Pretty Good (But Not Best!) Practices for Video
As noted by keynote speaker Srini Rao at ASAE’s Great Ideas conference, “Best Practices” is the worst phrase ever. It's a term that promises results without taking risks. And when you achieve something safely, you're missing an opportunity to achieve something truly innovative.
During the same conference, it was my pleasure to lead a workshop on video marketing with an esteemed panel. Pooling together our collective experiences, we didn’t offer “best practices” so much as ideas that worked for some people and may work for your organization. Or may not. And that’s OK, too.
Here are a few freebies from the three-hour bootcamp, which may trigger a eureka experiment. Or have you totally nod your head and say, “Hmm.”
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Offering a Nerd’s perspective to the interactive session, I was joined by other panelists, including Sabrina Kidwai and Nelson Cuellar of ASAE, as well as Association Studios’ Jim Wacksman.
Reach out to us today to talk about the not best video practices for your organization.