By Patrick Henry on May 5th, 2009To see the video, you have to follow the link.
Printers of all sizes are making creative use of YouTube for marketing, customer relations, and just plain fun. Warren Werbit’s rant-heard-round-the-world is a viral classic. But others are making their presence known in their own ways, and the results can be a treat to watch.
Kevin Keane, president and CEO of IAPHC, sent us links to videos posted by his members. This one, from Brodock Press of Utica, NY, captures the entire print manufacturing workflow in a little over two minutes:
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
DataPoint: Printers Move to YouTube.
Found this at Patrick Henry's new blog at The Printing Office. hosted at PrintCEO. I've been on this little soapbox for about a month , so it was great to find Patrick's post. I'm still hoping for the Dr Joe Webb/Frank Romano show on YouTube. I'm seeing "Siskel and Ebert" for Print.
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