Date:                October 12 - October 13, 2017
Location:         1805 Collaboration Place, Ames IA
Schedule:        Day 1: 10am - 10pm, Day 2: 8am - 4pm
Fee:                  $600 Early Bird; $650 Regular Registration
Join us and discover how to improve your business with online video marketing!  
This hands-on boot camp will cover everything from laying out the content of your video through what equipment fits your needs the best and the basics of how to use it. 
Early Bird Registration ends September 22, 2017.​​


Best practices of on-line video marketing:
  • Learn the groundwork necessary to produce professional results.
  • Discover strategies for shaping your message and getting it to the right audience.
  • Explore equipment and software options, including how to use them and what might be best for you.
  • Track your success via industry standard web analytics tools.
What Will You Learn?
Because video is a tool you need if you want to reach the broadest possible Internet audience.
Boot camp attendees will:
  • Get intensive, hands-on practice with various levels of industry-standard hardware and software.
  • Learn how to develop a budget for your appropriate video strategy.
  • Determine how to gauge the impact of what you produce.
Register Today!
Paul Gormley
Paul Gormley - Paul Gormley has been a project manager at Iowa State University Center for Industrial Research and Service (CIRAS) for 15 years. His primary goal is to help companies develop innovative, sustainable paths to profit and communicate what makes them great.He has a BS in Electrical Engineering and an MBA from Iowa State University
Neal Rabogliatti - Neal Rabogliatti is the senior e-strategy consultant for Catalyst Connection in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Rabogliatti has over 14 years of Internet development and marketing experience, specializing in developing strategies for search engine optimization and conversion in the business-to-business and manufacturing sectors.

The Center for Industrial Research and Service (CIRAS) provides applied research, education, and technical assistance to Iowa industry through partnerships with Iowa's universities, community colleges, and government agencies.  Assistance is supported in part by the DoC/NIST Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership, the DoD/DLA Procurement Technical Assistance Program, the DoC/EDA University Center Program, and the State of Iowa Economic Growth Committee appropriation for the CIRAS Technology Assistance Program.   If you have any suggestions, corrections, or need any assistance accessing the information on our site, please contact the
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