I love SCUBA! But I hate boats; not a good combination. So the closer to land I can dive, the better, which is hard to do. If you’re looking to learn to SCUBA, check out SCUBA Quest in Brandon, and say “hi” to Brandon while you’re there. (Yes, the town is Brandon, and the owner’s name is Brandon.)
Archives for April 2015
Coffee? Any excuse for coffee is a good one. But Amy Schmitauer and Tim Schmoyer are among the top. As is my early mentor, Dave Cooke.
As part of Florida PodFest 2015 (http://floridapodfest.com/), Mackey Productions, LLC is announcing introductory pricing on Podcast and YouTube production services. These services will be offered on a monthly subscription basis to help busy business owners create the content they need to be found on search engines in a consistent manner.
“Most small business owners don’t have time to write a blog post every week,” says Stuart Mackey, Founder and Creative DirectorÂ at Mackey Productions, LLC. “By creating multiple audio or video posts at once, and scheduling them to be released over the coming weeks or months, they can gain aÂ huge benefit to their search engine rankings.”
Podcast Production and YouTube Production Packages
Packages for audio and video production will start at one audio or video episode per month, up to weekly or daily options. Services will also include YouTube channel branding, social sharing, podcast host setup and iTunes submission.
YouTube Channels for Business
According to Entrepreneur Magazine:
A YouTube channel can put your business in front of today’s largest online viewing audience. Some 800 million people worldwide visit YouTube every month, many of them to research and discover products and services before investing in them.
If your company can reach even a fraction of that audience with your own branded YouTube video channel, the time and effort to create one can pay off, says Michael Miller, author of YouTube for Business: Online Video Marketing For Any Business (Que Publishing, 2nd edition, 2011). “YouTube is an incredibly effective tool for attracting new customers and even more effective for serving existing customers.â€
Coffee? Did someone mention coffee? This is probably the easiest creative project this month. And this actually wasn’t my first cup. This was my first cup at the Office. I make a whole “normal” pot at home in the morning.
And no, Keurig is not a sponsor, haha.
But If I have made you thirsty, you can buy one here:
(This is an affiliate link form which I may receive a small commission)