David Henry To Speak about Video Success at Hispanicize 2012 Conference in Miami

David Henry, a video marketing expert, will give tips on how to create successful videos to Hispanic public relations professionals at the Hispanicize 2012 Conference in Miami on Thursday, April 12, 2012.   

David Henry, an entrepreneur, video marketing and public relations expert, will speak to Hispanic public relations professionals, bloggers, marketers and other communications professionals at Hispanicize 2012 in Miami.  The session entitled, “Are Your Videos Getting Viewed? Top Tips to Video Success” is geared to show attendees common mistakes people make that keep their videos from being seen, getting views and getting results.  Mr. Henry will be speaking along with Alvaro Cabal from Ford Motor Company and Ariel Coro, technology expert from Tu Tecnología.

“Video is one of the hottest tools available to communicators today and the power of YouTube can’t be ignored,” said Mr. Henry.  “Many marketers make simple mistakes that can sabotage their success.  While content is always the most important factor, there are other steps one must do to ensure success.”

The session is geared to show public relations professionals, bloggers and marketers the common mistakes in creating video and give them a foundation to build upon for their future videos and video marketing.  The session will give concrete tips and will show examples of successful videos

Mr. Henry will address the two key reasons why most videos don’t get desired results: the first is that the topic isn’t relevant to the audience and that it’s not told in story format.  The second is that most marketers don’t know what to do once they’ve uploaded their video.  May don’t understand the strategies need to drive viewers and how to use the video to drive more traffic to their website, Facebook page or other social platform.

“Most people don’t put their audience first.  They have their message to tell and they don’t think about how the audience will react or engage with the video.  Success with online video always starts with the audience and understanding the triggers that get them to watch video and take the next step,” said Mr. Henry.

Hispanicize 2012 is in its third year, having launched in Dallas in 2010 and then moved to Los Angeles for the 2011 conference.  Hispanicize 2012 has grown to include not just public relations professionals and bloggers, but other media professionals, Latin film makers and Latin innovators.  Attendees will come from Fortune 500 companies, media outlets and public relations agencies.

David Henry (http://www.therealdavidhenry.com) is an experienced video marketing, public relations, social media and digital marketing professional with more than 20 years of experience working with companies and organizations of all sizes.  Currently, David is the President & CEO of TeleNoticias, LLC (http://www.telenoticiasusa.com), a Hispanic public relations, video marketing and social media company.  David is also the President & CEO of NovoMedia, LLC (http://www.novomediausa.com) , a video marketing,  public relations, social media and digital marketing company.

David has been hired to speak at a variety of conferences and meetings on topics related to public relations, audience marketing, social media and video marketing, He is a recognized authority on utilizing video, social media and public relations strategies to help companies generate new leads and grow their businesses.

(The Real) David Henry

Welcome to The Real David Henry

Ok..so since the url for my site is “The Real David Henry”, I thought it would make sense to make the first blog entry about the name.

If you Google “David Henry” you’ll find other David Henry’s sites (probably what you’d expect, right?). You’ll even find a site url that has the same middle initial as mine. So the url’s with my name are already taken and rank high in the search. I needed a way to be part of the search. Ultimately, I want to be ranked #1…who doesn’t?

So I needed to cut through and rank high in the Googlesphere.  I needed to find a way that will work, is relevant and that makes sense.  Hence, “The Real David Henry”. And as there isn’t anyone else claiming to be the real David Henry (and I am the real David Henry), I’m putting my stake in the ground (well, at least as far as the Internet is concerned).  I’m taking the the name and the site as mine. It only seems fitting.

But I am going to take it another step. If I’m going to be The Real David Henry, the content on this site and blog needs to be real. What does that mean? It means that I’m not going to talk about video marketing for video marketing sake. There will be real solutions that get results, whether that is getting new leads, selling a product, or moving someone into some kind of action. It means that I’m not going to talk about social media for social media sake. There should be a real business/marketing application that gets real results. The bottom line is that I want there to be real applications to what we discuss here. Theory has its place, but I think people want ideas and information that they can use now. That will help them move forward.

So now what?

Well, this is the beginning. I’m going to be writing about “real” marketing issues, how to use video and video marketing to help grow businesses and/or to get someone to take a desired action or next step. I’m going to talk about search engine optimization, search engine marketing, public relations, social media, websites and their role in attracting business and how all of these things work together…in a real way.

Some of these will be written blogs and others well be video. After all, I can’t preach the amazing power of video without using examples, can I?

I will also be addressing issues and questions brought to me from clients, prospective clients, partners and others. Feel free to make a suggestion and please comment. I want to know what you think…not only about this entry, but anything I may post in the future.

Thanks for reading this and I look forward to being in contact with you in the future.

Best,

David HenryThe Real David Henry