There has been occasions I wanted to loop a YouTube video, whether it's my own at a presentation or event, or a music or movie video I could loop while writing.
Simply grab the ID number from the YouTube video you want to loop, place it in the "loop" form field. You can also crop to have just a portion of the video loop.
A quick and easy way to use this tool is to simply add "endless" to the URL, right in front of "youtube.com" – so http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsA0eL3xp0w becomes http://www.endlessyoutube.com/watch?v=AsA0eL3xp0w – dig?
You can use this at tradeshows or just before a presentation to loop a video of yours or one of inspiration to set up your show.
Don't fall into the crutch pool of "Can't Relate," because these days – you've got to be able to "relate" to build a "relationship." Here's a relating recall of a conversation I had an old-time baseball coach I once "coached" on relationshipping:
…is a lot better than “shooting” for your ducks in a row.
If you’re going for “ducks in a row”, well, Annie – you better get your gun (but take note — you’ll end up with dead ducks). Don’t be so 2KAOL – launch it, post it, forget perfectionism.
As Zig Ziglar once said, “If you wait for all the go-lights to be green, you’ll never leave the house.”
I don’t subscribe to many video channels or newsletters, but Chris Cree is one I try not to miss. In this short video, he offers 7 easy tips for small business bloggers to keep their content fresh. Well worth the 4-minutes:
Chris consistently proves himself as a learner and one who easily transfers what he learns and believes – in a simple way – to others.