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"dean golden" Discussed on HEY.com - Video Content Marketing Tips
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"dean golden" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast
"The big question would be because you had a trip UN. In January that you were down there previously, so I mean not very long before. Before everything went completely sideways. what we're kind of the big differences that you really noticed between the time you were down there in January in the time that you were down for the reopen. It's just kinda crazy like thinking back of like. Wow January, was I was there six months ago and just never thought anything of it like you know just the shit that we would do. Yeah didn't didn't think a thing of you know being crowded at a bar going in hugging people high fiving, you'd be in six at a blackjack table trying sips of drinks, just being packed in at a bar, going in being able to find something at three a m Touching chips and touching my face nervously, not thinking anything of it right not having to pull a mass down to take a drink just like like his so normal and I think I will say that to kind of preface. The comments I have now in in the future is like I'm I'm not a HYPOCHONDRIAC, but I'm also pretty cautious. I. Take My my social responsibility very seriously, and I didn't WANNA be spreading covid to other people, being young and healthy I'm not too worried. Worried about myself, but with my job it would be very bad if I brought it back and I just didn't I didn't WanNa be responsible in have have that weighing on me, so that kind of informed myself so I was wearing a mask as much as possible, had a hand sanitizer on my waist, use that frequently was distancing as much as possible and avoided enclosed indoor areas. So that was kind of my mindset. Going in I was being pretty cautious I would say. More cautious than probably eighty percent of the people I saw, but. In. Terms of big differences just crowds. Of course I mean seeing Fremont empty it. Three PM on a Wednesday was pretty wild. When we got in we went to cats. meowing were watching from above and just seeing hardly anyone was surreal. Uber and lift were definitely down. Think we had to wait like twelve at the airport and there were maybe only ten other people waiting for a car. the wait time for those was. A little bit longer I think it took. Would like search for a while to find something got to the point where Alex and I would open lifted Newburgh in both requests, something and then cancel when the other one. Because, it was still searching, so that was definitely slower talking with drivers. They all said you know. Yeah, there's there's not as many out you know. They will be clear across town in Big Oh. Yeah I got paying to come. Get you whereas like normally they're like. Oh, I had someone. I was dropping off your and then I got you, but the the driver's slower. One of them told me that a lot of the drivers out there do the rental program and when he dropped us off at the airport. Airport. He was like you know, see that lot. That's all the rentals that are parked that no one's driving right now from what I understand. It has gotten better now. It sounds like the wait. Times are returning a little bit normal with the real thing, but that was the surreal experience to kind of have that on traffic on the. Strip even wasn't nearly as much as we're used to. I. Mean Foot traffic everywhere. It was just kind of crazy to kind of have like you know we I would say. weeknight vibes on a weekend vegas on the Strip But then the mask is a in the ass to be trying to drink with. I can't even imagine smoking when. At Caesar's they I mean now. It's a moot point because. The Gaming Commission requires them everywhere, but at the Caesar's. They require you. like Alex would like. Take a drink, and then forget to pull it back up in. The dealer would remind him all right. Caesar's was pretty vigilant with that the plexiglas which mgm had and then out. Cortez headed half the tables. That was just definitely like a Oh. We're GONNA pandemic I. think Overall which is kind of characterizes. You'd get glimpses, of Vegas, but then you get like a slap in the face of like. Oh, we are in a pandemic The like dimensioned earlier, the lack of late night food options was really brutal for me especially with the way I do Vegas. I imagine now with the reopening that there's there's more and more but just being there for it kind of to just be like shutdown felt like the mud season like that was. That was really wild. I've never seen it so slow. Ami just you kind of got used to it, but literally every casino employee was wearing a mask. I talked with one of the bartenders at the bar and he was saying you know. The Dean in Golden Gate had casino brandon masks on that they were all wearing for the most part that rebranded masks employees all had of course the El Cortez they all were wearing masks, but they did not have a standardized wants a some of them have the surgical dust. Dust mask some had homemade ones. I just thought that was kind of funny, but other than that they were typically boyd had like a very branding at the cow and Freemont I was personally heartbroken. That means street was not open as a video poker player that just Kinda. I guess that, put me until for the trip. We're GONNA. Blame it on that. Voice at bar. But they were not giving those out. It was really cool. The Dean Golden Gate had branded ones that they were giving out as a soft cotton one. We were kinda joking that they were like past. What Pollard wearing and they were definitely tight to the face but I. Actually really like wearing it when I out here in Colorado. We still have to wear. Them was nice like when I go for run. That's my favorite onto in awesome souvenir. But just seeing all of the employees in masks was definitely interesting they had temperatures screenings at the d. in going in was a wrist. One Minute would show your temperature right and we checked into the hotel. A guy had like a thermal. Want any pointed. It read at our head. It felt like you know what we're GonNa get shot that was. That was just kind of like. Oh, this is the new reality for a bit now and I mean it kind of felt like a lot of ways to me. It felt like Kinda Safety Theater. It didn't really feel like it. It was doing much You do that going in, and then people would immediately to just take the mask off the united anyone be denied or anything, because of that we did have to remove our mass, going into look at the camera at the at the case there, that was only the D in my experience, but I would say it was definitely kind of inconsistent, just being the first day, which is what I really rebelled in wanted. Be there for yeah Fremont from what I've seen in photos. That was still case on the this past weekend, the eighteen but They had little like checkpoints with temperature, and it was kind of fenced off twenty one, plus which was interesting there were this. This is a funny for people who especially the ones who hate downtown. There were not as many buskers at all. Really the circles were actually empty. It's some points the people banging the buckets weren't there There were still some. Some people kind of by Banger heart attack girl, but it was definitely less of that Kinda Fremont Street. Carnival experience also just kind of between properties. It was really interesting to see the different approaches on kind of felt like a coke versus Pepsi deal. Especially I mean I think downtown I would say. Derek Stevens.
