A few minutes ago an email came in from a services marketing company I follow. It promised a "Top 10 Home Office Gifts" guide. Being a home office professional, I could not resist, as I still need to find a few more treats for my husband, who also works from our home office.
After interacting with the web page for a few seconds, I thought, "Marketing lemon!" and knew I'd have to blog about the experience. But thinking about blogging, imagining the post I'd have to create to explain the issue, left me a wee bit daunted.
Then I saw my Yeti microphone sitting here on my desk. And I thought, "Hey, what if I video blogged about it?"
And that's what I did.
The result is my first-ever video blog post. It has a few more ums and uhs in there than I'd like, and my Philly upbringing is obvious--you'll hear me say pixture instead of picture--but that's the rawness of video. I liked the experience (so fast!), so I'll be creating more video blogs for sure.
Now to the headache--and how to avoid it for your readers.
Like what you hear? Want to see more video blogs?
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Do you sweat the small stuff? Do you want your online presence to inspire trust and confidence? Do you grit your teeth when others don't care enough about YOUR web experience? Are you all about creating an excellent website and excellent content that makes it easy for people to get to know, like, and trust you and buy your stuff?
I think we might be soul mates. And I'd love for you to join my tribe.
When you do, I'll alert you to new blog posts, new programs and products, and new ways for you to create excellent, frictionless, online experiences that lead more people to YES! I promise to be relevant and real, and to send only thoughtful content and advice.
Word choice lemon: Awww … Rev.com, why so harsh?
Marketing lemons for my birthday courtesy of LongHorn Steakhouse