Don’t Lose Out When Posting a Video!
We love seeing your videos and photos in our media feed!
But there is so much more to it ….
While it is perfectly easy to get them up
on HELLO STAGE while they are hosted on Youtube or Vimeo,
a lot of you are not using the little Facebook
icon to upload them to your Facebook page via HELLO STAGE.
It does sound a little more complicated at first
but it makes so much sense if you are looking at
it a little closer
(and you still should keep your Youtube / Vimeo channel of course!)
Doing the little detour via HELLO STAGE has a huge
advantage: it means that anyone who watches your video
on Facebook will actually be taken back to
your profile on HELLO STAGE to watch it there.
If the promoter / orchestra / manager in question likes it,
they can browse all your other info at once!
Believe me, only a very small percentage will take
the trouble to then go and google you
if they just happened to stumble upon you on Facebook.
So catch them while you can!
We all know how easy it is to get lost on
Youtube and we all have done it!
You managed to get the attention of
someone who could be important for you
and you let them run loose on Youtube again -
just imagine the telephone rings,
they need to run into a meeting etc. etc. etc.
but they started clicking around on Youtube,
just to waste those extra few minutes before going off
or during a not so interesting conversation...
this is where you easily end up when you started
out watching Balázs Bánfi’s video of
Peteris Vasks „Distant light“;
next stop: „oh there is a cello concerto too“...
next stop: Vasks Quartett, followed by:
how to cook like Heston, potatoes…
When returning back to the screen after the phone
call or the meeting,
they will have forgotten who caught their eye in the first place.
Bettina Mehne manages
the relationships with Artists, Ensembles,
their Managements as well as Promoters on HELLO STAGE.
She toured Orchestras around the world,
worked for London and Germany based Managements,
took care of Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen
as their Artistic Manager and headed
the Artistic Planning at the Wiener Konzerthaus for six seasons.
Follow Bettina on Twitter
- you can also
always reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org