VMNP 004 - Hire a Videographer or Shoot It Yourself?
We're deep in the heart of Texas this week, preparing to speak to the Houston Association of Hispanic Media Professionals about smart phone video branding | Check out all the awesome chickens in my in-laws' backyard | When to hire the big video guns and when to shoot your own material | Even if your org has the budget to hire a videographer, should you ever shoot video yourself in-house? | We ask our listeners to leave a review of this show on iTunes | Smart phone video is a great idea because everyone, everywhere has got one | When to hire a professional video storyteller vs. when to shoot your own smart phone video | Creating video "updates" during major community-wide fundraising days | Make your own "live update" video cue card to help focus your on-camera remarks during a video post | We put our own suggested cue card to the test with a random audience member...will it work? | Ways to optimize your fundraising video posts on social media | The biggest advantage to using year-round smart phone video of your organization
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