Vanessa Zamora interviews French Maid TV creator Tim Street about online video, including creating a viral video, on any budget, and more.
Christi Day talks with Vanessa Zamora about the integration of new and emerging media at Southwest Airlines, including video blogging, micro-blogging service Twitter, and more.
Jay Berkowitz talks with Brett Tabke about how to monetize a blog, podcasting, and his newly released Ten Golden Rules workbook.
Michael Gray talks to Brett Tabke about Google, social media, and what he projects for the future of search.
Gary Vaynerchuk is known for his popular videos on Wine Library TV. Although Gary has been successful, he will be the first to tell you that his success didn't happen overnight. Watch and learn from his story in this WebProNews interview with Gary Vaynerchuk.
In this episode of Nursing Show TV, medical bloggers Dr. Wes and Dr. Rob share their impressions on how to "brand" your blog. The Nursing Show also produces a weekly audio podcast for nurses, students and others at NursingShow.com Distributed by Tubemogul.
In this episode of Nursing Show TV, Dr. Anonymous interviews South African trauma surgeon and blogger, Bongi. He shares his "un-clickable" t-shirt with the viewers and makes us wonder about his singing abilities. NursingShow.com Distributed by Tubemogul.
Do soldiers blog? They do at ArmyStrongStories.com. I got an opportunity to speak with MAJ Mary Constantino about the army bloggers from the medical fields - she says they'll have army nurse bloggers very soon! Support them and read about their lives. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Jenny Lawson, “The Bloggess” began writing a mommy blog for the Houston Chronicle, but quickly found that it wasn’t enough.
To truly fulfill her desires, she created a blog where she could write about whatever she wanted: ninjas, sex, zombies, William Shatner, - just - whatever. She also developed a satirical sex and advice columns.
Because some people consider her content controversial, Lawson has received her fair share of hate mail. She told WebProNews she turns it into something positive: free entertainment.
For example, people have told her “your retarded,” but in all actuality, the joke is on them since they misspelled “you’re.” She said:
“If you’re not entertained by your own blog and both the people that love you and the people that hate you, then I think you’re missing out.”
When Matt Sloan and Aaron Yonda created the first Chad Vader film, they had no idea that it would turn into the Internet sensation that it is today. The very first episode reached over 100,000 views on YouTube the first day and has gone on to exceed 9 million views today.
The storyline is based on the younger brother of Darth Vader, Chad, who is a grocery store manager. Yonda plays the role of Chad Vader, while Sloan provides the voice.
The Chad Vader phenomenon has now turned into a series with a finished season 1 and a nearly completed season 2. Both Yonda and Sloan have been able to quit their day jobs and devote all their time to Chad Vader. The two are very appreciative of the opportunities the Web has offered them.
Bloggers from several industries have come together in Las Vegas for a few days to share ideas and trade secrets. And guess what? WebProNews is in Las Vegas with them, and we will be bringing you highlights, including interviews from Guy Kawasaki, Dave Taylor, Steve Rubel, and many more respectable sources. Be sure to watch all our exclusive coverage.