Meeting Report: Sunday June 3rd

Meeting reports:


David Tamés’ meeting report blog post


David Tamés’ Photos on Flickr

Interesting
Steve Garfield’s Photos on Flickr.


Beth Kanter’s Photo’s on Flickr.

Beth Kanter’s Meeting notes on her blog.


VIDEO: We went around the table and heard from everyone.

Beth Kanter lead us in a discussion about how to get your video seen. Using social media tools and other methods to help people find your videos.

VIDEO: Getting Your Video Seen.

Here are some of Beth’s ideas:

-Use of tags — many as possible to describe your videoblog post
-Tag your video blog post into del.icio.us – forward to your del.icio.us
network
-Screenshot in flickr with url to blog post or videoblog post
-Send your flickr screenshot to groups, contacts
-email to list of friends
-RSS feed (of course)
-send your video to appropriate groups on video hosting sites
-ego feed and topic feed via watchlists on technorati – and comment on those
blogs with similar content and leave your url
-linked in appropriate directories/collections related to your topic
-posted to blog, ping technorati
-post to any social networking profiles and ping your friends

Here’s her presentation and a wiki with tons of resources.

Take a look at this article she recommends for ideas:

Online Marketing Strategies: Ten Ways To Promote Your Business With Social Media

In the News:
CBS Partners With Leading Community Sites and Social Application Providers to Add New Layer of Interactivity to the CBS Audience Network

Martin Varsavsky: My Investments in the Video Online Space and My Take on the Whole Sector

33 Places to Hangout in the Social Networking Era

NEXT MEETING: SUNDAY JULY 1st.

Everyone is welcome.

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3 Responses to Meeting Report: Sunday June 3rd

  1. JohnC says:

    Can’t make this meeting… I’ll be in Alaska… I’ll try to twitter in, or Ustream, but then again it will be 6:30 am (6 am for the shmoozing part) Alaskan time and I’ll probably be hung over from too many Alaskan Ambers.

    But in honor spring check out my newest fun project using the intervelometer setting in the FireStore hard drive recorder that I showed off at the last meeting:

    http://themudthebloodthebeer.com under the post Arbor Day.

  2. Karma says:

    Phil Shapiro recommended I ask you people for help.
    Can anyone tell me how to edit an interview that I recorded using Skype, computer to computer? I used their recorder called Pamela. Now I don’t know how to transfer that recording to my computer so I can use Audacity to edit.
    I’m hoping to create podcasts for my blogs.
    Thanks for any help.

  3. Beth Kanter says:

    Great meeting!! Thanks for taking great photos and notes!