Where’s Your Killer Web Promo Video? Talk to My Guys at FUTUREHYPE

Pick a video, any video ... Do one big thing for your business by clicking here to view the online portfolio of the best video production guys I know. It takes merely one minute to see why I vouch for their artistry time and time again.

On this week's Forward Motion (PODCAST HERE), Carmen and I sat down with Adam Harley and Alan Kirschen, the creative artists behind the video production company FUTUREHYPE Media.

With production studios in Larchmont and Scarsdale, FUTUREHYPE creates everything from 60-second commercials for Fortune 500 companies and 30-second local cable spots for small businesses to web promo videos that provide a company overview on company websites.

Click here for the 25-minute podcast. The conversation begins 5 minutes in.

Listen to the podcast to learn:

+ Why Companies of All Sizes Benefit from Video

+ The Role Music Plays in Promo Videos

+ How Best to Tell A Client's Story

+ How to Respect Your Viewer

What's more, Adam and Alan also happen to be about the most down-to-earth professionals you'll meet. Click here for the 25-minute podcast and hear for yourself. The convo begins at the 5-minute mark.

Follow Adam's new Twitter account: @adam_harley.

As always, you can listen live every Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET on WGCH.com.



Saidandsung Returns to WGCH … Listen Live!

Business coach Carmen Carrozza and I had such a great time discussing business marketing on his radio show back in May that he's invited me back! Tune into tomorrow to "Forward Motion" on AM 1490 WCGH, from 4-4:30 p.m. Stream it online by visiting WGCH.com and clicking 'Listen Live' at the top left of the show's site.

Carmen and I will be discussing how I've helped his marketing efforts as well as defining which marketing works best for small businesses, large companies, B2B, mom-and-pop shops, retail and professional services. Call in at 203-661-5051 to ask your marketing questions!

You can read more about Carmen on his Web site.

Thanks for reading,



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