Use online video to Get Seen and drive your business to new heights
The new rules of social media are constantly changing. The world of online video is exploding. Hollywood is getting into the game, professional actors and writers are joining in, and independent producers are finding their niche. Now, companies are wide awake to the new opportunity that video presents for product and brand promotion, as well as long-term customer engagement.
Are you paying attention? Are you getting your business seen?
In Get Seen, online video maven Steve Garfield offers a quick and complete toolkit that shows you how to get the massive exposure that online video can give your business. Want proof? Look inside for:
Video is the ideal way to tell your story, which leads to more business.If you're ready to take full advantage of the newest resource in thesocial media arsenal, Get Seen is the guidebook you need.
"Steve Garfield is hilariously awesome. He gave us timely advice when we started our videoblog, and now he's put that advice and more into this ridiculously thorough guide."
—JIMMY FALLON, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Steve Garfield works with and advises Fortune 500 brands, such as AT&T, Kodak, Nokia, and Panasonic, and media outlets CBS, NBC, and PBS. Nationally featured on CNN, Garfield is the Boston correspondent for the pioneering video podcast Rocketboom and a longtime video blogging expert. He lectures on new media at Boston University, Northeastern, and Emerson College. Garfield also serves as an advisor to many of the Web's early video startups. For more information, please visit: stevegarfield.com/getseen
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This book is just too dated. Some of the ideas are OK but I would look elsewhere.because of the speed of technology this book is ( at least the edition I received) isn't great.Published 3 months ago by Mr. Beeps
I'm sure it was a great book when it first came out, but it is now way outdated.Published 8 months ago by TheReviewed
I am looking to post episode-like videos on YouTube and other video sites. There is a little to be gleaned from this book pertaining to that but this book is mostly geared toward... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was actually really excited to get this book, but once I opened it I realized that a lot of the tips are from the 2008 era. Read morePublished 16 months ago by reviewer483
I bought this book after reading all the reviews on Amazon. Unfortunately this book didn't turn out to be very useful. Read morePublished 21 months ago by R. Gardner
Not sure why one of the respected books I read recommend this one but I was not at all impressed. Alot of fluff and outdated product information. Would pass on this one.Published on August 3, 2013 by John D.
Very good suggestions for the implementation of convergent technologies to leverage yourself into the multi-media realms of the convergent world.Published on December 8, 2012 by Tim
Some books have an expiration date and this is one of them. I guess when Steve wrote this book doing a CNN iReport was a magical thing because he mentions it often. Read morePublished on November 7, 2012 by George F. Reinhart
Things change, and online video is rapidly progressing.. you will learn more just using social media (and youtube) and checking their help video's.Published on August 13, 2011 by M. Esslinger