My first Short Doc Attempt from 2015

2015 was my first time visiting the Collingwood Elvis Festival. As an aspiring documentary filmmaker, I wanted to go out and film the madness and just see what came out of it.

At the time I was shooting on a Nikon DSLR without any stabilization or ND filters which are really good at cutting down the amount of light so really bright things like the sky don’t get completely washed out. I had borrowed a really cheap shoulder rig from a friend and it really didn’t seem to help much. I did have a decent microphone but it is meant to pick up pretty much everything and it certainly did.

The result was a 5min short that I cut together shortly after but never posted or showed to anyone. I wasn’t thrilled with the shaky footage, the blown out exposure, nor the audio challenges that I had faced as well.

In the 2 years since filming this I’ve learned a whole lot more, and spent a lot of money on equipment that could do a much better job today.

However, the most important thing I’ve learned is this: If you can’t tell a good story with cheap equipment, all the money in the world cannot fix your film. And that is something I really believe. Clean beautiful shots are important, don’t get me wrong, but the absolute best quality footage will only take you so far. What will keep viewers engaged is the story that you tell.

I’ve seen a lot of great documentary films and every now and again I see that shot that’s just out of focus, or a little shaky or hard to hear and it solidifies my belief. Knowing that this film maker chose to use a bad shot because it was integral to the story they were trying to tell, is something I find very honest and comforting.

So watching my first attempt at a short doc again as the 2017 Elvis Festival kicks off, I figured what the hell, it was fun to make and the story is not half bad, but I will let you be the judge.

Why I’m Installing Theater Seats In The Studio

I’ve always been service oriented. To me it is important to make sure clients and customers are comfortable and well looked after. I feel like there are very few jobs and professions where this should not or does not apply. Maybe that’s my nature but I believe that this approach has helped me succeed not only as an employee but even more so as an entrepreneur.

In my agency days, the client was king. We would wine and dine clients like it was their birthday. We would jump through hoops to make them feel special and want to work with us. Now for the record, I’m not a fan of trying to make people like me by throwing money at them. That’s not the point. I actually did forge some great relationships because we just had a lot of fun together.

Now I’m at a point in my life where wining and dining and especially late night partying on a Wednesday is not really my thing. But there are still ways to go above and beyond to make clients feel extra special and welcome.

Here’s where the Theater Seats come in. When I was originally planning my studio, the concept was just a couch and and a TV. Somewhere to comfortably screen client videos that was not on my tablet or computer screen.

Well my Wife went searching and found these theater seats which seemed too perfect. And just like that, the simple and modest client screening area snowballed into a mini theater with authentic seating and a projector screen.

Currently I have most of the platform built. It is also on wheels so that I can move it around by myself and turn it to face whatever wall necessary. I have a few more boards to cut and lay down for the flooring and then I need to permanently bolt the seats to the boards. Like some of my projects in the studio, it is still a work in progress but I wanted to show it off and see what people think. is it too much? A little over the top? you be the judge.

Stay tuned for more progress as I finish it off and install the the projector in the next few weeks.

Elevator Pitch Video Promotion 2017

Last year we launched a very special promotion and are excited to once again offer this amazing discount for a professional 1 minute video, regularly valued at $2000-$3500.

The idea is simple, by establishing a few creative parameters, and by shooting in one location on one day only, bfresh.media is able to provide your business with a 1 min video at this great price. The video package includes a logo animation and custom graphics and text, plus more.

Here is a full list of what you get:

  • 1 Minute Video featuring you and your business
  • Scripting consultation
  • Your logo animated
  • Ability to add other photos or videos.
  • 3 music options
  • Custom Colours and Fonts
  • Video optimization for website or social media
  • Closed Caption file (essential for facebook)

You get all that for only $599 per business for the entire production. Additionally, as with all our productions, it is our goal to make sure you are happy with the end product so there is the opportunity for you to provide feedback and changes to the video as well.

However, if you are looking for more customization, a rate card is also available for further changes in case you want to add things like motion graphics, extra video footage, or additional people.

Here are two great examples from last year’s promotion:

An information session will be held on the evening of March 15th at The Clever Office to finalize scripts, provide wardrobe pointers, and general question answer. All bookings must be finalized by 8pm on 15th.

