Introducing yourself on a web page doesn't have to be painful or boring.

We work with a lot of business owners and leaders who want to introduce themselves, their products and services on their website. It is a wonderful way to start to build a relationship with a prospect, since they can hear you and see you, and notice how you walk and talk and chew gum at the same time. One of the first questions we get asked is, "What do I say?" Here are some suggestions on writing a very strong, authentic introduction.

Three more talented, approachable and incredibly good looking team members enter our oak-trimmed halls.

Digital Bard is happy to welcome (from the left) Stacey Parry France, Chris Kennedy and Heather Akers to the team. They bring with them the skills and creativity to increase our effectiveness in providing video and animation projects that help our clients grow, train, increase sales and much more.

Understanding the pros and cons of using a few of the web's video sharing sites

“What are the main differences between YouTube and Vimeo, from a business owner’s point of view?” We hear this question often from business folks who are using video and want to make sure they are being smart about it. The rules and concerns are a little different for a company than they might be for a casual user who just wants to share vacation videos with friends. Here are some things to consider.

Digital Bard creates video airing in international soccer tournament.

The 30th edition of the Africa Cup of Nations, underway now in Equatorial Guinea, almost didn't happen. The highly anticipated international soccer tournament was initially scheduled to be hosted by Morocco, but amid fears of the Ebola virus epidemic in West Africa, Morocco refused to host the tournament during the scheduled dates.