Generating Reports with Jasper Reporting

May 13th, 2013 | Posted under Internet Trends, Software, The Internet | No Comments »

Generating Reports with Jasper Reporting

Report generation is one of the most important tasks for a programmer although it is not at all popular among them. Reporting is basically making the users aware of the certain instances and data present in a program. It is in no way a task that programmers look forward but in any case it has to be done. Before there used to be commercial software for all these reporting purposes but now the Open Source community has finally made their own reporting tool for Java called JasperReports and it is a great alternative to commercial reporting tools for Java programmers.

JasperReports is in no way a tool made just to help users go open and free instead of buying commercial products, instead it is very much a better reporting tool in most cases! For instance it has got all the features that any commercial tool has like generation of dynamic reports, retrieval of data via the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) on top of supporting all the basic programming elements like variables, expressions, constants, parameters, functions etc. Moreover, it contains some extra features which are much advanced like sub-reporting, script generation and building your own custom data sources. Hence it shows a great level of planning and maturity in it.

JasperReports is basically written in XML and therefore it follows all the nuances that come with XML also. It can be categorized mostly into three sections: the first sections where all the parameters passed are to be included, the second section where the query for the processing of the data is to be entered and lastly the section for displaying the report. Each report section is sub-divided into a number of categories called bands and each of them in turn possess a handful of elements for signifying the position, size and magnitude of the instances like variables, fields and parameters.

There are three types of objects present in a JasperReport code that take care of all the operations performed in it. They are: JasperDesign for designing a report’s definition, JasperReport which compiles the JasperDesign object and JasperPrint for generating the actual report by filling in the data into the compiled JasperReport object. All of these objects can be either manually defined or can be used directly from their XML templates. Also they can be accessed and used from any piece of code used in JasperReports and this whole filling, compiling and reporting process can be done from the classes present in the JasperReports tool.

Using and installing JasperReports is also very simple and can be done easily by downloading the application from the JasperReports website and it is completely free! It can both help people in building a new report for any application from scratch or can add extra functionalities to the existing ones. Most of all it is an endeavour by the Open Source community to give the members of their community something new and alternative to the widespread commercial product and what better way to do that than helping the Open Source Java Programmers.

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P2P Networking – the fast way to connect

July 5th, 2012 | Posted under Software, Web Hosting | No Comments »

P2P  Networking – the fast way to connect

P2P  Networking

A Peer to Peer network (often shortened to P2P) is a connection process where two or more PCs connected to each other can share resources , peripherals as equals  without the need of a central dedicated server.

It is a distributed application architecture that divides tasks / workloads among Peers. Peers refer to the workstations connected to the P2P network which are participants in the application and which are all equally able to perform any function necessary for the network. A computer connected to this network is called a node.
The reason for the popularity of a P2P network is that it can be set up anywhere- Homes, offices, online business etc. The only requirement is that all the participants of the network should be using the same or a compatible program, (client), to connect to each other.
The first P2P app was Napster, released in 1999.

Basic overview

In a P2P network each node is essentially a client as well as a server, thereby eliminating the need for special high performance machines to act as servers. Accessing files is basically governed by the user setting different sharing permissions on their own machines.


Due to the inherent characteristic of P2P networks it is the clients who are responsible for providing network resources such as bandwidth, system power, and storage. This feature is tremendously useful to original content distributors, because it reduces the setup as well as running costs very small.
Due to the decentralized nature of the network, if one peer  ceases to function properly, it does not affect the whole network. As long as there is even one properly functioning PC, the network will be alive.

Also important to note is the lack of a system administrator or a central authority. This leads to a more efficient and stable network owing to lack of a full staff needed to ensure smooth running.


Just like any kind of file sharing system, users are vulnerable to malicious attacks from harmful content that may allow remote access to the user’s PC. This can even affect the whole network.

Network Security

For one thing, sharing files with random strangers on the internet does call for some sort of caution. It is recommended that you at least have a firewall or an antivirus scanning each of your downloads to protect against potential backdoors and malware. Another way would be to just use trusted sources.

P2P networks represent one of the most important issues in the ongoing controversy of network neutrality. Internet Service Providers have been known to cut off P2P file sharing traffic on account of its high bandwidth usage.

But still we can expect this form of networking to only grow and grow more for its pros far outweigh its cons.