The Clever office is located at 1 First St. Collingwood ON, Suite 220. Learn more about this coworking space here:

Spaces are limited so call 416-912-1513 or email Ben b@bfresh.media to sign up today!

I have a new marketing video… Now what?

*UPDATED FOR 2019*

OK, you’re on the right track, you have invested in video advertising. Your shiny new video is engaging, it’s entertaining, it’s informative, It’s perfect!… but now what? Unfortunately all of those things don’t mean that people are going to watch it.

In order to get the most out of your investment there are many things to be done in terms of sharing that video and setting it up properly for the best chance at success.

In this blog post I will focus on 3 main areas including your website, Facebook, and youtube. There are of course, hundreds, even thousands of other places, to share your video outside of these. In an effort to keep this fairly short and simple, however, I will touch briefly on some of those other areas but focusing on what I think should be your top priority as well as some things you can do over the long term, to stretch your ROI . And it may seem like a long list of action items but everything on this list I do for all of our videos in a matter of a few hours and complete on day one of releasing any video. So here is what you need to do:

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Having video on your website can increase engagement and boost your Search Engine Ranking. It is an incredible tool that can convey a great deal of information in a short amount of time. However, the location, design, and functionality all need to be considered in order to use the video in order to help your website instead of hurt it. For example, if no one can find it or if the file size is too large that it loads slowly, you 

  1. Uploading vs. Embedding Your Video – If you already have a youtube channel, a vimeo account or even a facebook page, you may consider uploading your video there first and embedding it into your website. Embedding involves copying a piece of code from the original loacation and pasting onto your website so that it displays that video which links to the original account. You can also upload to your website directly, say if you have a wordpress website, however other websites like youtube will compress the video for optimum size and speed while wordpress does not. so if you upload a full hd video directly to your website this could slow it down significantly. If you do plan on uploading to your website, be sure to let your video producer know in advance so they can provide an optimized version for web.
  2. Location – this is key but sometimes an afterthought for some as the video is created long after the website is designed and live. If you need to go back to your designer to help place your video properly, I might suggest doing that. Basically you want it to be at the top of the page either as soon as a user lands on your website or on the product/video page that it is speaking directly about. Try to keep it above the fold which means the user does not have to scroll down in order to see it. Oh and never auto play. If a user lands on your web page and the video starts playing automatically with sound, that is a major turn off.
  3. Think about your funnel – If the purpose of your video is to entice viewers to buy now, you want to make sure that the buy now option is really close by. Essentially you want to make it very easy for them to follow through with your call to action, whether that’s a donation, sign up for a newsletter, or enroll in a course. If they have to go looking for that once the video is over, you may lose them.
  4. Refine your embedding options – If you do embed your video from another platform, keep in mind that things like frame size and player style are often customizable. Have a look at your options and make sure you choose the ones that are best for your needs. Unfortunately YouTube not long ago removed the ability to disable “suggested videos” This means that when your video ends, the user will see a bunch of other video thumbnails that usually have no relation to your brand. This is actually terrible and why I have a hard time suggesting this as an option anymore because it can completely remove the user from your message and experience. Facebook can actually be a better option, especially because most of my clients don’t even have a youtube channel in the first place but most don’t know that you can even embed facebook videos. 

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In recent years, Facebook has really made a push to encourage users to upload video content directly, instead of sharing it from YouTube and it is working. You will notice that a YouTube video will show on a Facebook feed only as a thumbnail link but native videos will start playing (without sound) as soon as you scroll up to them in your feed. This is really important to note because if you want as many people to watch your video as possible, here is what you need to do:

