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How can you use mobile devices in your marketing video production workflow? Join us to find out!

So far we’ve had 3 awesome guests with some great advice about a number of topics join us for our weekly discussion on BLAB about adding video to your content marketing strategy (#OMGVMS.) We’ve got another great guest lined up for this week on Thursday at 11:30am CST, this time to focus on an aspect of video that wouldn’t have really been much of an option even a few years ago: mobile devices.

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This topic came up as far back as our first episode about video testimonials, and it surfaced again in our discussion last week about production value.

Is it ok to use a mobile device as a camera to make a video that can be a part of your inbound marketing strategy? Quite possibly, depending on a few factors, including your industry and the expectation of your community regarding the content.

As a result, this week, we’re going to chat with somebody about what it looks like to use mobile devices to accomplish some of our goals for adding video content to our inbound marketing efforts. Josh Tsui has had quite an interesting career that runs a spectrum that includes video game design, mobile app development, video production and more.

I chose to speak about this topic specifically because of his experience working with mobile video by way of the iPhone app he was involved with, and also because of his experience using mobile environments to make video content for himself and others.

We'll talk about mobile video production gear, some tips and tricks, and discover some of the lessons Josh has learned in his experience using mobile devices in a video production workflow.

Got specific questions you'd like to ask? Tweet us using #OMGVMS. Even better? Join us on the day of our BLAB!

You can join/watch the chat below:

About the Author

Doug Miller
Doug Miller
When working at WSOL as a Senior Marketing Strategist, Doug provided strategic assistance to our business clients, working with them to implement inbound marketing methodologies. He is passionate about digital social objects and their ecosystems, storytelling, and crafting good user experiences. He believes it is important to treat human attention sustainably, as an exhaustible resource. When he's not working, Doug likes photography, science fiction, making music, hiking, and being a dad of 2 awesome kids.