on a snowy, icy 30-degree hill than on one that is flat.

A generator I purchased for my family home during the last serious ice storm in 2005 enable me, my wife, and kids to slog through the past two days with virtually all the normal comforts of a nice middle class home. Our Direct TV dish meant there was no cable to lose. So we had tv. But Comcast, once again, couldn’t handle the outage and couldn’t deliver our internet service. And newscasts predicted that power would remain out until the weekend.

The first half of Thursday I was plenty busy trying to get the generator running and my family’s needs met for what we anticipated as being a long period of inconvenience. I tried making some business calls from my cell phone yesterday, but found those I was trying to reach unavailable, dealing with the same weather and problems I was. I woke this morning with no expectation that power would come back before tomorrow. So psychologically I had checked out for the day. I wasn’t prepared to conduct business without the internet, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

Since my company, Total Broadcasting Service, began offering video production for internet marketing two years ago so much of my time has been spent promoting it on the various social media sites I had literally forgotten there are other ways to conduct business. How soon we forget. I was a late comer to computers, and even later to conducting business on the internet. And yet I’d forgotten that up until 2005 I had managed a successful radio and then sales career never having used the internet at all. Can you imagine? Prior to that time all my internet usage between 1995 and 2005 had been strictly for personal “fun”.

My wits came back to me late this morning after 3-4 hours of prime Friday morning business time had been wasted. I went to my office picked up the phone and immediately began calling clients. It was hard because, as I’ve already said, I had already mentally checked-out for the day. Do you ever do that? Have you ever thought you had the day off or the rest of the day off and then had to suck it up and put in the time until the end of the day, like usual? It’s tough. But after a couple of hours I was back in the swing of it. I had several productive phone calls with several clients, scheduled a few call-backs, a few appointments and things were rolling like old times.

Then disaster struck…the power and internet service came back on. My first stop…my email…second? Facebook, followed by Twitter, then YouTube. I’m hopeless.

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