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Server data protection: Get rid of the traditionality

July 5th, 2012 | Posted under Software, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Server data protection: Get rid of the traditionality

These days, the growth of data is exploding like a big bang which is making the protecting and security of data more expensive, difficult, unmanageable and unreliable by the normal traditional backup methods. Many organizations and corporation are following the cloud data protection solutions and going through virtualization for the reduction of the costs involved in infrastructure and complicacy of server backup. IT professionals are facing many challenged issues related to the protection of critical and important business data. Yet there are significant differences between the traditional methodologies of system backups. The conventional server backup procedures are not always suits to the challenge as the data can only be recovered if it is been introduced before backup point time. Further, the traditional backup plan could be time consuming as well as the involvement of valuable IT professional, which could be deployed to perform other mission-critical operations to enhance the business, effectively decreases its overall efficiency. And when it comes to the data protection especially for any organization, traditional methods are simply unable to provide complete protection. Hence, here comes the need of more dominant data protection steps, and thus many techniques are acquiring the market these days. The users must decide the product by comparing the features of the plans.


It is necessary to select the best possible plan for server data protection, which must be user friendly, simple and of course better than that of the traditional techniques. So, a good server data protection technology must have some features to make the process efficient and time saving, some of them can be listed as:

1)      The server protection setup must be fully automated, simplified, reliable and secured.

2)      Build in security for the open database and files.

Server data protection: Get rid of the traditionality

 3)      Web based management.

4)      Robust meaning- based search or semantic based search.

5)      Recovery must be fast and easy enough.

6)      Must have special understanding of data to escalate back-up value.

7)      Virtualized environmental support.

8)      Facilitated with patented data reduction technology.

Protection by Instant file recovery methods

Server data protection: Get rid of the traditionality


There are many file recovery plans which can be used for the data protection. These setups replace the Recycle Bin of the operating system with a Recovery Bin which actually conserves all deleted data, even those which have been typically bypassed by the Recycle Bin.  These methods actually work in real time, unlike the Volume Shadow Copy (VSS), capturing every version of file, so the data could be recovered instantaneously in exactly the same state with the preciseness of time of deletion. They could even recover the specific type of older files like the documents, texts as well as emails.


1)      In this process, cloud data protection can be achieved together with long term offsite memory.

2)      It provides the real-time, legitimate collection of data for recovery and backup, data analytics, and effective data discovery.

3)      Fast and reliable source of data holding.

4)      It presents the instantaneous recovery with the point of the clock by continuous backup process.

5)      Costs falls dramatically, as it replaces many traditional backup plans with new and efficient sources of recovery.

6)      It removes the load of the complicated regular backup chore.

Server data protection: Get rid of the traditionality

There are many products for the server data protection such as Microsoft system center data protection manager, iron mountain data protection, undelete server (for Data recovery), etc. which can be used to make a better and reliable data structure.

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Remote Data Backup – The Advantages Over Other Backup Systems

June 2nd, 2012 | Posted under Software, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Remote Data Backup – The Advantages Over Other Backup Systems

Remote backup in order to send the backup file to another computer uses remote methods like network connections or telephone lines rather than sending the backup to the media that is connected to the system being backed up, like in regular data backup. It is fully automated and backs up files at night so that the computers are idle then.

Remote Data Backup – The Advantages Over Other Backup SystemsSeveral steps which are essential but are either overlooked or not done properly are accomplished by remote data backup. This backup is reliable and scheduled. Regularly backing up of files is very important to be safe against losing data but the same is not done always due to busy schedule or forgetfulness. But in remote backup, it is automated, so it automatically backs up the files at night.

The important files are saved. The backup software usually has one list of important files included at the time of installation which whose backup is created. This backup stores the system state when the installation of the program was done.

Remote Data Backup – The Advantages Over Other Backup Systems

But unfortunately vital files can be missed out and also it is not updated regularly thereby missing important files which are added later on. This issue is aggravated by the fact that the backup software is rarely run on regular basis for updating programs and files that are recently installed.

Remote Data helps in solving this issue by non-stop re-evaluation of the computer and adding necessary new files continuously to the created backup. Using an extremely sophisticated version of control system, redundant copies of the files are then stored. This type of system is not available in the other various types of backup software.