  1. Upload your video to Facebook – Like I said, don’t just share the YouTube link because it won’t get nearly as many views. If you have a business page, be sure to upload it there and not to your personal profile. When you do upload, make sure you give thought to the title, keywords, and Thumbnail. Don’t just use the name of the file that your video producer sent to you, use something more descriptive. The poster frame is the still image or thumbnail that shows before the video plays. Often you can select that frame from the video but a custom image might be best.
  2. Don’t forget the post – When you upload your video, by default it will show up in your feed as a post. Make sure to write a post about the video to help get people’s attention. Here are a few more things to consider when writing that post:
    1. Tag Tag Tag – make sure to tag any other person or business in your video so that they will see it and most likely help to share it.
    2. Hashtags – Ok people still have mixed feelings about using hashtags on Facebook but I say if it’s relevant and could help people find you then go for it. Just don’t get carried away with it though. Because at the end of the day, it’s still a Facebook hashtag.
  3. Captions are key! – Remember that part about videos on Facebook always playing without sound until you click on them? Well if you want to increase your chances of people clicking on your video, then you should add captions. Let’s not forget all those people who are on Facebook while at work or school. To avoid being caught, they can’t click on your video so subtitles will ensure that they will still get the message too. Subtitles are simply a must have and something we always provide to our clients. (Want to learn how to add Captions to your Facebook video? here’s a quick how to)
  4. Share it – If you’ve uploaded it to your business page, start by sharing it on your own wall. Not everyone who likes the page will even see the video so this will help get the ball rolling. If you have employees, customers, family, tell them about the video and get them all to share it too. The more times the video is shared, the larger the audience will be. This bump in popularity gives a boost to your visibility too as Facebook will show your post more because it is being shared, liked, and commented on. So once that ball starts rolling it can really gain some serious momentum.

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Youtube is the second largest search engine in the world so if you have video advertising that is not on youtube then you are missing out on a massive audience. Here are a few small things (without getting too advanced) that you should do once your video is uploaded to help people find it:

  1. Fill in all the boxes – I would say on Youtube, your title, description, keywords, are even more important than facebook. That’s because your video can show up in google searches based on that information. So again, don’t just use what the file from your producer is labeled, think about what someone, searching for you or the subject of your video, might type into google. The same goes for the description. Make sure to add links to your website or other relevant pages so that people can learn more or buy now.
  2. Custom Thumbnail is key – Again, more important than facebook your youtube the thumbnail or poster frame is essential in getting users to click on your video. Usually the ones they give you as an option are terrible with your mouth wide open, or mid blink. You want something that looks professional and gives the viewer a sample of what they are about to watch. If you want some inspiration, just go to youtube and look at the recommended videos to see a wide range of examples that will include screen grabs or fully designed titles with text. NOTE that if you do not see the option to upload a custom thumbnail (in your video settings) it means that your account is not verified. Visit the channel settings page and go through the easy process of verifying your account to unlock this and other features.
  3. Share Share Share: Without getting too carried away with other platforms here is where we can talk about other places to share your youtube video. This is another reason you want to make sure your channel is set up properly in terms of your branding and links in your description so that traffic you drive to the video can find more information about you, your company, and your website. So think about all the other social media accounts you might have and share away. Twitter, Linkedin, even your Google My Business listing will all allow you to share your video. If your video is less than 60 seconds then consider posting you your instagram feed as well. If your video is over 1 minute, maybe leave a link in the description or in your bio that will take viewers to the full version. Personally I wouldn’t recommend uploading your video to IGTV unless it is a vertical composition.

Stretching that ROI

So again, everything that I’ve mentioned here I will do in a few hours on day one of releasing my video. If the video is on your website, then there is a likelihood that it will continue getting traffic as long as people are visiting your website. On social media however, that momentum can die off quickly but you should not just forget about it after the dust has settled.

  1. Consider boosting your Facebook post – Long after your video has been posted, that post still exists and should be stretched as far as it can go. For a very reasonable fee you are able to put that video in front of a very targeted audience. Choose how much you want to spend from a minimum of $1 per day for any length of time to create a campaign. I recommend doing this over the course of a year either quarterly or monthly depending on your marketing seasonality and budget.
  2. Advertise on Youtube – This is also a highly effective and targeted form of advertising. Once your video is uploaded you can pay to have it run before other videos as an advertisement. I would recommend doing this only if your video is very short and designed with this channel in mind because you often only have 5 seconds to catch someone’s attention and you might only be able to hold it for another 10. 

 

We definitely recommend planning as much of this as you can before even going into production. It is our preference to help in the development of that campaign so that we know exactly what needs to be created and why. However, if you’re just getting to it after your video has been finalized and delivered, don’t fret. Take a deep breath, try to tackle each of these things one at a time, and remember that we are always here to help.

