Walmart's clown video ranks 5th on Video Viral Chart
For every video sensation that burns its way through YouTube, there are unsung millions consigned to that great archive in the sky. Any entrepreneur with a hot concept and a borrowed camcorder can drive countless potential customers to their site–but it will take some solid planning to go viral. Black Enterprise explains how to get the next office email forward to be about your content:
Create a Focused Message First. Make sure your clip focuses on your firm’s strategies, and quickly gets to the point.
Take the Professional Approach. Avoid inappropriate content, such as bad grammar or poor quality, because “a lack of professionalism translates to a lack of credibility.”
Write a Script. This will help center your message, and you’ll thank yourself for the early effort when the cameras are on.
Pay Attention to Length. Keep in mind a pace of one hundred words per minute, for someone speaking formal English. This will guide scriptwriting as you’ll want a clip about three to five minutes in length.
The full article fleshes each point out fully, and buying a subscription to Black Enterprise will provide you the entire ten tips from Bridget Mcrea.