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When you think of NFL teams hitting the road, you probably picture players and coaches climbing aboard team buses and planes and suiting up in visiting locker rooms. But thousands of NFL fans stand to see their teams hit the road permanently in the next couple of years. That’s because the Chargers, Raiders and Rams are all weighing moves to Los Angeles. And while that’s bad news for San Diego, Oakland and St. Louis, it stands to be very good news for LA, which hasn’t had a professional football team in 20 years.
Humans are visual creatures. When we watch a video, we use more than just our eyes to engage with the production. Video triggers all sorts of emotions and thought patterns within our brains, and this type of engagement is satisfying on many different levels.
Move over late night television and make room for Stephen Colbert. Midnight TV watchers have a lot to look forward to with this fellow. He’s liable to say anything, and who knows how far off the deep he’ll go with guests. One things for sure; with Stephen Colbert, the Late Show is bound to be a hit.
Born in 1964, the comedian is the youngest of 11 siblings. He began his career in 1988 with the Second City Comedy Tour, and went on to write and appear on “The Dana Carvey Show” in 1996. He got his big break in 1997 when he began writing for “Good Morning America”. After that came a series of hits and opportunities for the budding comedian and writer, including the highly rated Comedy Central show “The Colbert Report”.
When most people hear the term visual content marketing, they automatically think of product or explainer videos. Now, those are certainly great examples, but there are several other ways to market your content visually, and in fact, it’s best to diversify your methods. You want customers to remain interested in your brand, and to anticipate your next creative piece. Here are some familiar, and perhaps some not so familiar ways to add visuals to your content marketing arsenal.