"dean golden" Discussed on HEY.com - Video Content Marketing Tips
"Fast food company that was able to track that that that their ads were driving it was costing them only twenty three cents per visitor to their to their restaurants through Youtube Advertising Isaac so then once you know that they're generating more than twenty three cents the revenue for visitor. You know that you WanNa do that quite a bit so that kind of stuff to me is the most important Patrick but yes everyone has has different metrics clicks fuse that they find important but usually the business results are the are the most important and and and Matt. I wanted to ask I imagining since picks ability handles all these different platforms that you have some sort of interoperability between in all the platforms is that correct is there's is there something like that yes so our ability one platform can plug into these other platforms forms we have partnerships with Youtube and facebook instagram and with Amazon and other connected TV partners so that we can plug into their platforms and pull data and run campaigns just from one single platform on their native platforms. Wow that's amazing well duffy. I WanNa thank you for chatting with us today. How can people find out more about you and picks ability and the two thousand nineteen state of digital video report they love the enthusiasm that's so they can come to our site picks -bility dot com where they can find the state of digital report in our insights in reports section they also feel free to Lincoln with me on linked in if you have any questions about pigs ability but we'd love to hear from folks and a aw love people to check out our strategy report fantastic thank you Matt Duffy for being on the show. Thanks so much Dane Talk to you soon. Okay and and people will be able to find this episode by searching for Hey and Matt Duffy picks ability my name's Dean Golden..
"dean golden" Discussed on HEY.com - Video Content Marketing Tips
"It's time for the video marketing value podcast from hey dot com. This is the podcast where we help marketers and business owners just like you get more value out of your video marketing efforts. My name is dean golden today. We're going to speak with Nick art, tune in from live shoot, welcome, Nick. Well, hi, thank you so much for having me on. So I was really excited to meet with you at social media marketing world, you have this very interesting. Take on the video production company. What is live shoot? What do you do their life should is a new approach to production? It was designed to empower marketing departments and help them create high quality on brand marketing videos to put it simply imagine market. Your marketing department has a fully. Quipped fully staffed video capabilities. You know, with all the creative talent you have all the actors all the studio sets everything that's necessary to treat your next life action promotional videos advertisements even how to an extreme videos. So all we need from you is your creative idea or vision for your video marketing strategy, and we go, but one thing I wanted to quickly. Yeah. The coup part about out it is the entire video production happens remotely, so all your interaction with life shoot, you know, happens online with our platform. So you don't even have to kind of leave your office. And you still get this eilly produced a brand videos that your brand really needs. So so what you're saying here, I understand is that I have a marketing team, and we may have a certainly an idea for a video, but we don't have to hire all the different. People. We may have to hire some of the people, but as far as the video production of it it happens somewhere other than where I am. I don't have to be there. I can watch the progress, but you're taking care of each of the individual roles and responsibilities. That's true. This is. We need your. We need your creative strategy that you have in mind and everything else we take care of you don't have to worry about getting a crew hiring producer or figuring out all the different things that goes into production. Everything is designed specifically. So we can slowly. Break through your vision and get the videos that unit. Let's let's talk about what the process entails. How does it? How does it go? Once I've signed up. What do I do exactly? Good question. So listen. So I have two little children, and they love pizza, and who doesn't right? The our surprise. You know? And so we regularly order pizza online. So and a lot of people go through the same process. It's very easy the pizza you want is you have to go through and customize the way you want it. So you go through you find the toppings that you want what type of pizza crust and a few other options that would make the pizza. Exactly how you love it. But and you don't have to worry about all the other things that goes into it like who buys the ingredients, which pizza pizza chef is going to create make your pizza or how hot the other would be. No, you don't have to worry about it. Because as long as pizza that you want. You get that pizza, you're happy. And that's the that's the same approach we wanna take video production. So what let's talk about some of the roles and responsibilities. That'll happen. I assume that this is a a web interface some sort of app that someone is tracking is that right? Yes. So let me quickly walk you through how this works. Okay. So similar to the pizza ordering experience you go to our platform. We walk you through the creative brief stage where we break down your idea. And so we can really understand what you're envisioning was the tone was the feeling was the purpose of this video. And then you go to the next stage reaches casting and sets lection. And a you choose as I said before we have all the actors all the studios that we already worked with. So you don't have to worry about going and location scouting or doing your own casting. And the last that you the. The the market does is you use our scrape to break down, the, you know, the scenes and actually bring all these elements together, and then you seat back and rest of the process, we take care of it. And by the way, this whole everything. Throughout this whole process. You have a dedicated director that helps you so if you have any questions they can answer