Capture and share. I like the sound of that better than Point and Shoot. You probably own a video camera in the form of a smartphone, an iPad, or one of a hundred video cameras that do, gasp, only video. This post is for the small business owner who has the creative tools, but wonders how to move that video from camera to the web.
First, why use video? Well, just about every marketing guru
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