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Westchester County Public Relations Firm Announces New Video Library with Online PR Assistance

Dec 16 2013, 8:46am CST | by

Cut-It-Out Communications, Inc. (http://www.cioediting.com), a full-service Westchester County public relations agency, today announced the official launch of its corporate video library, providing instructional assistance in online PR.

Hartsdale, NY, December 16, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Cut-It-Out Communications, Inc. (http://www.cioediting.com), a full-service Westchester County public relations agency, today announced the official...

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Westchester County Public Relations Firm Announces New Video Library with Online PR Assistance

Dec 16 2013, 8:46am CST | by

Cut-It-Out Communications, Inc. (http://www.cioediting.com), a full-service Westchester County public relations agency, today announced the official launch of its corporate video library, providing instructional assistance in online PR.

Hartsdale, NY, December 16, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Cut-It-Out Communications, Inc. (http://www.cioediting.com), a full-service Westchester County public relations agency, today announced the official launch of its corporate video library, providing instructional assistance in online PR.

The library was created because users have come to depend upon simple video lessons instead of reading technical articles. It includes instructions on installing and using Google Analytics; website editing with Dreamweaver and coding in html; improving site performance; and email marketing.

Willy Gissen, President of Cut-It-Out Communications, said, "Creating instructional videos is a simple yet powerful process to increase the number of visitors to your website and provide useful material to the online community. It can be accomplished without intruding on your privacy because it does not require a web camera or any other special device.”

Mr. Gissen continued by recommending the purchase of Camtasia, screen capture software designed to preserve what is happening on your computer screen as you demonstrate various instructional activities. A simple USB microphone can be used to narrate what you are doing with specific comments or a more general perspective.

Cut-It-Out Communications currently offers more than 30 instructional videos on its website at http://www.cioediting.com/media_how-to.asp. The company media room also contains instructional bylined articles; seven years of archives of its newsletter, The Cut-It-Out Customer, at http://www.cioediting.com/media_newsletters.asp; company press releases; and reprints of a monthly column by the President on public relations and marketing published in the Westchester County Business Journal (see http://www.cioediting.com/westchester-public-relations-column.asp).

For more information, please email info@cutitoutcommunications.com or call 914-723-7212.

About Cut-It-Out Communications
Founded in 2003, Cut-It-Out Communications, a full-service Westchester County public relations agency, specializes in e-newsletters, corporate blogs and the creation of inbound links to maximize a website's search engine ranking.

Cut-It-Out Communications ranks in the top organic Google results for the keyword "Westchester County public relations." The President, Willy Gissen, is certified in advanced search engine marketing and local search, and wrote a monthly column on marketing and public relations for the Westchester County Business Journal.

Other achievements include service as a Vice President of an international public relations firm, a position on the communications staff of a New York State gubernatorial campaign, and a degree from Harvard College.

Contact Information:
Cut-It-Out Communications, Inc.
Willy Gissen
914-723-7212
Contact via Email
www.cioediting.com

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