Video is quickly gaining value as an SEO tool. According to Google, the time people spend watching YouTube on their TV has more than doubled year over year. [Source: Google, 2016] This HubSpot article by Amanda Zantal-Wiener has 7 Great Tips for optimizing your YouTube videos.
We just completed our 7th Annual Report for the Visiting Nurse Association of Somerset Hills [VNA]. Each year we balance the usual conflicting objectives: to communicate all the essential information with a visually pleasing result.
3 reasons why we think this publication is a win:
The main messaging has been carefully crafted to communicate the VNA’s core services quickly, accompanied by easy-to-read graphics showing the impact the VNA had on their community this year.
A clean design throughout communicates a lot of information in a way that does not overwhelm the reader.
Great photos speak volumes in communicating that the VNA’s services impact not only the patient, but also their loved ones – the very effective emotional “tug.”
Time to revisit your print collateral? Give us a call – we’re here for you!
In support of the Major League Lacrosse mllpinkchallenge.org campaign Warriorblack is providing the new duet stick to players to wear during the month of May. During the month of May, Major League Lacrosse teams will face off in the Real Men Wear Pink Challenge benefitting the American Cancer Society in the fight against breast cancer. Fans can pick their favorite player and pledge for every goal, save, or groundball they record. The funds raised by each player will help their team reach the top of the leaderboard and be crowned “Real Men Wear Pink Team of the Year.
Bev is at the Women’s Presidents Organization [WPO] 20th Annual International Conference in Orlando this week – what an energizing event!
Congratulations to the 50 fastest women-owned businesses!
1st: Orangetheory, Ellen Latham growing from $10.5m to $451m in only 4 years.
2nd: Pinnacle Group, Nina Vaca, in 4 yrs, $237m to $1.9 Billion
Crazy successful and so inspiring!
Today, we expect our smartphones to be able to do it all, and they often do manage to fulfill our needs in situations that formerly would have required much heavier equipment. If you speak at conferences, present information at meetings, or otherwise use slideshow presentations, you can use your smartphone to enhance the presentation — or even, in some cases, use them in place of a laptop to output the slideshow.
Assuming you’ve created the presentation on your computer, the first step is to get the presentation file onto your phone and be able to open it. Depending on your mobile operating system, you can transfer the file by connecting the phone to your computer via USB, wirelessly over Bluetooth, e-mail it to yourself, or put it into a cloud storage location or on a web server where you can download it to the phone. With Android phones, most of which have microSD cards, you can also transfer the files from your computer to the card (if your computer has an SD card reader) and then onto the phone that way.
There are dozens of apps with which you can view PowerPoint or OpenOffice presentations on your smartphone, whether it’s an Android, iPhone, or Windows Phone. Of course, Windows Phone has Office Mobile (including PowerPoint Mobile) built in. For Android, you can use ThinkFree Office Mobile Viewer, which is a “lite” (and free) version of ThinkFree Office.