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"Thomas Clifford has made something useful here. This report will give you some really catchy, useful ideas.

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"Tom Clifford is by trade a filmmaker. For most of his life, he rarely wrote anything longer than a brief comment in the margin of a script. 

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“Anyone who wants to improve their writing needs this e-book. A lot of ebooks are short because they just don’t have much substance to offer. They’re not worth your time (and so are many of the long ones, too, for that matter). Tom’s is short because he’s so good at giving you only what you need to know. 

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Sunday
Aug232009

Bringing Brands to Life Celebrates Three Years of Blogging

Wow– three years of blogging!

This is a great time to say "thank you" to every subscriber, reader, commenter, emailer, supporter, fan. Each of you inspire me to keep writing and sharing.

If you're a fairly new reader, here's just a few highlights you might have missed from the past year:

1. 17 Invisible LinkedIn Tricks Revealed is one of the most popular articles I've ever written. Wow– what a total surprise that was!

2. I published the first guest article from positioning and creativity guru, Mark Levy: The Fascination Method. His article was a smash hit!

3. I was totally surprised to have won "Best Use of Blogs" from the Strateg-e Award in April: Bringing Brands to Life Wins 2009 Strateg-e Award

4. 7 Sure-Fire Steps for Creating Your Company’s Documentary summarizes my 25 year old process of producing films for organizations.

5. The Hero’s Journey Pt.1: Corporate Video Storytelling is one in a four-part series covering the journey people take when they appear for an on-camera interview.

6. I posted my first interview ever featuring author and communication coach Nick Morgan. I loved his book "Trust Me: Four Steps to Authenticity" so much I had to interview him for readers here.

7. McMurry featured me in their beautifully designed, interactive e-book on how to work with a producer to get groovy video. It's filled with great tips and ideas for people in organizations wishing integrate video into their communication strategies.

Thank you for your time and attention– I know it's in short supply these days. Here's to another rockin' year!

---Tom

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