What We Know Is True
We’ve spent the last week as a team moving through discomfort to talk, learn, and try to figure out our place in this movement—as a group of people with the shared truth that black lives matter and unique ways of expressing that in our personal lives, and as an organization with influence that can be applied for good.
Creating Content While Your Customers are Stuck at Home
With more people staying home, content consumption is higher than ever before. To help you keep up, we’re sharing six examples of video content you can create to connect with your customers.
How We Can Help Adapt Your Business from In-Person to Virtual
Times are tough, and we’d like to help you as much as we can. In this blog, we share some ways we can assist you in producing content in our current global situation.
A Beginners Guide to YouTube SEO: How to Optimize Your Videos
You can publish an amazing video on YouTube, but if you don’t optimize it, will anyone be able to find it? Probably not. Today we’re sharing 10 simple things…
10 Tips for Conducting a Successful Interview
I spent several years of my career as an editor for a magazine publisher that serves content to millennials, regularly interviewing nonprofit founders, musicians, and tastemakers.
Set Etiquette 101
A production set should run like a well-oiled machine, with a clear chain of command and delegated responsibilities. When you’re on a set—regardless of your role—it’s imperative that you know who each department’s supervisor is at all times and that you maintain clear communication with them so you fully understand what’s expected of you.