A website without educational, entertaining videos would be incomplete.
In fact, it would be like a poor quality, old black and white silent movie or TV show. Clearly, I am not a fan of either. Therefore, this website includes a variety of professional videos. Even very amusing personal videos are included. Both add value to a website.
VIDEO TOPICS & STYLES
I have included educational videos from my professions. In addition, the entertainment videos are about hobbies that are my passions, as well. They all enhance this website. In fact, my website would be incomplete without them.
Alison Gilbert, decorative painter, interview on the Long Island Artist Habitat, Second Edition.
Foretelling a Business’s Branding Future
The next example of my educational videos has historical significance. It is a video that accompanies a blog post about branding.
I consider the Dunkin’ Donuts brand to be one of the best in the US today. To find out why, read the accompanying blog post in addition to watching this educational, entertaining video.
This post is part of the Digital Brand Marketing Education project, a non-profit devoted to educating the public in each of the above-mentioned areas through blog posts written by professionals in these fields. In fact, my blog posts always included educational videos.
A Decorative Painting Demonstration
Here’s a video that I am very proud of. Actually, it involves my first time on national television. I was featured on The Our Home Show with host Bonnie Montgomery. My appearance included demonstrating the 5-step decorative painting process that I actually invented. The process specifically includes these five steps:
‘The Best Years Show on News 12’ Long Island
An interview by Gene Pritz, host of this show.
The host inquired about various types of holistic or alternative healing. The topics that I addressed included: