Getting the Most Views and Assessing Impacts From Your Videos

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Videos are the new fact sheets. However, understanding how to maximize your reach and assess your impact after your video is made is critical to its success. NCACES invites all Extension program and staff development professionals to join the next NCACES online professional development training February 2nd from 9 a.m.-10 a.m. where we’ll address this very topic. The meeting will cover:

  • Where to post your video to get the most impact including how to leverage Extension Information and Technology resources to help boost visibility
  • How to use analytics to assess impacts after your video has launched
  • How to rank your view counts in the spectrum of good, bad, or viral videos
  • And more

Presenters Include:

Duarte Morais, Assoc Professor Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
CALS Communication Representative(s): Kenneth Ellzey, Extension Specialist (Video Ed / production) and/or Chris Liotta, CALS Video Producer


Topic: Getting the Most Views and Assessing Impacts from Your Videos

Date: Friday, February 2, 2018

Time: 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

Zoom URL will be available in January

*NCACES is now accepting new members! NCACES is open to Extension program and staff development professionals including Specialists, Faculty, Associates, Program Coordinators, and Area Specialized Agents. For more information, please contact Sarah Blacklin

Future Meeting Dates:

NCACES Spring Meeting will be held May 4, 2018.

NCACES Fall Meeting, which is the Annual Meeting, will be held November 2, 2018