Join me for a free seminar on YouTube, 2/14

Do you create YouTube videos for your company or nonprofit organization?  Would you like to?  Are you getting all the views you want? Do you wish you had more search results?

Optimizing YouTube videos is an important part of getting a return on your investment for this marketing and engagement tactic, yet,  so many companies drop the ball on this step.  It’s not difficult to learn how to optimize your videos for search and more views, and I’d like to show you how.

Attend my free seminar on Valentine’s Day

As part of Social Media Week DC, I will be giving a free seminar on how to get more views for your YouTube videos on Tuesday, February 14, at 11:00 a.m.  at Thomas Jefferson Library in Falls Church.  That’s almost a month away, but I want you to register early, please, because we already reached 1/3 capacity in the first two days of registration!  This is the basically same presentation I gave at Digital East in September, which was well-received.  Only this time, there will be more time for questions and contributions from you.  Register here to attend.

The event will also be available live on the Fletcher Prince Livestream channel for those of you who can’t attend in person.

Good to know:  There is free parking in the library parking lot.  Although the library will be closed, the meeting room will be open for our event.  There will be Valentine’s Day treats!  Bring your lunch and stay for the next two free sessions (brand-new presentations!), “Organizing Your Social Media” (Editorial Calendars) at 12 p.m. and “Jump-Start Your Blog” at 1 p.m.  The library is located between two complexes of garden apartments just adjacent to Loehmann’s Plaza (shopping center with Giant and other stores), on the same side of Rt. 50.  There are some places at Loehmann’s Plaza (McDonald’s, Subway, Giant) where you can grab a quick lunch to go, if you need to.


Thomas Jefferson Library, 7415 Arlington Boulevard, Falls Church, VA 22042

From the Beltway:

  • Take Exit 50B (old Exit 8E), Rte. 50 East (Arlington Boulevard).
  • Go through the first light (Jaguar Trail).
  • Go 0.4 miles to library on the right, just before the traffic light at Allen Street.
  • The library is a new, modern-looking brick building surrounded by garden apartment buildings (there is a service road in front that runs parallel to Route 50/Arlington Boulevard).

From Seven Corners:

  • Go 1.3 miles west on Rte. 50 to the third traffic light (Allen Street).
  • Turn left on Allen Street, then immediately right onto service road that runs parallel to Route 50.
  • The library is a new, modern looking building surrounded by garden apartments; the second brick building on the left.

Public Transportation:

Metrobus Route 1B and 1C travels between the Dunn Loring-Merrifeild station Metro Station and Thomas Jefferson Community Library.  For more information, visit the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Virginia Bus Schedules.  Fairfax Connector Route 401 travels between the Dunn Loring Metro Station and Thomas Jefferson Community Library. For more information, visit the Fairfax Connector Home Page.


About Mary Fletcher Jones

Mary Fletcher Jones is a public relations and marketing consultant, and owns Fletcher Prince ( Follow Mary on Twitter @FletcherPrince.

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