Newfoundland (in ten days): A Viral Success

Had I known the video I cut of our vacation across Newfoundland would be seen by so many people, I may have left out the part about making Mr. Noodles, using the hotel coffee maker, without a shirt on…

Aside from that slightly revealing scene, I think many fellow travelers and Newfoundland natives connected with the ground level, first hand perspective of our travel video. To me, it was a pretty typical excursion, getting “screeched in”, visiting popular destinations like Signal Hill, Cape Spear, and Gross Morne Park among many others. Basically we hit as many sights as we could in 10 days, but I believe it was that typical experience, with a bit of our funny antics, that struck a chord with people, propelling the video into viral success.

Within one week the facebook post had reached over half a million people. It had been shared over 5,000 times, viewed approximately 240,000 times and received over 500 comments, all of which were positive. Most notably, it was shared and tweeted by the official Newfoundland & Labrador tourism page and we were featured on the MUCH travel blog Far and Wide.

The video is just over 3min and contains 214 shots. That is an average of less than 2 seconds per clip. It is fast moving but the only way to fit as much as I could without the video being a full 1hr feature. And trust me, we had more than enough footage for a feature.

In case you haven’t seen it, here it is for your viewing pleasure:

So what was it that made this video more shareable than others? Up to this point, the most my work had been viewed to any viral extent was 13,000 times. I didn’t even obey the first rule of digital marketing which is keep it short. So what was it about this one that made it so popular?

Here are my thoughts and take away from the success of this video:

    1. I gave other businesses and people a reason to share. Don’t blink because you might miss them but featured in the video are several local businesses from breweries to cafes as well as international brands like ford and adidas. This was a bit of a strategic move on my part in the beginning, just to get the ball rolling. When I posted the video I made sure to tag those businesses in the hopes that they would share it to their followers and indeed most of them did. Some of them also tagged other pages involved in Newfoundland Tourism which helped even more.
    2. Travel is a big part of it. There are 3 kinds of people in canada, Those who live in Newfoundland, those who have been to Newfoundland, and those who want to visit Newfoundland. Well maybe not exactly, but I found those were the 3 largest groups that were leaving comments on the post. The largest response was from Newfoundlanders and I think a lot of it was recognizing places, and experiences… and that leads us to reason #3.
    3. It was relatable. One comment in particular I believe summed it up completely. Someone said: “This is the most realistic tourism video I’ve ever seen”. Unlike most tourism videos, I was focused on our experience right down to the very senses. As much as the scenery was breathtaking almost everywhere we went, I also captured the small things like touching surfaces, drinking beer and wine, to the point where you could almost feel, taste and smell the same things we were. And to me I think these are the more relatable experiences because as beautiful as drone footage is, I the tourist will never see a destination from that perspective.
    4. It left you wanting more. “The clips move too fast” was a fairly common comment. Not to be too harsh but I feel it is important to note that that feedback seemed to come only from an older demographic. Despite the comment, it didn’t stop people from watching it and I think it’s because they really wanted to see more. In other words, the one negative actually worked in its favour because you didn’t want to miss anything.
    5. It worked without sound. Now this is a facebook marketing tactic that I did adhere to. How often do you watch videos on facebook without sound? Probably more often than you realize. 82% of viewers watched my video without sound. That’s why when it comes to facebook video, It is imperative to try and catch someone’s attention in the first 3 seconds and be able to hold their attention without sound on. So subtitles and visual storytelling are huge. That would also explain my main demographic as the video started with the title “Newfoundland (in ten days)” and shot straight into recognizable locations and landmarks, and you didn’t need sound to follow along.

 
So what is my takeaway? Basically this video that I created for fun, more than anything else, serves as a great case study. The learning I have gained from this experience will go into every other client project moving forward in the hopes that we can recreate that viral effect. Before this, my bar was set at 13,000 views, now my sights are set on clearing that achievement of 240,000 views. And wouldn’t you want that to be your brand? I mean who doesn’t want, a huge increase in Page likes, engagment on a national or even global scale, plus a huge spike in website traffic?

What is Direct Response Advertising?

