We are living in a video world.

Video Marketing used to be expensive. You had to hire a professional videographer, you needed to block out half a day for filming and at least that much for editing. Granted, the finished product was slick and professional, but out of date too quickly and out of reach for most small businesses.

That was before everyone had a cheap digital camera built into their phone. Today, even small business owners with limited budgets can  add video marketing to their toolkit.  

I have had lots of conversations with video experts, some dating back to the early days of MTFW.  While the sound quality is not as good,  the tips and tricks are as relevant today as they were when I originally recorded the conversations. 

a few of our favorite conversations


#7 Why you should add video to your website with David Anderson

As early as 2010, we were working with David Anderson to help clients to add short, relevant video to their websites.

#630 Convert Prospects with Video with Nina Froriep

Most business owners are not expert videographers, but that's ok. Our guest Nina Froriep says you just need to start. Jump in! You will improve over time. The trick is to do it consistently.

#813 Simple Video tips with Chris Weiher

Our guest Chris Weiher thinks video should be in the tool kit of every small business. The mistake he thinks many business owners make is thinking they need to commit to video forever, and forever is intimidating.

about the show

It started as a conversation with friends. When someone would drop by Roundpeg, Lorraine would pull out her iPhone and record a bit of banter. From those first, informal interactions with local marketing professionals, authors, and entrepreneurs, More than a Few Words, a marketing podcast was born.

Over the last decade, we’ve experimented with lots of formats including 30-minute live episodes, complete with a call-in number and a real-time Twitter feed. There were half-baked marketing ideas, conversations with marketing celebrities, lots of laughs, and good information along the way.

Today, the ten-minute conversations are heard by business owners around the world looking for practical tips and a little bit of marketing inspiration.