Written: September 4, 2015

Customized Videos for Clients

In my household we have five cell phone users, so for each user we have a two year contract that allows us to upgrade and pick a new phone from a variety of choices. Our phone carrier is AT&T and they just sent me the neatest thing ever, an email with a link to a customized video on what to do when my new smart phone arrives.

AT&T customized video

In this customized video they displayed and spoke:

They also described a free app to migrate my existing phone content to the new one using AT&T Mobile Transfer. A final step was to let AT&T know that I had my new phone all ready to use, so I visited http://att.com/activations/

They’ve really made the process of upgrading smart phones easy to do, and that customized video was a first time experience for me, quite impressive, so I wonder how many other businesses would benefit from creating customized videos for their clients to be delighted with.

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Adding a Link to a PDF Document in WordPress

WordPress is wonderful to create blogs or web sites, but what if you need to add a PDF document?

Here’s a quick video that shows how you can add a PDF document link to any page or post in WordPress:

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2 responses to “Adding a Link to a PDF Document in WordPress”

  1. Alexis says:

    I often use “add media”, didn’t even realize it apply PDF file. Thanks for the share.

  2. Daniel Payne says:


    Glad to help out. WordPress has so many features that it takes a while to figure them all out. All the best to your stroller business.

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Video Screen Capture

I decided today to start creating a video series to help my web clients learn how to use WordPress, the most popular Content Management System in the world. First off I did a Google search to find which apps were recommended for Mac OS X.

Next, I looked at each app and then decided on iShowU, provided by Shiny White Box.
The user interface is Spartan-like but gets the job done:

Within a few minutes I had my first video screen capture saved as a .MOV file:

I was delighted to find that there was a built-in way to upload my new video to YouTube however in the middle of the transfer it gave me some error message and I had to delete the process.
Finally, I logged into my YouTube account and simply uploaded my new video:

The marketing folks tell me that YouTube.com is the #2 most popular search engine on the web, right behind Google.com as the #1 search engine.

Maybe your business would benefit from Videos, check it out and let me know.

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