Learn about the Power of Social Networking and Video Blogging at WPPI


If you’re planning to attend WPPI’s annual tradeshow and conference next week, might I encourage you to drop by Studio B at the MGM Grand, Monday, February 16 at 8 am for a stellar presentation: Branding, Blogging, and Videos…Oh My! I’m teaming with world renown photographer and ShowIt Fast and ShowIt Sites founder/CEO David Jay for what should be a very dynamic presentation. We plan to talk about the power of social networks and videos in building your business and extending your brand. How can you use Facebook, Twitter, blogs, and videos effectively in your marketing mix. Topics will include:

  • Planning and producing video podcasts: the how and the why
  • Effective video promo production: why the MTV-style slideshow is a mistake.
  • Using video distribution sites, like blip.tv, Vimeo, and even the iTunes store.
  • Marketing strategies to get your videos seen.
  • Building social networks.
  • Effectively using blogs to market your brand.
  • And more!

Whether you’re a pro photographer or videographer, I am confident you’ll find the information helpful.

And to entice you, we plan to give away some goodies. I can’t tell you what they are now, but it’ll be great stuff.


It’s FREE! So come on by. I look forward to meeting you.

5 thoughts on “Learn about the Power of Social Networking and Video Blogging at WPPI

  1. My husband (the photographer) and I (the photographer’s wife and supporter) attended this presentation. It was great, inspiring, educational and very emotional. I was in the front and crying after you showed the 2×2 video. Then I cried some more when you got emotional and shared that your mom had passed. I am so sorry, by the way. There are no words to express sympathy for the loss of a parent. I personally know this.
    I know she is very proud of you and your accomplishments.

    Again, thanks for a great presentation. Of course, David Jay was inspirational as always. And this is for you DJ, taking five minutes to be a part of the community and the industry. He is so right. It takes just a few minutes to give back.

    I can’t wait until WPPI 2010! But I won’t wait that long again to touch base with both of you 😉

  2. Ron – thanks for the amazing job at WPPI. What a treat to get to do that with you and thanks Rose for putting the Five Minutes of Freedom to action!


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