Direct response advertising is very popular among retailers and not for profits because when done properly, it is a highly effective form of advertising. In my experience, most small businesses use this form of advertising without even knowing it. So what is DR? well let’s break it down. The term “direct” refers to the targeting nature of DR. Response is just that, a response mechanism that allows advertisers to track efficiency of the ad and the medium, in order to optimize campaign performance.

The best example to give you is direct response TV, otherwise known as infomercials. Infomercials popularized DRTV because they proved that you could sell a $20 product like “slap chop” during a $100-250 commercial spot and make a profit. And unlike conventional advertising, the results are instant and measurable. Meanwhile, other industries such as financial and not for profit have since come to rely on direct response as a valuable sales tool.

The key components of direct response can be applied to other forms of advertising under the “direct” umbrella that you can and should be using such as direct mail or direct response print.

Here are three components which differentiate a DR Advertisement from a conventional brand advertisement:

1. The offer

Everyone likes a good deal. This is most often the sale price, discount or GET A FREE _____ (often in full caps with excessive punctuation) anything you can offer that adds value will help to catch someone’s attention and get you that much closer to a sale.

2. The call to action

This is what you want your audience to do. Examples may include Call the number, visit the website, or basically buy right now before you forget how much you need this. The call to action is not always about finalizing sales. It can also be getting people to provide contact information like signing up for a newsletter. The goal here is to be able to say, each advertisement cost me this much, and I made this much in return. If your call to action is to have your audience sign up to your mailing list then you must ask yourself: “how much am I willing to pay per signup?” and aim to achieve that goal.

3. Establish a sense of urgency

This is to assist in that immediate response and what makes DR so trackable. Infomercials are notorious for their repeated announcements that inform you this is a limited time offer; that you must call now, or better yet, if you call in the next 5 minutes we’ll throw in this extra gift completely free!! They do this because they know that if people don’t call within 5 minutes; chances are they are not calling in at all. Adding the urgency does improve the rate of success and there are ways to add urgency without sounding like Billy Mays. For example using wording like “call now” or “visit the website today”, or wording like “limited quantities” will add just a little more urgency on the call to action.

Again, these three key components are part of any good direct response advertisement but they do not need to be applied to just TV or print. You can apply these principles to any form of advertising including online and social media or even one to one sales.

The most important part however is testing and optimizing but what most small businesses don’t do because of the complexity and time involved. DR is more of a science in the way good marketers test various media, headlines, designs, demographics to find that perfect storm; The right ad, in the right place, at the right time. It can take a lot of time and money, but when done right, direct response can have a huge payoff, and make it all worth while in the end.

The Difference Between Marketing and Advertising

I was recently asked by a new client, What is the difference between Marketing and Advertising?

Well this may seem like a simple question to some, it’s actually a fairly common one. To me, there are no simple questions I always take pride in trying to educate (even potential) clients, to help them up their marketing game.

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So for anyone who has wondered but never asked, here is your Marketing 101 for the day, The difference between marketing and advertising:

Advertising is merely a component of marketing because marketing is defined as the planning, execution, control, and analysis of various business activities that are meant to bring together buyers and sellers. These business activities include advertising as well as many other components like branding, direct sales, market research, public relations, and community involvement. There are many other components of marketing but these are ones that are most relevant to my clients.

To further wrap your head around this, here is a definition of each of those marketing components:

Advertising: A sponsored message from producers to consumers in order to persuade buying activity. Advertising is communicated across media such as TV, radio, newspaper, magazine, outdoor, direct mail, online, or on a mobile device.

Brand: is the identity of a specific company or product. A “Brand Identity” refers directly to the symbols, colors, sounds, imagery, and even thoughts and feelings that are associated with a particular brand. You as an artist can think of your brand identity as your style, subject choice, medium, and even your signature. Later on I am going to talk about how to build your brand in more depth.

Direct Sales: Any form of face-to-face solicitation. Example: Public art exhibit; you’re not just talking to people, you are selling yourself. Later on I will talk more about the dos and don’ts of direct sales.

Market Research: is an objective collection and analysis of data about a particular target market, competition, and/or environment. The purpose of any market research project is to achieve an increased understanding of the subject matter. As an entrepreneur or small business owner, simple forms of market research can be conducted through surveys or by simply speaking to the public or customers about your product.