Remote Data Backup – The Advantages Over Other Backup SystemsA necessary feature is redundancy in all online data backup systems. At each and every development stage, several copies of all the files need to be kept. This version of backup provides the strongest possible protection against data loss by reducing the amount of data loss in case of a disaster. After each session, each and every file is backed up and the copy of the files must be retrievable at all the times. Large corporations use this type of data backup systems and remote backup gives the assurance of protection of data.

For complete enhanced security of the data, encryption of the backed up file is done. Typical backup systems don’t encrypt the backed up files and hence it allows corporate, private and client data like payroll, tax information, billing etc to be accessed easily and read. Remote backup solves this problem by encrypting the data on many sites. So, data can be easily restored.

The typical backup systems which are not automated overlook or improperly do these important steps which are given so much importance in remote backup. Also scheduled backup is done and at the end it is encrypted so that it can’t be read by anyone and hence, enhancing the data security. The data can be easily restored even in case of any disaster.

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IaaS, PaaS and SaaS: Cloud computing with choice

June 2nd, 2012 | Posted under Internet Trends, Software, The Internet, Uncategorized | No Comments »

IaaS, PaaS and SaaS: Cloud computing with choice

When an online organization considers its cloud security, it should determine the best working options comparing all the aspects  of the cloud computing functionality and the decision must be selected taking care of the business requirements and demands. Cloud computing service is categorized in three business driven models of cloud computing: Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), Platform as a service (PaaS), and Software as a service (SaaS). The terms are generally used to depict the various combinations of services and levels of cloud computing. This classification helps to choose the best combinations for various data, processes and applications according to the functionality of the business.

IaaS, PaaS and SaaS: Cloud computing with choice

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)

It is also sometimes referred to as Hardware as a  Service (HaaS). It is a provision model  whereby  equipment  are outsourced  and are used to help operations, including hardware, storage, networking components  and servers in an business organization. The equipment is owned by the service provider and is responsible for  running, housing, and the maintenance of the equipment. It is mainly a physical server box used as hosted information storage solution, whereby computing resources  and base hardware are offered by the cloud provider . The client generally pays on the basis of per-use, and can maintain the operating systems and other applications and can run through equipment of provider.

Some important features of IaaS are:

Automatic administrative functions.

Utility computing facility( cost signifies the amount of resources consumed) and billing model

Services are policy based

Virtualization of Desktop.

Dynamic scaling.


IaaS, PaaS and SaaS: Cloud computing with choice

Platform as a service(PaaS)

It is a way of renting  operating systems, storage, hardware and network capacity. This service model allows the user  to rent associated services as well as virtualized servers  to run the present applications or development  and test of  new ones, as it provides application developer tools and hence it reduces costs with the incompatibility problems. It is an outgrowth of SaaS and lies between the IaaS and SaaS, can be said intermediate. It provides an integrated development and pre- installed setup, which allows a user to manage the underlying infrastructure and hardware with the options deployed on the internet. The most versatile instance of  PaaS is Facebook.

IaaS, PaaS and SaaS: Cloud computing with choice

Advantages of PaaS:

Operating system features is editable and easily up-gradable.

The primary focus is on security, data protection, storage and database integration.

Its services can be used from various international sources.

Application hosting, testing, deployment and development environment.

Overall expense can be reduced by conjugation of program development attempts.

IaaS, PaaS and SaaS: Cloud computing with choice

Software as a service(SaaS)

It is a software distribution model whereby  the service provider hosts the applications and makes it available to users  over  the Internet. It is somewhat is related to the ASP (application service provider). It is basically concentrated on management of  access to the business applications. The capacity provided to the user is to utilize the  applications of the provider which run on a cloud infrastructure without any management procedures. The consumers of the cloud do not supposed to manage the infrastructure of the cloud and platform over which the applications run, which easily eliminates the requirement to install and run  the applications on the cloud and this simplifies the support and maintenance. Gmail can be taken as the popular example of SaaS.

Advantages of SaaS:

Simplified administration and collaboration.

Updated automatically and patch management

Global accessibility and compatibility.

Software application and data are centrally hosted.

IaaS, PaaS and SaaS: Cloud computing with choice


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Manage Your Website Easily: Software for Site Management

June 2nd, 2012 | Posted under Software, The Internet, Web Hosting | No Comments »

Manage Your Website Easily: Software for Site Management

Running a website can be a huge challenge be it a large company website or an individual active blog. For running your website successfully management of many aspects of the site is required and to help you out in this task there are several tools and software. Depending upon the age of your website, some software is listed for helping in developing the website, promotion and management and keeping track of the site records.

