This winter I took a trip to Viewtopia, Vidyard’s Video Marketing Summit. Every year Vidyard brings together a unique group of people that are testing the boundaries of how video can be used for business.
The review process can be one of the most frustrating stages of a video project. Most teams end up hacking together an ineffective process using email and file sharing tools. At Slope, we want to make this process easier, and that's why we're excited to launch video annotations! Now it’s easier than ever to provide accurate feedback on videos.
Staying organized is hard. We know this pain incredibly well from our time as a creative agency. Tracking deliverables and staying organized with lots of people doing lots of work across lots of projects requires a Herculean level of attention to detail. With Stage Tracker, teams now have a top level view of all work in progress.
The review process can be one of the most frustrating stages of a creative project. Most teams end up hacking together an ineffective process using email and file sharing tools (heaven-forbid you print something, draw on it, and scan it!). At Slope, we want to make this process easier, and that's why we're excited to launch image annotations!
Earlier this year, we went to the 4A’s (American Association of Advertising Agencies) Transform Conference to learn from leaders in technology, advertising, and media, about the future of marketing. There were some lively debates, and incredible group of panelists from both agencies and brands.
We’ve got time coded comments! Now it’s easier than ever to provide accurate feedback on videos within Slope.
Our biggest update yet!
We’ve made some major updates and improvements to Slope in the last few months. To illustrate these changes, we created a demo company—Arrow Software—to demonstrate some best practices on Slope’s capabilities and how you can get the most out of what Slope offers.
Happy Wednesday from all of us at Slope!
This is a big one. Slope can now handle most document, image, spreadsheet, and video files. BOOM!
Great news! We just released milestone version control. It’s been a long time in the making, and we’re thrilled it’s finally in your hands.
Slope is a media collaboration platform that makes it simple and efficient to work together on media projects.
The video production world is complicated, stressful and ultimately, awesome. I came up with a list of lessons learned for others who find themselves on a video shoot for the first time.
Last week, we sat down with marketing rockstar and Outleads founder, Dorin Rosenshine to discuss popular trends in the industry as well as best practices for producing content, engaging prospects, and preparing for conferences.
Endless email chains can be scary on video projects. Slope aims to change that.
Last week, we attended the Collision Conference in Downtown Las Vegas featuring over 7,500 people in the tech community. This being our first conference, here are some takeaways from the event as well as recommendations on how to best prepare, execute, and follow up.
Obtaining feedback can be a huge headache when editing video projects. Slope aims to change that.
In an effort to highlight many of the pain points our prospects experience when producing, managing, and collaborating on media projects, each week we will be releasing a short videos that overly exaggerates these frustrations. From issues with accessing files to endless email chains, these videos are sure to be ridiculous and somewhat horrifying for those have dealt with the aggravation of producing consistent media content.
Reid Pletcher boulders through Moab, Utah in Part 3 of his adventure series
This March, former NCAA Nordic Ski Champion Reid Pletcher decided to embark on an epic adventure around the globe. Starting in Sochi, Russia as a Paralympic ski guide for his close friend Jake Adicoff, Reid rollerbladed 800 miles through Europe, bouldered in Moab, Utah, built igloos on top of the Rocky Mountains, and hiked through the jungles of Peru. We asked Reid to take a GoPro camera along on his travels. Here is Part 3 of the adventure series featuring Reid in Moab.
As an early stage startup, we are always on the prowl for ways to grow our business while becoming more efficient. Whether it’s producing content, engaging with people on social media, or reaching out to prospects, our efforts are geared towards generating signups in order to build out our pipeline prior to launching.
Ried Pletcher finished his 800-mile skate through Europe and arrives in Italy in Part 2 of his adventures.
The Reid Pletcher Adventure Series: Last year, in association with TernPro, former NCAA Nordic Ski Champion Reid Pletcher documented his trip from the Paralympics as a ski guide to Italy on skates.
The best ways to make an event video more successfull and cost-effective for your organization.
Video is the most versatile media available today because all videos serve a different purpose. One of the most successful types of forms of video that can highlight your business in a new light is an event video.
Video is the best way to increase brand awareness, engagement, and searchability
Words and pictures can only go so far to tell your organization’s story. Facts, product benefits, statistics, etc., are easily transmitted in this two-dimensional format, but do little to engage customers and keep them coming back for more. Video gives you the opportunity to deliver your message in a way that is interesting, entertaining, and rapidly processed.