Public Relations: refers to the actions of a corporation, government, individual, etc., in promoting goodwill between itself and the public, the community, employees, customers, etc. Artists are often contributing to charitable causes or community organizations through participation and donation and these are forms of public relations. Basically any new person you meet is an act of Public Relations, so don’t forget to give them a business card.

Community Involvement: is similar to public relations, however, the key difference is leadership. By actively engaging members of your community and leading the charge to promote a local event, charity, organization or an exhibit, you are taking pr one step further to community involvement.

So, as I’ve said before, one of our goals is to change the marketing landscape with small businesses and that begins with education. So if your business doesn’t have one, consider writing a marketing plan. You need to think of every decision that you make, from where you show your ads to the look of your website and business cards and your participation in community events as part of your overall marketing plan instead of just buying a single print ad. You might already be doing these things with your business but it’s good to be able to apply these terms to your actions in order to understand the value of your marketing. And with a little creativity, who knows where that will take you.

Ben’s #1 Reason to Advertise with Online Video

Video production should be a part of your marketing strategy. Why? Well it’s 2016 for one, and I know local cable and TV advertising is on the decline, but but seriously, it’s 2016. The fact is that online video can say more and reach farther than you ever imagined. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, well apparently “a minute of video is worth 1.8 million words.” according to Dr. James McQuivey of Forrester Research.

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Not only that, it’s a medium that people still care to consume and that consumption continues to rise every day. Online video users are expected to double to 1.5 billion in 2016. (Cisco) So instead of listing a top five or top ten, I thought I’d cut right to the chase. Here is my single most important reason why video production should be part of your marketing strategy in 2016:

1. Exposure

Youtube is the 2nd largest search engine in the world and you’re not on it.Think about that. It’s not much different from going to google, searching for your business and it’s not there. Not having video can really be compared to a lack of website or business cards. In 2016 online video traffic will be 55% of all consumer Internet traffic globally. (Cisco) This is far more than web browsing and email combined and that percentage continues to rise. So you may be marketing your business online but if you’re not advertising with video, you’re missing out on a vast majority of that market, a.k.a. exposure.

Now there are many elements to determining the success of your marketing but I guarantee that all of them will see a boost when incorporating video. From reach, to engagement, to return on investment, and even your website search ranking. I could get into all the statistics about those (and I will in other blog posts) but the bottom line is that video is like a huge party that you clicked “maybe” attending but instead you’re at home doing laundry.

There’s a whole other side of the internet that you’re missing out on. So what are you waiting for? In 2016 come join the party.

Your Best Elevator Pitch Ever – Video Production

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This is an amazing promotion for business owners to kick off their marking in 2016 with affordable video advertising and update your profile with a fresh new pic.

This is a very special promotion that we’ve put together in cooperation with The Clever Office in Collingwood. The idea is simple, by establishing a few creative parameters, and by shooting in one location on one day only, bfresh.media is able to provide businesses with a 1 min video, which includes a logo animation and custom graphics and text, along with a complimentary head shot photography, plus more, for a seriously low price.

Here is a full list of what you get:

  • 1 Minute Video featuring you and your business
  • Your logo animated
  • 3 music options
  • Video optimization for website or social media
  • Scripting consultation
  • Custom Colours and Fonts
  • Professional hair & makeup
  • Complimentary headshot

 

And it’s only $500 per person for the entire production. A rate card is also available for further customization but you can see the quality of the video you get here:

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The only difference being yours will be shot on a white background.

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An information session will be held on the evening of January 25th at The Clever Office for finalizing scripts, wardrobe pointers, and general question answer. All bookings must be finalized by 8pm on January 25th.

The Clever office is located at 1 First St. Collingwood ON, Suite 220. Learn more about this coworking space here: www.thecleveroffice.ca

Spaces are limited so call 416-912-1513 or email Ben b@bfresh.media to sign up today!

 

Happy Holidays!

Having just launched bfresh.media, we wanted to do something fun to just wish everyone a Merry HoHo… or whatever. It took a few takes but I finally got it right, just in time for the holidays. Check out the video below:

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When writing your New Year’s Resolutions, consider adding “be fresh, stay fresh”

Happy Holidays!