Using Video Production To Showcase Your Business

On May 14th, 2012, wrote:

Video marketing initiatives have changed the way websites and businesses are promoted. An evident reason for this would be the fact that videos are very entertaining and different from run-of-the-mill business promotion projects. Here, we are going to discuss the steps through which you can promote your software business using video production. The three main stages of producing video of any kind are pre-production, production and post-production. In pre-production, the tasks would be predominantly to plan the production. Budget, equipments required, expert consultation, location, etc are decided at this stage. In production, the planning done in the first stage is executed. Once the video production is on the flow, the video director shoots and is ready to transfer the same to the post-production department. When it comes to video production and marketing, it’s important to understand the kind of audience you would be targeting and what they think of or how they would respond to business videos. In the post-production – Read the full article

Are You Ready for HTML5? 11 Websites That Showcase What the Buzz is About

On December 15th, 2010, wrote:

As mentioned here last week, 2011 is about to bring lots of hotness on the World Wide Web. One of the things that we mentioned was the emergence of HTML5, a new markup revision of the HTML standard, and which is expected next year to extend its reach even wider. While HTML5 is still under development, developers, programmers, and tech companies are already adopting a number of its features. Even some of the world’s most popular websites are enabling support for HTML5. How fast it will replace Adobe Flash – if HTML5 will replace it at all – remains to be seen, but just in case you’re keen on checking out what the HTML5 buzz is all about, we’ve compiled a list of websites whose HTML5 features you can test-drive – right now. Dive into HTML5 Authored by Mark Pilgrim, this book explains and demonstrates HTML5 in a no-BS language that’s easy to understand. In the introduction, Pilgrim notes how – Read the full article