Who Is Afraid of the Big Bad Camera?

Published by Texas Society of Association Executives and Georgia Society of Association Executives


Summary

Hiding behind the camera is no longer a viable option for those who are looking to grow and nourish their business using social media. Storytelling, vlogging, live video -all of these require someone to be on video to connect with your brand and grow your online audience. Getting to know, like and trust your brand, or you requires... you! Yet often fear wins and video loses. I am ready to help you knock down the walls of fear and build a strong foundation for video success.

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Presenters
Dorien Morin-van Dam
Dorien Morin-van Dam is a social media consultant, trainer and keynote speaker. She is a regularly featured expert on CBS where she shares social media strategies, live video tips and the marketing news for businesses. You'll recognize Dorien online and on-stage by her signature orange glasses, a nod to her Dutch heritage.

Originally Published

August 7, 2019


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Who is Afraid of the Big Bad Camera - Handout
  • Who is Afraid of the Big Bad Camera - Video

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