Bessie is a writer and marketing professional. She is passionate about media in all its myriad forms, an avid fan of live music and baseball, a frequent traveler, and a consummate foodie. She grew up in the Driftless area of Western Wisconsin, moved to Western Massachusetts for college and several years after, and then migrated back to the Midwest. She now lives in Madison, Wisconsin with her baby boy, teenage daughter, fiancé, two cats, and approximately 3 dozen house plants.
As video marketing has emerged as the leader of the content marketing pack, it can be cumbersome to keep up with current trends, not to mention expensive and time-consuming to deliver loads of video. The good news? You can keep it simple and still succeed. Take our advice, and you’ll be ditching antiquated talking head videos for fresh new video in no time.
Modern video conferencing is a streamlined solution for helping people feel like they’re in the same room, but does it really move the needle as far as problem solving or idea sharing? One way to alleviate some of the more common pitfalls of the video conference call is to employ a virtual whiteboard.
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