Last year I launched the Walker Studios Challenge, a Video Blogging Challenge set to encourage Businesses, Individuals and Charities to raise awareness of themselves and their missions by placing themselves on the second largest search engine in the world; YouTube. Some people found this comical, some found it engaging and others found it helped boost their confidence.
Sooner or later you are all going to notice a big shake up if you visit the Twitter Website, assuming you haven’t already. Twitter has done away with the old @Mentions and Retweets Tabs and replaced them with two new gems, the @username (for me @walkerstudios) and Activity Tabs.
This is the collection of Videos for Week One of the Walker Studios Challenge, as more people submit videos they shall be added here. Don’t forget to watch other peoples videos and share them on all your Social Networking Sites!
So far there has been a lot of people declaring support for The Walker Studios Challenge. So that everyone can see who is taking part and add their name to the list I’ve compiled the following list of participants
Seeking to spread a little more light on the details of the Walker Studios Challenge and getting a little more face to face time with the camera before it all kicks off on Monday, here I am explaining more about the Walker Studios Challenge and what it means to me, and hopefully to those taking part.
It’s been a while since I blogged. Mainly because I haven’t had internet, and haven’t even been back online a full week yet. I have been however considering what to do when I got back online, other than a few things here and there that needed done for some of my clients.
An idea has struck me, brought about with inspiration from Jonny Rose and from my cousin Ryan Murphy. A Challenge occurred to me, one that should be fun and new to a lot of businesses, at least the ones I know, and that had the potential to give their business some exposure.
The following is a video filmed in Avenham and Miller Park in Preston on Easter Monday 2011 during the annual Egg Rolling.
Recently, Nathaniel Cassidy of Duchess of Grange wrote a Blog entitled “Never link your social media profiles!“, which is ironic because I had in the works (AKA my head) a plan for a similar post. Rather than “reinvent the wheel” as Nathaniel did an excellent job with his post I am going to refine mine down to a specific. Do not have LinkedIn automatically update with your Tweets.
Today on my day off my wife and I decided to venture down to the Fishergate Centre in Preston, Lancashire to do some Christmas Shopping, upon entering the upper floor we came across a newly opened store called Appy Feet (19th November 2010). Not knowing exactly what it was we entered the store and began talking to the person behind the desk. For those not in the know, Appy Feet is a spa where fish eat your dead skin.
While sitting at work the other day I saw a message flash up that Tweasier was looking for some guest content, and after asking them if I could join in they agreed. My topic of choice, Follow Friday. They mentioned that they have a blog post related to the subject, which is about a tool that lets you automatically sort out your Follow Fridays, see here for their post.