Tools for website development

Websmartz 3.0 is apt for simple site owners as it doesn’t require any coding knowledge. With this software you can develop basic HTML web pages and also you can add flash in your page. The simple interface makes it easy enough for even a newbie to easily use the tools for website development.

Manage Your Website Easily: Software for Site Management

You can also make presentations by choosing from amongst 60 flashes and make your site detailed and advanced without any type of coding. Websmartz 3.0 costs about $30.

Site Spinner 2.7c is another software for no coding site development but it doesn’t allow flash. It also provides a built-in spelling checker and form maker for making the website error free.

Some software for making a website which requires coding is given below:

HTML Editor

Hyper Maker HTML 3001.24 – With this software you can add rich media in your site easily.

CSE HTML Validator Lite 9.0 – You can validate both XHTML and HTML with this application.

PageBreeze Free HTML Editor 4.0b – With this tool you can toggle between WYSIWYG and HTML for viewing your website easily.

Software for Online Promotion of Website

Promotion of your website is very important so as make people aware of its existence and make it successful. Promotion of a new website is a challenging task and can be time consuming and repetitive.

Cyber Fetch Website Submitter helps in submitting the website to famous search engines that makes it very easy for you to publicize the website. It requires you to fill up 3 forms which are better than going to all the search engines and filling out their forms individually!

With this tool you can manage your ads by using one amongst the 3 template sizes. This tool can be used for free for 20 sites and costs $35 afterwards.  So you can easily evaluate the software for free by using it in the first 20 sites.

Manage Your Website Easily: Software for Site Management

All-in-One Submission Tool 8.68 has access to over 880,000 search engines, link pages and directories. So you can submit your website to all these sites easily for better site promotion. It also provides a “Mega Tag Generator” tool which analyzes the keyword density and also has several other useful tools like Website Ranking Utility Tool, Doorway Page Generator, Automated Scheduler, Engine Database Updater and Analytics Style Report Generator.

Tools for Regular Website Management

Regular management of the website is very important custom web portal is the simplest technique.

IWEB Wizard Website Internet Browser 7.5 helps in quickly setting up a portal with 20 sites. It’s enough for managing the site network as well as having a check on the competitors.

Website Ripper Copier 3.2 is an easy helps in making backup.

Website Manager 5.3 is an advanced web publishing wizard.

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How to debug your web application bugs?

May 5th, 2012 | Posted under Software, Tips For Life, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

How to debug your web application bugs?

A web application, once released on production for its intended users, is very likely to come across several bugs. Although, the development of an application is done with an aim to create a bug-free code, it is an inevitable part of the software development lifecycle. Therefore, it is very important to ensure proper handling of bugs.

The development team needs to devise a particular approach to debug the application. Firstly, it is always better to prevent a defect rather than fix it later. A proper defect prevention plan would need every stage of development to be thoroughly reviewed and validated. In fact, a lot of defects can be prevented in the requirement capturing stage itself. However, it is impossible to cover all ends at the initial development phases. In fact, some bugs or defects are not actually development issues in nature, but some bad data or connection issues can also cause unexpected behaviour at the application end.

However, since the objective is to minimise as many defects as possible, we need to check for defects at every stage of the development. In fact, a defect prevention tracker needs to be maintained in order to record every defect detected and fixed. In that regard, it is also important to ensure proper techniques are in place to detect all bugs. While users or testers may report bugs, some checks at the code level can also help in detecting bugs.

In fact, defect detection is the first stage of debugging an application. However, in order to perform the analysis required to find the fault, there must be enough logging present for all the components in the application. There are several issues which cannot be recreated at will, as it may manipulate user data or cause other issues. Moreover, there could be one-time issues, which could have happened under abnormal circumstances – and in order to capture required information of that particular time, logging needs to be enabled throughout the application.

Once the code is analysed and the faulty component is identified, a fix needs to be prepared. However, fixing bugs on an existing application code is tougher than writing the code in the first place, as the fix also needs to ensure that it does not impact the normal flow of other components. In other words, a thorough regression testing is required for implementing a fix in the existing code. It is most undesirable that new code defects are introduced while fixing one.

