But they have to stay up-to-date on the latest tools, tips and techniques to keep ahead of the competition. Our 60-second 'How To' videos and articles help marketers stay on top of things one minute at a time.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 20, 2008
The 60 Second Marketer, an online video magazine for busy marketing executives, has found a growing global audience that is embracing the site's use of new and emerging media. The Web site (http://www.60SecondMarketer.com) uses the latest Web technology to provide 60-second video tutorials with tips that help executives stay up-to-date on the latest marketing trends.
"In just four months since the site's launch, members of the global marketing community have not only visited the site, but have contributed content," said Jamie Turner, the site's editor and founder. "Our contributors are helping us meet the site's goal of going beyond a video magazine to become an online community."
The site has attracted visits from more than 70 countries around the globe including China, Tanzania, Japan, India, Australia, Slovenia, El Salvador, Pakistan, New Zealand, France, the U.K., Bulgaria, Netherlands, Argentina, Austria, Canada and others.
"Marketing executives are a particularly busy group of people," Turner said. "But they have to stay up-to-date on the latest tools, tips and techniques to keep ahead of the competition. Our 60-second 'How To' videos and articles help marketers stay on top of things one minute at a time."
About The 60 Second Marketer:
The 60 Second Marketer is an online video magazine for busy marketing executives who want to stay current on the latest marketing tools, tips, trends and techniques.
The site has a video library of 60-second tutorials on the latest trends in marketing. Video titles include "What are the Most Common Search Engine Mistakes?," "Why Most Blogs Fail" and "How to Recover Lost Customers".
Visitors from around the globe contribute to the site. They help provide feedback on the video tutorials and also provide written scripts and articles detailing the latest trends in marketing. Contributors include CEOs, CMOs, authors, Ph.D.s and marketing authorities who want to share their expertise with other members of the marketing community.
For more information, contact:
The 60 Second Marketer
Jamie.Turner @ 60SecondMarketer.com