Labels: social mediaPosted by Scott Monty at 10:01 AM
Subject: We made this 2-minute video for youOkay, good. I know I'm dealing with a video, and I know it'll only eat up 2 minutes of my time.
Hi Scott,That was it. Plain & simple. Naturally, curiosity got the better of me and I clicked through to the video to see this:
Our video says it all. It's on this page that we made just for you.
[Link to the video]
What do you think? Posted by Scott Monty at 10:40 PM
Mark: great points here. Mitch certainly raised some valid points & counterpoints on his own blog and here, but I have to side with you. I actually put this question to my readers a couple of months ago, and opinions were split (of those who chose to comment).
Bottom line: social media, if nothing else, is about choices. Never before has it been so easy to give your audience a variety of ways to consume content. Mitch or you are I are not so omniscient that we can presume how every reader prefers to consume content. So why not give them everything and let them choose?
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