Vine’s offering won’t replace the short, concise video that is so useful on the front page of corporate websites, but it is definitely provoking some companies into being creative, which is a great thing.
It is a fun way to help people learn Australian Sign Language (Auslan) and to better connect the Deaf and hearing communities. It includes a dictionary and fun games and is available for just $1.99
Five teenage girls from an Adelaide all-girls high school have done themselves a tremendous amount of ill-fortune by filming themselves offering sexual acts. In an obvious spoof of the phenomenal KONY 2012 video the allegedly 14 year old girls created a GOBS 2012 video. I bet they didn’t expect, nor understand, why they suddenly got […]
My FIR colleague Dan York posted last year about a neat way to put promo video presentations together really quickly. Says Dan: So our CEO Jonathan Taylor, who has been experimenting a lot with Prezi lately, whipped up a quick Prezi to explain what happens. A group of us collectively tweaked it a small bit […]
MY GOOD mate Glenn Murray is repeating last year’s offer of letting you nab his two top-notch e-books on SEO copywriting and SEO secrets for an amazing mere $20. You’d normally pay $89.94! And if you show some love and care in a video, you could even get your money back! Have a look at […]