Video is the driver of Internet traffic accounting for nearly 90% of all content viewed. It is the behemoth of the net.

Large companies recognize this and launch vast video campaigns that revolutionize users and gain attention, but video is an equal opportunity medium. Small businesses can gain advantage by using it too.

Life is emotional. So is business, whether you want to admit it or not. It’s emotion that allows you to persuade people to buy products or services.

It’s emotion that allows you to inspire your staff to do the best job. It helps in convincing the Board of Directors to embrace change and leaders to back plans. There’s not much in business that does not rely on persuasion of one kind or another.


In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season and the end of the current year, it’s easy to lose focus.


There are too many projects needing attention before the end of the year and way too many distractions. But this is the perfect time to plan for the coming year.

Planning is an essential task at the end of a year. Like any milestone, it gives us a moment to reflect on what has passed and what is to come.


There is nothing quite like curling up on the couch during the holiday season to watch movies and specials. Rudolph. Frosty. Bing. They’re everywhere.

There are even channels dedicated to showing holiday fare 24/7. But did you know that buried within these treasures are lessons for businesses?