However, the whole process of bug fixing needs to be prioritized properly. The severity of the issue decides the priority with which it needs to be rectified. The frequency of the issue is one parameter that determines the severity of the issue.

Some web applications which deal with critical information such as financial and demographic data of the users need to be very efficient with bug fixing techniques. The amount of time a defect is present in the application, it translates into bad user experience, and also could lead into large amount of business loss. Thus, debugging the application should be treated with high importance by the application development team.

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Facebook : A playground for social cyber maniacs

March 22nd, 2012 | Posted under Internet Trends, Software, The Internet | No Comments »

Facebook : A playground for social cyber maniacs

Facebook : A playground for social cyber maniacs

The social life and activity of people has been affected enormously by Facebook. It allows people to continuously stay in touch with their relatives, colleagues and other acquaintances even if they are anywhere in the world. It provides gaming applications for the users which makes Facebook more spicy and delightful using it. Facebook’s prominence as a platform of gaming and video sports rocketed in 2009 and 2010, and now more than 60% of registered Facebook users play the games provided. Day by day, social gaming is going entertaining for people and great business for the social networking companies. Some of the popular gaming application provided by Facebook are:

Facebook : A playground for social cyber maniacs

Farmville (about 30 millions daily players)

Mafia wars

Angry birds

City Ville

Gardens of time

Doubledown casino

Castle ville

Indiana jones

Empires and allies

Slotomania- slot machines

Diamond dash

Facebook : A playground for social cyber maniacs

Fun, Addiction or both?

Facebook gaming is a sort of addiction besides fun.  Here people play games against the real persons in the social network and also they swash their achievements  to the friends by sharing the scores. Taking an example of the game Farmville, which has about 30 million registered users on daily basis, the mania of gaming among their users can be justified clearly. The duration of the use of application was average 6 to 7 hours daily, which gives a shadow of the idea how addictive the game is. Although, many other people hates the Facebook gaming also, little strange for Facebook gaming fans.

Facebook : A playground for social cyber maniacs

Acts as Bridge of communication

It is a good source of networking and communication. Most of the time, people generally play with the unknown people online on Facebook, which makes a sense of familiarity between the players even though they are from different countries and never met before. Hence, these also act as a river bridge of  interaction for those users who believe in being frogs of well.

Used as business branding purpose

Some companies use the gaming application of Facebook as a publicity token. Let us take an instance of NBA Legend Facebook game application, an official game in Facebook of the NBA( National Basketball association), which is in collaboration with Lionside, a social developer of games and applications. It was launched on feb’11 and has been played by more than 1 million monthly registered users. And getting 4.8 out of 5 rating by the users would surely help any company to enhance their business branding and publicity(with some appreciable shares for the Lionside game developer) .


Facebook : A playground for social cyber maniacs


Market: Growing together with the popularity

Today Facebook has more than over 700 million users worldwide and exponentially increasing day by day, and hence the users of Facebook gaming application. Zynga, which is one of the leading social gaming companies, approximates the profit of $630 million in 2011-12( $1.8 million of revenue).

Finally concluding , Extreme of anything can be harmful, and it is also applicable on the Facebook gaming.

Game owning companies are expecting their own profits and advantages, so people must also aware of the use and overuse of these games and applications. They are good for Entertainment and networking until they become an addiction.

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An overview on the IBM Websphere architechture

March 22nd, 2012 | Posted under Software, The Internet, Web Hosting | No Comments »

An overview on the IBM Websphere architechture

An overview on the IBM Websphere architechture

What is Websphere? Websphere is a collection of Java- based tools powered by IBM which allows its consumers to manage and create complicated corporate websites, both large and small scaled and connect it through java based softwares, applications or servlets(programs that on the servers rather than computers). It also supports open standard interfaces such as COBRA and JDBC. It supports OS/2, Windows NT, OS/360, Solaris and AIX operating systems. A Websphere architecture contain one or more computer setup, which are referred to as NODES terms of websphere. Node exists within a websphere cell, which has one node and on that node all softwares are installed. Similarly, the software components are distributed by the multiple nodes.

An overview on the IBM Websphere architechture

Websphere application server – Express architecture

The websphere architecture application server- express consists of its these main components

Websphere plug-ins

The Websphere Plug-ins enable to communicate the web server to request for dynamic content, like servlets, directly to the server of application. The plus-ins determine whether a request is going to be handled by the application server or web server by the help of a configuration file.

