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Businesses know they need to get more video for their business. But there is so much conflicting information about what you need to do, when you need to do it and how often!
It’s famously been said that the best camera is the one you have with you. But is that true when it comes to Business video?
You’re all set to begin your video, and you need to loop in a video editor, sound engineer or just want to send the video to your prospective clients. But email only lets you send 25 mb files (or the size a of few pictures and generally not video). So, how do you get your content to someone else?
If delivering a hard-drive or a USB flash drive is out of the question, look at online (and often free) video sharing services.
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