With a little help from MediaBear, tell your story to the world. Together, we can: (1) build an inspired website (2) put your edited words into a book (3) record them on a CD (4) make a DVD and (5) distribute them nationally through Barnes & Noble and worldwide on Amazon.
Whether it's technical expertise or content creation, MediaBear has years of experience. We can help you win over new clients and, more importantly, keep your great clients loyal.
MediaBear can create innovative communications, such as informative websites accompanied by companion printed works. Our professionals can consult with you before you reach an impasse. We can provide useful ideas on how to communicate effectively in many ways that can help you reach your goals.
THREE TIPS ON WEBSITE CONTENT
A MediaBear-produced website can encourage visitors to keep coming back for more. Here are three tips on how to make your website more memorable:
1. Use videos to enhance your site. Create your own short videos or post those produced by others. MediaBear can show you how to use its Content Managment System to easily embed or link your selected videos to inspire your viewers to action.
2. To get your creative juices flowing, consider what others have done to get noticed. Visit two popular online sources of videos: YouTube and DailyMotion. As you watch, consider how using a little humor can be effective. And, if you dare, be open to being bolder than your rivals and competitors. It can make your site stand out from the crowd, maybe even make it GO VIRAL:
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And, yes, the advertising cliche, SEX SELLS, is true and timeless; proof is provided in this classic rock video on DailyMotion:
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3. Make your website a portal or news aggregator. The best way to get your website noticed is to provide original content. To augment your works, provide links to articles and columns written by others.
To avoid copyright infringement, provide only the link to the article you have selected; that is, do not display the actual copy on your website. Just because an article is posted on the Internet does not mean you are permitted to copy it onto your website.
Furthermore, knowing if you are allowed to use a photograph or image is even trickier. Unless you know who created the work and have been given permission to use it — or paid to use it — you may well be infringing on someone's copyrighted work.
Consult with your legal professional about specifics and the ramifications of making a bad decision. Meanwhile, be careful:
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