An overview on the IBM Websphere architechture

HTTP server

HTTp server receives requests for the components of server – side, like javaServer pages ans servlets and then it passes the commands or requests to WebSphere application server- express through websphere plug-ins. It supports servers like:- iseries IBM HTTP server and Lotus Domino HTTP server.

WebSphere subsystems

The Websphere application server – subsystem express. QASE5, contains the tasks that are supposed to rum in the QASE5 subsystem, our application may also use other jobs running in other different subsystem.

Application server

The runtime environment for server- side Java components(like Javaserver pages and servlets) are provided by the application server. The application server consists of the given below components of architecture:

Web container

It runs within the application server and is used to handle all the requests for javaServer pages, servlets files, and the web application which are contained by them.

Security server

A strong security mechanism and infrastructure is provided by the websphere Application server- express, to protect the administrative and sensitive application resources and to address end-to- end enterprise security authentication and access control, directly on confidentiality, privacy and data integrity.

Name server

To provide access to java components within a distributed network, Java Naming and Directory  Interface(JNDI) is used. It also provides the implementation of the JNDI service so that one can bind the websphere- express resources to JNDI names.

MQ series version 7.0: A jump over the hurdles of Websphere

WebSphere MQ v7.0 is going to revolutionize the market- leading message system SOA with latest releases on Z/OS for IBM system z and for distributed platforms.

An overview on the IBM Websphere architechture

Punch features

  • Performance enhanced for publish-and-subscribe and JMS
  • Enhanced MQ explorer
  • Supports JMS tightly integrated into the runtime and environment of configuration.
  • For clients increasing resilience and throughput, enhancement redefines.
  • To connect to websphere MQ queues and topics, it contains supported bridge for HTTP enabling AJAX applications.

Thus, Websphere Application server provides intelligent management, efficiency and flexibility that an cost- effective and versatile business requires.

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Boosting your organization’s brand value by video promotion

March 22nd, 2012 | Posted under Graphic Design, Internet Trends, Software, The Internet | No Comments »

Boosting your organization’s brand value by video promotion

Visual effects always create a greater impact on our minds. A video stays for a longer period of time in our minds than a still photo. Thus to create longer lasting effect about one’s product in people’s mind, using of video clips is a good idea. It is very essential to build a good brand image. A reputed brand image does half the work of marketing of the product. Today, video promotion is the best technique for building the reputation of the brand. Any scale of businesses, be it small, medium or large can be easily done by video offers. An effective video demonstrating about the product goes a long way in building solid reputation of the brand. Successful video strategies attract customers, business partners and financiers easily.

So, let us see, what are the various aspects, that make video promotion so effective in raising an organization’s brand value.

Boosting your organization's brand value by video promotion

Video promotion better than print promotion

It is a known fact that 100% of the population is not educated, so they cannot read the advertisement of the product that comes in the written form. No matter how effectively one writes the advertisement, it is rendered useless if one does not know how to read it and often times people do not find it interesting to read about a product, they prefer to watch a video, which is more lively. A video about the product has the power to communicate better than the printed written advertisement. It is a direct form of communication with the audience and it reaches out to more number of people.


Boosting your organization's brand value by video promotion

Cost- effectiveness of video promotion

It is always easier to update video than something that is in written form. Videos can be shared very easily. Thus, if the video advertisement of a company succeeds in impressing someone of the audience then it can easily impress a much larger group of mass by just sharing the video. And the traditional print promotion is more expensive than the video promotion so it is better to resort to the latter.

The quality and characteristics of the video

An effective corporate video should be informative, short, and engaging so as to create a good impact. The presentation should be creative with the interesting facts woven in it rather than just a long straightforward facts narrated about the organization. The quality of the video also matters a lot. If the quality is poor then many customers will refrain from watching it.

Boosting your organization's brand value by video promotion

YouTube the platform

YouTube has millions of viewers every day. Corporate houses use YouTube and share the video with the targeted customers.

Way to produce the best video for one’s organization

The best way to produce the best and the most effective video is by handing over the job of making the video to an expert professional of video production and promotion organization. The creation, editing, production and then the promotion should be done by expert hands.

Thus if an organization can bag the best video which is crisp and short and yet it conveys all the information that it has to convey to the public, it can boost the organization’s brand value and name.

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