Edmonton Online Video Production
Are you looking to work with the best Edmonton Online Video Production company for your Website Video or Social Media Video efforts? Look no further. BizBOXTV has produced hundreds of internet & online videos for business and corporate video clients in Edmonton, Alberta & right across Canada… + we want to help Broadcast Your Brand too!
BizBOXTV.com is a leading Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Victoria, Nanaimo Online Video Production Agency – We broadcast the BEST local businesses + brands across Canada + Worldwide, online.
Edmonton Online Video Production
BizBOXTV.com is an innovative new media company that, for the first time ever, gives businesses the ability to bring their story to the masses in a creative, professional & affordable way. BizBOXTV is Mastering the Power of Edmonton Online Video Production through the immense reach of the Internet. Backed by a dedicated group of professional journalists, camera experts and editors, BizBOXTV is committed to producing quality marketing & advertising video that informs, engages & entertains. Our team knows the best way to capture the essence of who you are & what you do, and we do it through creative storytelling, and targeted online distribution. BizBOXTV puts your business in front of consumers searching for what you offer.
We offer a variety of customized solutions to suit specific web broadcast and marketing needs for businesses of all sizes and industries. Whether you are interested in single video for a website, or an all-inclusive YouTube Video Ad & Facebook Video Advertising solution – BizBOXTV Edmonton Online Video Production has a solution for you.
Broadcast Your Brand™
My career as a journalist spanned nearly a decade. When I left to launch a web-video startup, BizBOXTV, I quickly discovered storytelling was part of my DNA, evident in the process and style of my new media company and how it approached its first productions.
It wasn’t about story-boarding or scripting, it was about asking questions, getting answers, and weaving content together to produce an interesting and useful story. The benefits of combining the approaches of traditional journalism and brand storytelling seemed obvious.
Businesses are using social media, web video, and digital publishing to speak directly to consumers. It’s a way for brands, big and small, to use the approach of professional journalists to create, curate and share expert content in the form of blogs, articles and video. Brand journalism is obviously not as impartial as journalism, but it’s a way for a brand to engage an audience with relevant and interesting material. The content must be factual, and keep “relevance to the viewer” top of mind.
Marketing strategist David Meerman Scott, author of The New Rules of Marketing & PR, says “brand journalism is winning over direct marketing and PR attention-getting techniques.
“I’m convinced that those with the traditional skills of marketing, public relations, and copywriting are not the right people to create brand journalism content. Instead you need the skills of a journalist.”
Brand journalism is about facts and balance. It’s about telling an engaging story, and the goal is to educate rather than blatantly market. This way, readers or viewers are informed, and they become engaged with your business and it’s mission.
Home Depot is one major brand that has been creating expert content and useful do-it-yourself advice for a while, and it’s reaping the benefits. The content, whether it’s in the form of blog posts or web video, generally doesn’t try to sell anything directly. Instead, it keeps the focus on education.
Cisco is another example. On its blog, most of the articles and videos don’t mention the company at all. Its plan is to create a conversation and to position itself as a leader in the industry it represents. The company’s digital lead, Karen Snell, has said: “The goal was to generate engaging content to spark a conversation … If we can make people understand what Cisco is doing, then we’ve been successful.”
Boeing is often mentioned as a successful adopter of brand journalism. “When brand journalists think of what’s interesting to their audiences and create engaging content, they generate stories that can really take off,” writes communications director Todd Blecher. “This story is about testing the brakes on our new 747. It involves speeding an airplane down a runway, hitting the brakes just before takeoff. It ends with the brakes on fire, which is eye catching, to say the least.
“We’ve had millions of views, and our key messages about safety and durability reached more people through our website, YouTube channel, and Facebook than we would’ve ever reached with a traditional news release.”
There are huge benefits to providing content that educates and informs, and it’s easy to measure the return on investment. How many hits did it get? Was it shared? Did it spark conversation? As the public and businesses become increasingly “social,” brand journalism can make communicating with consumers more interesting, while setting a company apart from outdated “push” marketing approaches.
Businesses that do it properly can create a huge competitive advantage, while increasing their credibility and relevancy in the marketplace.
