The Pros and Cons of Expending Video in Your Site or Blog

Last year I led off experimenting with on-line video. I pored more often than not on screencasts, making some blog reviews and how-to videos. I cared to work with video, and felt that it has many benefits. After some time I as well made that it conveies some drawbacks, though. Downstairs you will regain what I learned from it.



1. Video gos under you aside from the crowd. Most people are capable to setup a blog and commence saving text posts. Current blogging and issuing platforms give it a no-brainer still for 5-year honest-to-god children. Video, on the other hand, demands a limited setup (e.g., a video camera, screen catching and redacting software). Utilising video can thence arrange your blog or site aside from the crowd.

2. Video appeals to a unlike audience. There is a outstanding number of on-line users that favor to take in videos over learning text content. YouTube’s popularity is no coincidence. Adding video to your site could broaden your likely audience and land newfangled visitors alongside.

3. Video enables you to demo sort of than state. Exhibiting things and explicating some concepts can be well-situated with video. Sites that have a full amount of how-to articles and tutorials could hence benefit from the format.



February 20, 2009 at 4:44 pm

For Sale: 4242 Castle Ave., Spring Hill, FL 34609 USA / US$ 99,900

4242 Castle Ave., Spring Hill, FL 34609 USA (US$ 99,900)House for sale: Buying on a Budget? Affordable Dream Check out the great deal on this 3-bedroom/2-bath home in SPRING HILL Fl.34609. Has a great room with new tile floors. Brand new carpet.Just Painted Inside & Out. Upstairs loft for great family area.Oversize lot with lots of trees for forts. So Get a new lease on life & let go of your rent lease & own this 3-bedroom/2-bath frame home on.33 acres.$99,900 #2097940 Minutes to tampa bay airport,close to 3 super walmart,

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January 26, 2009 at 4:44 pm

Reality Check on Earth2Tech’s Top 10 Cleantech Predictions for 2009

Katie Fehrenbacher, droping a line on Earth2Tech , is one of the most fertile of the cleantech journalists. She accumulated this week their 2009 top 10 cleantech predictions. Hither’s my take, deserving the electronic paper it’s published on, of what she paid back right, incorrect, “duh, of course”, and most downplayed. Simply for fun, of course, Katie’s one of my most favourite bloggers.

1) U.S. Union Policy On Climate Change Will Displace Tardily:

In all probability. But the end of 2009 in Copenhagen is all the same a polar point for the orbicular climate change framework, so we have to catch our act in concert to represent ball.

2) Oil Prices Will Stay put Low For Much of the Year, Potentially Climbing in Q4 of 2009:

Confessedly entirely if you trust that oil prices in the $30s are depleted. I befall not to. $15 is low-toned. $40 is high-pitched. $140 is ridiculously high-pitched. Oil has been essentially deflationary for 30+ years, with just now a blip waiting flat in existent terms the last couple. And the heavy variable is GDP growth. No economical recovery, no oil price stablization, permit solo rear. I don”t buy that OPEC will stop the slide over the next couple of quarters either. And I don”t buy a Q4 climb.

3) Next Generation of Biofuels on the Backburner:

Only if you believe they were ever on the front burner. I’ve been blogging this siren’s song for years.

4) Gullible Buildings are Smart Spot:

In all likelihood a well call. It is raising, but is it magnanimous enough to be a hopeful spot?

5) Utilities Turn to Energy Efficiency Programs:

Utilities ALWAYS turn to energy efficiency programs, they precisely ne’er appear to attain scale. But we can go for. My hope is demand side energy efficienciy causes included in our cap and trade scheme.

6) Low-spirited Skies for Traditional Solar PV:

I differ. In a year when companies are covering descending sales, solar will stock-still be a way outperfomer. But we should encounter margins squeezed as the industry gets wind that it (gasp!) real is a to a great extent subsidised very cyclic business when supply growth runs across subsidy weakness and economical turmoil.

7) Infotech Turns to Energy Efficiency to Save Cash:

Hmmmmh. With energy prices cratering? I could think some wind coming up out of these sails (or sales). But I’m not an expert on this one.

8) More Unripened Buildings? Yes. Emergence of the Chic Home? No more.:

Smart home is another of those siren’s songs. Overbold metering, all the same, is a goldmine, and simply at present coming into it’s ain. We’ll run into how it braves out the fiscal crisis.

9) Public Perceptions of Light-green to Suit More Dig:

How around, the public simply stops to like? We’ll see out just now how much of a luxury item “green” rattling is. My personal benchmark hither is random chats with Erik Blachford, CEO of Terrapass , the runing retailer of carbon credits. His last prognosis – green may be a bit more of a luxury item than antecedently awaited. But we can go for. And I’ll keep open requiring Erik.

10) Light-green Investors Plump Buttoned-down Or Threefold Down:

Come up people, energy is STILL the largest industry out in that respect. When energy prices are cratering it’s time to grease one’s palms. Just now break off buying into the gamyest cost producer (like next gen biofuels :)) of the most “out in that location” technology at venture prices. But render evidencing that to Sandhill Road.

Neal Dikeman is a partner at Jane Capital Partners LLC, the Chairman and Constituting CEO of Carbonflow , Inc., edits the Cleantech Blog and Chairs .


January 24, 2009 at 4:45 pm

Robert (Rob) Burnsed – Veridical Estate Agent/Broker

Daytona Beach, FL, USA

I am a Florida native & have lived in Central Florida all my life. As a graduate of Florida State University and having been involved in real estate for 18+ years; I am knowledgeable of the Volusia County area & beaches. Accomodating my clients wi…


December 20, 2008 at 4:48 pm

Joanne LaPhan – Material Estate Agent/Broker, Displacing and Relocation

Spring Hill, FL, USA

My Promise to You. I know that my continued success depends upon my ability to satisfy my clients and their real estate needs. Your satisfaction with my performance, and your Real Estate goals are of utmost importance to me. I am confident that I can best…


November 16, 2008 at 8:01 pm

For Sale: 10 Timucuan Drive, Ormond Beach, FL 32174 USA / US$ 269,900

10 Timucuan Drive, Ormond Beach, FL 32174 USA (US$ 269,900)House for sale: YOU WILL LOVE TO CALL THIS HOME!!! Stylish 3 bedroom, 2 bath home located in highly sought after Ormond Lakes. Light and bright with designer touches throughout. Custom architectural features include wall niches, plant shelves, coffered ceiling in Great Room, unique archway leading to master bedroom and French doors to center bedroom. Open and spacious kitchen, large breakfast nook complete with chair rail and panoramic windows allowing for fantastic view of non-buildable preserve at the rear of the house. Spacious Great Room with dual sliders leading to covered lanai ideal for relaxing with family or entertaining with friends. Home has executive features package including future smart home automated wiring system, maintenance free interior marble sills, raised tile breakfast bar and the list goes on. TO SEE IT IS TO WANT IT.

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November 16, 2008 at 7:52 pm

Sunnie Black – Substantial Estate Agent/Broker, Displacing and Relocation

Ocala, FL, USA

Having been in real estate 12 years in two states (Missouri and Florida), I can give you the service you are looking for. I am unique in that I take only one listing at a time, I spend all of my time on that listing and the buyers that I get from the a…


November 16, 2008 at 7:52 pm

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