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Even though videos are one of the hottest Internet marketing strategies today, I have been very slow to jump on the video marketing bandwagon. Why? Because making a talking head video of myself is about as enticing as dipping my body in honey and watching the flies swarm over me. I’ve never liked being on camera nor having my picture taken (case in point the hundreds of family reunion pictures I’ve taken over the years as the family photographer, with nary a picture of me in sight!), and so I’ve avoided creating marketing videos until recently. However, despite my dislike of video (I’m not a big fan of viewing video either — I’d rather read the info), I realize that most people would rather watch video to learn than read about something to learn as I do.

First, it will strengthen the lifesome and warm atmosphere of family reunion. We can collect photos from Grandpa, Grandma, Uncle, Auntie, Brother, etc, and then make them a DVD movie played on our big TV. When they come to our party, they must be touched by the vivid show. Happy moment comes! Right?

No kids like to be left home alone on Christmas Eve while the other family members go for a Christmas trip. It’s every parent’s nightmare that bad guys come when the kid is home alone. The movie tells a boy named Kevin McCallister who successfully protected the house from two bad guys using booby traps. Macauley Culkin became a household name by playing Kevin in Home Alone 1-3. The moral: Crime doesn’t pay, especially on Christmas Eve.

This first website has some awesome Christian templates. You can browse the most downloaded templates on the front page. If you do not see anything there that you would want to use you can browse their categories. They have many templates to choose from including Bible templates, Cross templates, and Abstract templates. You can visit this PowerPoint template site by clicking the link at the bottom of this guide.

Through the conversion from PowerPoint into different file formats, Microsoft PowerPoint can be easily shared on Webs, mobile equipments, TVs, etc.; thus, more people will enjoy your photos in many ways.

Open PowerPoint 2010 and create a blank slide and choose a color you like as the background. Now click “Insert” > “Table” and select a 5 x 6 table size, for example.

After you have an outline and a good idea for what you want to do, it’s time to figure out your tone and concept. This step helps you figure out your color scheme, your typography, your images and in some cases, your flow.

You can output the Fool’s Day PowerPoint to any format of video you like, e.g., MP4, WMV, MOV, FLV, AVI, etc. Then you can upload your first April 2010 video to any compatible website, e.g. YouTube, Metacafe, your blog, or email the prank to friends or colleagues.