by Sam Mestman, FCP.co Want to make more money out of video? In this article from Sam Mestman, he details his ideas, solutions and hard-earned experience that will help you win more business from more clients and be happier doing it. Sam here… believe it or not, I don’t think the biggest problem facing video professionals […]Read more "How to Manage Clients and Build Your Own Video Business"
by Taylor Martin, CNET Take advantage of your router’s USB port with a little trick that lets you share a hard drive with anyone on your Wi-Fi network. Setting up a networked hard drive is a great way to access all your files from multiple computers. Maybe you want to share documents with coworkers without having […]Read more "Share a Hard Drive with Everyone on your Wi-Fi Network"
by CHRIS HOFFMAN Troubleshooting a Mac is different from troubleshooting a PC, but not that different. Here’s how to use your Mac’s built-in startup options to test your hardware, boot in safe mode, reinstall macOS, and perform other system tasks. To access one of these tools, you’ll first have to shut down or restart your Mac. […]Read more "Troubleshoot Your Mac With These Hidden Startup Options"
by David Strauss, FstoppersOne of the most difficult aspects of professional photography is dealing with business. This will help… “It can be hard to be a business owner who is prone to shyness and introversion,” says a Shapr user named Gwendolyn, who owns a portrait photography service. She’s voicing a universal concern, particularly among many professional […]Read more "This App Connects Photographers to Endless Business Opportunities"
by RONDA SUDER You’ve got questions, your interviewer has answers. Take advantage! You’re on your way to landing your next job, or your first job, and everything’s going well. After carefully applying to numerous positions, you’ve been contacted to schedule an interview. Woo-hoo! You begin to break into your happy dance. That is, until you realize […]Read more "THE COMPLETE LIST OF ESSENTIAL INTERVIEW QUESTIONS TO ASK"
by Lillian Childress, Glassdoor We all want a resume that will jump out of the pile into the hands of the HR manager. But how do we craft a resume that is tasteful yet aesthetic, impressive yet not brag-y? Thanks to beautiful templates from Etsy, here are the top resume tips compiled from Glassdoor experts. […]Read more "13 Attention-Grabbing Resume Examples"
by Chris Westfall Chris Westfall wants to help you talk about yourself. As a Keynote Speaker, Writer, and Entrepreneur in Houston, Texas, Chris has taken it upon himself to help others craft their stories. As the US National Elevator Pitch Champion, there’s no one better than Chris to help you master the perfect elevator pitch. […]Read more "What’s Your Story? The Perfect Elevator Pitch"
by Eileen Hoenigman Meyer A thank you note is an important follow-up after a face-to-face interview, even in our media industry. In addition to being a polite acknowledgement to those who interviewed you, a thank you note also gives you one more opportunity to remind them what a stellar candidate they found in you. Whether […]Read more "How to Write A Winning Thank-You Letter"
by The Glassdoor Team When it comes to the interview process, research and preparation for the interview can often times determine your chances of making it to the next step. One of the best ways to get ready for a job interview is to practice your responses to any and all interview questions – even […]Read more "The 50 Most Common Interview Questions"
“It’s not a resume, it’s a time machine.” –D. Draper. So we all know you need a written (traditional) paper resume to get a job. If you’re in the video field, you’ll also need a video resume/reel showing your camera footage, your motion graphics, your visuals. And if your a print person, you’ll need a […]Read more "“How I landed a job with Slideshare “"