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1. The Video Reformation Podcast, Ep. 37: Video for Internal Communications 2. Staying Safe on Set in a Pandemic 3. Vidyard Powers New Video Insights and Reporting Tools in HubSpot Video 4. Why Jargon May Be Damaging Your Content 5. Using Data from Reports to Improve B2B Customer Support
Fun Fact: In 1996, a U.S. Congressional candidate who stripped down to his underpants during a live televised debate still received 32% of the vote.
TVR Podcast, Ep. 37 How to Use Video for Internal Communications
Using video for your internal communications has become more important than ever.
This week, Ben and Justin discuss some ways to use video for your internal communications including employee to employee, management to employee, and employee on-boarding. Oh, also sending endless suggestions for ways to make the newsletter “better” and “funnier” and “more Ben-focused.”
Watch now by clicking the play button above, or listen now by clicking the ‘listen now’ button below.
Is it possible to run a shoot safely in a pandemic? If you’re in the world of video production, you’re well aware of the extreme precautions needed to shoot in the time of COVID19. Fare thee well, bowl of loose trail mix at the craft services table.
Vidyard Powers New Video Insights and Reporting Tools in HubSpot Video [Vidyard]
To support the growing appetite for video in business, Vidyard and HubSpot have developed new analytics and reporting functionality –– now available in HubSpot Video. The best part? These new analytics are gluten, carb, and fat-free, with just 90 calories per video.
Why Jargon May Be Damaging Your Content [Contently]
Researchers at Ohio State asked a group of consumers to read three paragraphs about technology that only included simple terms. They had another group read three paragraphs on the same topic –– filled with jargon.
Contently explains the dangers of jargon in marketing content, a web-based article you can efficiently access, download, review, and internalize through individualized critical analysis and intelligent data processing by navigating to the pre-defined hyperlink provided here.
Using Data from Reports to Improve B2B Customer Support [Team Support]
Reports. Customer support teams have to run them, read them, receive them, submit them, explain them, show appreciation for them, love them, argue with them, occasionally sleep on the couch over them, ultimately apologize to them and eventually make up with them. But do they actually understand them?