Lisa Ostrikoff is a TV journalist/anchor-turned-creator of BizBOXTV, a web video and social media marketing agency. Find her on Twitter and Facebook.
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Major attributes to consider include:
Make sure you consider what types of surfaces you’ll be cleaning. Take in to account any pets, allergies, children or brand preference as your choice of the type of vacuum cleaner will depend on it.
- We live surrounded in filth. It’s a fact. All humans shed about 5-10 grams of dead skin each week. About 80% of the material seen floating in a sunbeam is actually flakes of skin.
- What do house dust mites eat? Human and animal skin flakes (Dermatophagoides – “skin eater”).
- Dust mites are too small to be seen but are the most common cause of year-round allergy and asthma.
- Dust mites live in mattresses, pillows, carpets, furniture, bedcovers, clothes – anywhere they can feed on dead flakes of human skin.
- We have a wide range of products to attack dust mites in your home.
- HEPA Vacuum Cleaners trap the dust mite allergen inside the bag instead of exhausting it into the air. HEPA vacuum cleaners are sealed tight and won’t allow your dust mites to filter through your vacuum back into your air
3. Attachments – Make sure it has the attachments you need, but don’t pay for those you don’t .For convenience, you might want on-board attachments. Natural bristle brushes are superior as they tend not to scratch delicate surfaces.
4. Noise – Some people place a great deal of importance on noise considerations. To respond to this, some models have insulated materials around the motors.
- Upright versus Canister – Uprights are quick and easy to store but are not always as effective. Canister tend to be more versatile.
- Central – Extremely convenient however some people find the hose can be difficult to control. Some older homes can not have a central vacuum.
- Stick/Broom Vacuum – Stick vacuums look like stream-lined uprights. They usually have less power than uprights and canisters and are ideal for people in small apartments and quick pick ups.
- Handhelds – Handhelds are very small vacuums (usually battery operated) for use in cleaning up specific spots that may be difficult to reach with other vacuums.
Other attributes to consider are listed below.
Motor Power (amps) – Measures the amount of current used by the motor. Higher amps doesn’t necessarily mean more cleaning power. Airflow and suction power are a truer test of effectiveness.
Air Flow – Usually measured in cfm (cubic feet per minute)
Suction Power -is measured in inches of water column or water lift. This does not mean you can suck up water though.
Filtration System – The level of filtration varies from none (use a bag to collect dust) to sophisticated (filter out pollen and particles less than 1 micron). Units with filtration systems generally cost more, but can be effective in reducing allergen in the home. HEPA filters claim to capture 99.97% of all particles at .3 micron. A HEPA filter most be independently certified be cautious as not all HEPA filters are tested.
Dust Collector– Can be a bag (thick paper) or bagless with a plastic container. Bagless still have a filter which requires changing from time to time. There is a new product called randomly spun nylon fibre bags. These are superior quality and capture 94.5% of all particles at .3 micron
Construction – Can be plastic or metal. Metal vacuum cleaners are usually more durable but are heavier. There are 2 types of plastic. ABS plastic is more durable and handles more abuse. Solid rubber wheels are superior to plastic as they tend not to scratch delicate surfaces.
Cord length – Make sure that the cord is long enough for you to effectively clean one area of you home without having to change outlets.
Brush Agitator or Power Head (roller brush) – The roller with bristles under the machine that spins when the machine is on. It increases the cleaning effectiveness on carpets. All brush is preferred as the other kind may damage the carpet over time.
Edge Cleaner – Some models have vacuum areas that extend to the edge of the bottom of the machine for cleaning tight edges if you don’t have this a crevice tool would be required
Other Tools – Detachable hose, extensions, upholstery brushes, corner cleaners. Some units have caddies to hold all the tools.
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From single business videos just like this one, to sales and marketing videosand branded content creation, BizBOXTV has years of experience working with businesses just like yours, looking for a unique and powerful way to tell their stories, increase brand awareness and of course, sales. You are also looking for an incredible return on investment in this changing media landscape. This is why BizBOXTV was created. Online Video does all that, and more.
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