Workshop Media enjoy being an active member of the Lancaster District Chamber of Commerce. You’ll see us at many of the event’s run by the chamber and it’s members. The Chamber is undergoing a re-brand at the moment and Workshop Media was invited to appear in the new promotional material for the Chamber. So on Friday 2nd October […]
If you want news on how to make the most out of video online to promote your business our marketing blog is a good place to start.
Workshop Media likes to keep up to date with the latest updates to platforms like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter all of which offer different support for video content.
Marketing Blog Subject Index
DT’s Journal – A series of blogs from the mind of Managing Director DT Guest.
David’s Journal – Analysis and speculation (some wild) from Marketing Director David Forrest.
Video Marketing – A series of posts on using video to market your business.
Social Networks – Posts on the many social networks that are now major players in online video.
Event Video – A series of posts on using video to capture the value of your event.
The marketing blog is an opportunity to practice what we preach, giving away some goodies about what we do. It also gives us a chance to experiment with new ideas to see what works and how.
We hope you enjoy!
Hot on the heels of YouTube, Facebook has introduced 360 degree video support. In contrast to YouTube’s varied but low key introduction of the new video format, Facebook debuted the latest addition to their video line up with a high profile Star Wars promo – a speeder tour of the ‘Jakku desert’ from the upcoming Star Wars […]360 Degree Video, 360 video, Facebook, Facebook 360 Video, Virtual Reality
Facebook has been making improvements to it’s video platform all year with features like Embedded Videos and Secret Videos. However Facebook has recently turned its attention to improving existing features and services like the long overlooked Notes. Facebook also announced this week that Profiles are getting a major update with Profile Videos. 7 Second Profile Videos […]Facebook, Profile, Profile Videos, Social Media Profile
Google’s key income source is Ads. In 2014 Google generated $56.09 Billion through ads alone. YouTube has it’s own system of ads but has been finding difficult to generate a profit, despite generating $4 Billion in 2014. The enormous infrastructure required to stream hundreds of millions of hours worth of video content everyday not to […]Ads, Product Ads, Product Audience, youtube
The Love Barrow Awards 2016 is a community awards programme in Barrow-in-Furness. It recognises the tremendous contributions that members of the Barrow community make to help make Barrow a better place to ‘live, work and love’. Workshop Media has supported the Love Barrow Awards for many years and we are very happy to be involved again in the […]Barrow-in-Furness, Love Barrow, Love Barrow Awards 2016
The Facebook ‘Like’ button has been a core part of the Facebook experience since 2009. Its also been a constant feature on websites since ‘Like Button’ plugins started arriving on 2010. The Like function allows users to quickly express some sort of appreciation for a post, video or virtually every type of content. It’s great for […]Dislike Button, Facebook, Feedback
There are plenty of video platforms on the internet, from big content networks like YouTube to private hosting providers like Vzaar and 6 second video platform, Vine. Each have specific feature sets, each have their own audiences. The end goal of your video content (sales, leads, conversions etc.) will often help determine what platform to use – […]Disney, Jungle Book, Sneak Preview, Video Formats, Video Length, Vine
Since YouTube went live in 2005, people have been inventing new ways to use video. Whole online communities have sprung up around new video trends. One type of web video that has been steadily growing in popularity is the Unboxing Video. These videos are part promo video, part review and part art-form. A huge number of these videos […]Disney, Force Friday, Star Wars, Unboxing Video