Using Video on Your Website

Using Video on Your Website

Now that you know the differences between all the various social video platforms discussed in this series, it’s time to focus on your website. The typical thought for incorporating video on your website is by embedding a video that is hosted on YouTube or Vimeo....
Using Instagram and Snapchat

Using Instagram and Snapchat

In Using YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, and Wistia, I shared some tips about uploading produced videos to a variety of video platforms. In this post, I want to touch on two social and mobile platforms: Instagram and Snapchat. I have a lot more experience with Instagram...
Using YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, and Wistia

Using YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, and Wistia

In Using Facebook Live and Periscope, I shared different ways to use the live video features for social networks. In this post, I want to look at the four major video networks for hosting produced content. YouTube YouTube is the first video platform most people think...
Using Facebook Live and Periscope

Using Facebook Live and Periscope

Live video is amazing. At a push of the button, you can broadcast to your friends, family, followers, and constituents. At a live auction for your non-profit, use Facebook Live to send an immediate update to your donors. At Comic-Con, use Periscope to do a live...
“Getting Started With Video” Series

“Getting Started With Video” Series

Recently I was at a local event with several non-profit organizations in attendance that wanted to know more about video, specifically how to get started using video to tell their stories. Throughout August, I want to share some of the ways you can use video and the...