Startup BizCast #66 – Small Business Video (Benjamin Wayne)

A recent study from ABI Research indicates that the number of people watching videos online has doubled in the past year.  It’s obvious that people are becoming more comfortable using this technology.  What that means, is that you should be using it for your business!  My guest this week is Benjamin Wayne from Fliqz, an online video site that works primarily with businesses.  He has tips on how you can use web video to your benefit.

Also in this episode … news about the economy and an Australian maternity leave proposal … in the BizCast Brief!

Links mentioned on this week’s episode:
Fliqz (www.fliqz.com)

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2 Responses to “Startup BizCast #66 – Small Business Video (Benjamin Wayne)”

  1. Interesting topic – small biz videos and the reasons to use video productions to increase traffic and help sell products.

    I’m particularly interested in how you can use videos for the less tangible markets (e.g. services such as accounting, bookkeeping, business consulting, etc.).

  2. Perhaps Benjamin might want to jump in with a suggestion on this one. I’m thinking for businesses like that, maybe a personal introduction to the business owner and some of his/her clients could be a good idea.