Monthly Archives: April 2014

April 2014

How Should Organizations Approach Rolling Out Video?

It’s exciting when our clients are rolling out video. We love to watch the traffic grow. Making a number of videos at once realizes a number of advantages–you’ll save money in your video production costs, be able to realize a coherent plan for your video strategy, and make your own internal processes more efficient. But […]

The Future of Video Includes Frequent Video Publishing

A number of signs suggest that the future of video is in very frequent publishing. In a few short years, YouTube channels of typical associations, nonprofit organizations, and businesses will publish videos every week and, for many, even more often. Short has always dominated online video, and it’s likely that YouTube will look […]

What’s the Value of Member Testimonials on Video?

logo plain Whats the Value of Member Testimonials on Video? %pageIt was MiniMatters’ pleasure recently to work with the Association Foundation Group (AFG) ┬áto create a series of testimonial videos featuring members, a great option for growing an association’s video presence online. It’s an effective way to meet a number of goals, as we’ll explain below.

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Are People Using DVDs Anymore?

Here at MiniMatters, most of our clients make video with the express intention of sharing it on the web–on YouTube, their organization’s website, and elsewhere on the web. It’s easy and convenient, and so many people are watching video on the web that it just makes sense. But it’s not unusual for our clients to […]

YouTube Links and How They Work

YouTubemychannel YouTube Links and How They Work %pageA key distinction between types of links is nofollow and dofollow links. The difference between nofollow links and dofollow links is that Google uses only dofollow links in making search engine rankings. Nofollow links on their own will not improve the position in a Google search of […]