The SCOTT Treatment is well known throughout much of the HOA community as providing the highest quality post production services that can supercharge your Hangouts on Air into ones that generate traffic, inform, entertain and delight viewers and enhance your branding and online reputation.
Here’s what others have to say about their experience with The SCOTT Treatment.
This HOA has a different format appearance because I, as the host, forgot something very important, which is known as “The Blue Box.” … Fortunately, a fellow Google Plusser named Scott Scowcroft suggested that he try “The Scott Treatment” on my broadcast video to edit the problem away. Sure enough, he did, and the results were amazing! I invite you to check into this special editing service that Scott can do.
Nice little slice, guys.
And kudos to Scott Scowcroft for the fun intro!
OMG, #TheScottTreatment just outdid itself! SO much fun – thanks +Scott Scowcroft for putting together this clever clip that showcases +Chef Dennis Littley working his singing magic. +Mark Traphagen – I have faith in you!! :D
Twenty-Five Things to Do When Your G+ Hangout on Air is Over
When you click end broadcast your work has only begun. Make the most of your Hangout on Air (HoA) by doing the work of follow up. ♦ #22. Slice and dice sections of the video to create small snippets to use in various ways. This is known in some circles as “The Scott Treatment.”
Once again, the amazing Scott Scowcroft did a great job boiling down the secrets to leveraging Google+ at your next industry conference to place your brand in the center of the conversation. Thank you Kathi Browne for always conducting an fabulous interview.
As we mentioned earlier, Stone Temple Consulting uses Scott Scowcroft to give our HOA videos “The Scotty Treatment” (TST). He is a true artist, not only at grabbing out just the right excerpts, but at fashioning them into entertaining mini-videos with great
production values. They become very shareable content. You’ll be seeing many of these in the coming weeks if you have +Stone Temple Consulting circled or follow us on Twitter at @stonetemple.
Teodora Petkova: Scott Scowcroft managed to catch a falling star :) during this HOA and capture it in one of his SCOTT treatments. Thanks Scott!
Ronnie Bincer: Thanks for posting this one Teodora. I have had my life enriched because of David Amerland and Scott Scowcroft around discussions including Hangouts and Semantic Search. Sometimes the depth of things I discover via these 2 guys really amazes me. I look forward to meeting you soon.
David Amerland: Teodora, thank you for sharing this and surfacing it. I have so much catching up to do that your post pushed this up in my list of priorities. Scott Scowcroft, of course, is an incredible guy.
Original Post ♦ Comment
Scott Scowcroft showcases some of the golden nuggets from a HOA and gives them The SCOTT Treatment. He creates a short video containing the highlight and adding a professional introduction and closing, complete with music. The result is a polished, stand-alone video that gives added value and reach to the original HOA.
In this TST, the video highlights a question posed about re-sharing strategy. Enjoy not only the content, but the quality of the video.
Brilliant way to break it down into bite-sized segments, Scott Scowcroft
– thanks for the feature!
Thanks for the reshare Scott Scowcroft! I had them embedded originally, but they
dialed them back to links. Either way, I think that the short videos really add a fantastic element to the content!
Welcome to the Thursday edition of the #significanceseries. Today’s recipient hails from Seattle. He makes others significant by adding his special sauce to others posts.
It’s called the “The SCOTT Treatment” It just makes others work better. Thank you Scott Scowcroft for making others significant. If you don’t have Scott in a circle, add him today, you’ll be glad you did!
Scott with The Scott Treatment is a fantastic resource! I had Scott work on an online interview and he is a true professional. He not only edited the main interview but broke it up into small focused segments making it simpler for viewers with limited time to watch the ones they are more interested in.
Matt Pentecost ♦ Comment