These four tips really work!
I’m grateful that a seasoned PR pro (a member of our very own tribe) sent this my way.
You should always review and double-check your work before you release one of your projects for public view.
I’m sure you’d agree that offering the excuse of a tiny budget or a tight deadline to justify skipping the final quality control process is the desperate tactic of a lazy amateur.
Besides, those excuses never work for me no matter how many times I’ve tried them.
So, given the exploding popularity of video, this straight-forward article containing a few suggestions for making your future video production “bulletproof” comes at a good time.
I called our colleague on my cell phone to thank him personally for emailing me this link.
“Close your eyes to experience a video?” he asked. “What in the world are you talking about?”
“I’m talking about the article you sent me,” I responded somewhat sheepishly. “You must know the one I mean. It starts out by saying you can improve your video projects by closing your eyes… Now do you remember it?
“Oh yeah, ” he said. “Now I do. I forgot it was actually about video production. I thought I sent you tips on how school communicators could get more enjoyment out of reading your Encourager. Closing my eyes always works wonders for me.”