5 Ways Video Marketing Will Be Different in 2019

Video marketing continues to grow as a leading source of customer outreach. Cisco has famously predicted that video will account for nearly 85% of internet traffic by 2021. Combined with current stats such as 78% of people watch online video each week or that 59% of executives admit that they would rather watch a video than read text, it’s clear that future will be cinematic. Here are some ideas of how those trends will be present in 2019.

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A Tiny Place to Call My Own - Review of "The Big Tiny" by Dee Williams

Last week, during our trip up to Missoula, MT, we passed a “tiny home” being pulled by a pickup truck somewhere north of Salt Lake City. Tiny homes are usually small, wooden cabins that are built onto a trailer bed. It was the first time I had ever seen one in person, though goodness knows I had read about them for years. Jay Shafer is credited with creating the “tiny house” movement, which in a very un-American way, suggests that you/I/we can live happily in a “house” the size of a large area rug.

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Check Out Thoroughly Thursday "Gratitude" Edition

Hey friends, check out this week's Thoroughly Thursday - the "Gratitude" Edition. This week I talk about the benefits of being “thankful” for things other than turkeys, A.J. Jacobs’s new book “Thanks a Thousand”, a video promo project I helped create for the excellent escape room center, Xscape Pods, and some final thoughts from G.K. Chesterton on happiness.

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