SEO and Web Video with 3-Time Emmy winner Chris Yates

Dallas Interactive Marketing & Internet SEO SEM Meetup
Wed, 10 Feb 2010, 01:00 - 03:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
High Tech Bar at the INFOMART , Dallas, US

Did you know that a person is likely to spend less that 60 seconds on a website without video...
And closer to 6 MINUTES on a website with video!!!

Web video is the new medium that companies are using to connect with their audience, and integrating video into your social media and SEO campaigns will likely be the most powerful move you make this year.

Come prepared to learn...

What can a viral web video do for my company and value prop?
What are the elements of a viral video?
What does a quality web video cost to produce?
How to integrate web video into social media campaigns and SEO efforts?

Our presenter, 3-Time EMMY Award Winner Chris Yates, has worked for ESPN, CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, and most recently FOX-TV (Channel 4 her in Dallas). Chris has won numerous awards over his career while covering events such as The Super Bowl, The Masters, The NBA Finals, The Daytona 500, and The Stanley Cup Finals. These awards included:

•Associated Press Sportscaster of the Year
•Associated Press Sports Stories of the Year
•Katie Award Winner-Sports Specials and Stories

In 2008, Chris created Huddle Productions and now develops best in class viral web videos. Last year, Huddle Productions created a new program called GameDay Rivals ‘in search of Bud Light’s Ultimate Tailgater.’ The show was a tremendous hit as it went viral. As a result, Bud Light called it one of their best marketing campaigns.

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