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Video editing recommendations and awesome design templates.

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What We Learned

Monday: Social Media Examiner went over visual design for non-designers. Four tips to keep in mind when focused on design are stick to elements of your template, switch like for like, incorporate contrast, and size matters.

Tuesday: SEMrush talked about influencer marketing – what it is and how to build a solid strategy.

  • Have a clear understanding of what will or will not work by setting SMART goals.
  • Define a target audience and make sure it aligns with the influencer before you form a partnership.
  • Identify your campaign messaging that closely aligns with goals.
  • Don’t begin negotiations with influencers without setting a budget.

Wednesday: Content Marketing Institute shared how to perfect the one-on-one interview. Lob the first question, deviate from the script, consider unusual questions that probe, and appreciate the role of silence.

Thursday: AdEspresso discussed how to optimize your social media profiles for local search.

  • Always include location data in your profiles.
  • Add location-oriented keywords in your content.
  • Use location-based hashtags.
  • Create sister accounts if you have different branches.

Leah asked, “Recommendations on an AFFORDABLE stock footage site?”

Tara is wondering, “What recommendations do you have for a video editing program? I’ve been asked to do a couple short videos for work but I’m a newbie to creating/editing videos.”

Jenn wrote, “Hi all! I love a good marketing graphic. Especially to educate clients. What are your favorite graphics? or infographics?”

Kelly wants to know, “Anyone on here know a lot about Google Data Studio? When you were a beginner, what were the videos and resources you found especially helpful?”

Dark 'n' Stormy Cocktail


  • 2 fluid ounces dark rum
  • 4 fluid ounces ginger beer
  • 1/2 cup ice


  1. Combine rum and ginger beer in an old-fashioned glass. Add ice and stir.

Recipe from Allrecipes

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