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Storing Video Content

Updated: Aug 22, 2021

There is an old saying: show me, not tell me. And in today’s world of technology, clients want to see products in action. According to Wyzowl statistics, 63% of businesses have started using video content marketing. So now you have spent the time producing online video content, but you are still faced with the challenge of where to store them and how to retrieve them when needed.

The Association of Professional Photo Organizers (APPO) has compiled a great article on “4 Tips on How to Store Videos for Your Business“. Here is a quick excerpt:

Digital Libraries. Digital libraries are technically any set of documents or media organized in an electronic form.

Back up on hard drives.This is a hardware device used to store information from your computer.

DVDs. It may seem old fashioned, but people that are distrustful of online video storage and want to avoid technology crashes may choose to transfer their digital videos to physical DVD’s.

Getting Organized in Your System. The old saying still rings true…too many cooks spoil the broth! That’s why, when thinking of how to store videos, it is best to identify a few people in your company who will be responsible for the management of your video content.

Read the entire article here, as well as more tips and trends on the APPO website.

How are you saving your business videos?

Our preferred vendor, FOREVER, allows us to upload, organize, and share all our videos from one account. A FOREVER Premium Video Plan allows you to watch your videos in FULL HD Quality on any device, at any time. FOREVER saves your videos in a modern, industry-standard format that is optimized for both long-term storage AND online viewing. It makes saving and tracking your business (and personal) videos a breeze.

Check out this video we created for a client’s 80th birthday celebration.

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