SEO Training With Leslie Rohde And Dan Thies – Get Their Next Product For FREE! Curious about the next best thing in SEO? Paul Colligan grabbed Leslie Rohde on Skype and got him to giveaway not one, but TWO copies of his new 4-figure search engine optimization course and software program just by leaving a (3 word or better) comment below. Winner will be announced here on 10

Making Web Video At The Expert’s Studio in Portland, Oregon For A Facebook Fan Page Paul Colligan joins the team to create the intro video for the With New Media project at the Expert’s Studio in Portland, Oregon. Video was taken on a $150 Kodak Zi8 camera. What you’ll see in this web video is the filming of a high definition introduction recording that Paul will be using on his “With New Media” Facebook Fan Page.

YouTube Secret Weapon 2.0 – Julie’s Last Hurrah Julie Perry of YouTube Secret Weapon recently accepted a high profile job as the Social Media Director for Blast Media. As a result, we’ll picking picking Julie’s brain dry on a final all-day Webinar for YouTube Secret Weapon 2.0. All of the details (plus ordering) can be found at – Updates – Free Webinar To Maximize The New Channel Pages YouTube keeps getting bigger and bigger (as well as more and more important). Here are a few trends in YouTube that we’ve been noticing (1080p, “big” names, focus on television content, etc.) and a chance to join us for a free webinar on maximizing the new YouTube Channel Page formats. Send a blank email to for more details.

UberSyndicator – Publish To Dozens Of Social Media Sites Without Getting Distracted Paul Colligan demonstrates his UberSyndicator product – which allows the publishing of content to dozens of social media sites without the need to log into each and get distracted accordingly. This one-way communication option lets you syndicate without getting distracted.

Screencasting In Quicktime 10 Paul Colligan demonstrates how you can do simple screencasting (create a screencast) with nothing more than Quicktime 10 (which comes with Snow Leopard) on the Mac. Please leave comments below on how you think this might affect other (paid) Mac screencasting programs such as Screenflow, SnapZ Prox, and Camtasia?