Hollywood has taught us that bad guys hang out in the shadows. So, if your videos are dark people will automatically distrust you it’s true, so keep your videos nice and bright and nice and light and your audience will trust you more.
This video was filmed by Dom O’Neill – The Vlogging Guy from vlogify.net and filmed at the Vlogify Gren Screen Studio in Glasgow, Scotland.
The digital world and social media demands quality and engaging video content from you and your business. We no longer have a choice if we want to create web videos and Vlogs or not. Our customers are expecting and demanding them.
When it comes to digital success you need to get in early to beat the competition! Vlogging and web videos are already a major part of very successful digital media strategies. Do it for free or pay a pro like me, either way this 60 second web video tells you why you need to start vlogging right now!
Watch the Vlog hosted by Professional Content Creator Dom O’Neill from tUKe Productions (Glasgow, Scotland).
2017 is the year of business web videos and Vlogs on social media! That includes the likes of Facebook and of course Twitter. On the Vlog today Professional Content Creator Dom O’Neill from Glasgow based Content Creation Company tUKe Productions answers the question how long is too long for a video on Twitter? It’s a surprisingly simple answer but you might be surprised.
The digital world and social media demand quality and engaging content from you when you create web videos and Vlogs.
Its easy for digital experts to say “you need great content” but what is good content for a business web video or Vlog?
In this Vlog we find out what business audiences are wanting, needing and expecting from your videos.
This web video is hosted by Professional Content Creator Dom O’Neill from Glasgow Content Creation Company tUKe Productions
Quality web videos and Vlogs are a huge part of the online and social media landscape. Vlogs are short and engaging web videos usually about one particular subject. It’s quality content made daily, weekly or monthly and can be a very cost affective way to create video content and talk directly with your customers. This Vlog looks into why now is the time to start Vlogging. You can start tomorrow but your competitors may be vlogging today! The web video is presented by Dom O’Neill a Professional Content Creator from Glasgow.