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A compelling visual representation is the best expression of an organization’s unique identity, and, many agree, nothing is better than the power of video. No other media — including print, ...

A compelling visual representation is the best expression of an organization’s unique identity, and, many agree, nothing is better than the power of video. No other media — including print, digital photography, or text — can effectively represent an organization’s culture to the outsider.

Thanks to the confluence of technology and creative forces, we are experiencing a revolution in viral videos. So where does your organization or school begin the process of incorporating viral videos into your promotional efforts?

Ian’s presentation will feature one-of-a-kind examples, creative case studies, and a good laugh or two, as he shows how to build a brand through effective viral videos.

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    Viral Video: Bringing Culture to the Curb, with Ian Symmonds Viral Video: Bringing Culture to the Curb, with Ian Symmonds Presentation Transcript

    • Viral Videos ed Social Media Summit San Francisco www.iansymmonds.com | @symmondsTuesday, April 17, 12
    • [ The MarComm Challenge ] Words and photos in print or on the web often fail to convey the unique culture of a school, college, or university brand. Thankfully, ubiquitous video has given us anew medium to bring the culture to the curb. 2Tuesday, April 17, 12
    • [ Viral Videos ] But, what makes a good video great and propel it to go viral? I think there are three keys for videos to have the momentum to go viral. 3Tuesday, April 17, 12
    • [ Three Keys to Viral ] Appeal to the Attention Economy Support the Brand Flawless Execution 4Tuesday, April 17, 12
    • [ Three Case Studies ] We’ve taken three videos - each less than four minutes - to give you a taste of best in class viral videos. Each was done exceptionally well and has a great storyline behind them. What do you think the big idea is behind each one? 5Tuesday, April 17, 12
    • [ Best in Class: Brand ] What happens when you take a best in class sports apparel brand and link it to a university hellbent on becoming the nation’s preeminent athletic program?“Return of the Quack” | Supwichugirl | 1.7 M 6Tuesday, April 17, 12
    • 7Tuesday, April 17, 12
    • [ Best in Class: Recruitment ] A competitive Louisville market for privateindependent and parochial schools createdthe urgency for one school to get attention and drive visitors to an open house event. And, what about their launch strategy? Assumption High School | 35 K 8Tuesday, April 17, 12
    • 9Tuesday, April 17, 12
    • [ Best in Class: Donors ] Is there a better way to thank donorsthan putting their name in lights, hosting acocktail reception, and putting a plaque on the wall? Bowling Green State University thinks so. “Stroh Center Rap” | BGSU | 166 K 10Tuesday, April 17, 12
    • 11Tuesday, April 17, 12
    • [ Three Keys to Viral ] Appeal to the Attention Economy Support the Brand Flawless Execution 12Tuesday, April 17, 12