From the title of this podcast, you may think this is about the latest and greatest technology-based sales tools our business director, Scott, use. But, that’s not the case. Though what Scott and Ryan talk about is equally as valuable as, if not more valuable than, any digital sales tool… Curious now?
As your just about to graduate college, you were probably told to have some sort of sizzle reel to showcase the work you’ve been on; in a sense, it’s your resume. But what if you’re an editor? Is sizzle reel really necessary for you? Jeff, our editor, discusses reasons why a sizzle reel may not […]
Every business wants to grow. John and Ryan, two of the owners of Backflip, have learned a lot of things along the way and have seen first hand a business grow throughout the years. In today’s podcast, John discusses 3 things to do to grow your business.
As a beginner or seasoned editor, it’s always useful to have a handful of shortcuts, and tips and tricks under your belt. Ryan, Jeff, and John discuss useful tools for film editors that you may not have heard of! FreeFileSync Keyboard Shortcuts Motion v2 Frame.io
Occasionally I get to step away from the more business-related topics and write something I’m passionate about. In this case, I’ll be writing about set etiquette. Set etiquette is something that allows for great success, but can also be a source of great frustration. Not knowing how to conduct yourself on set is a big […]
Everything you do speaks to your business’s brand. From obvious things like your website and business cards, to how you answer the phone, and yes, even your hiring process communicates your brand. Let’s take a look at our hiring process here at Backflip as an example of what *we think* the process communicates about our […]
If you clicked on this post expecting to read about the latest and greatest technology-based sales tools I use, I regret to inform you that is not the case. Though what I intend to talk about is equally as valuable as, if not more valuable than, any digital sales tool.. Curious now? To this day, […]
It can be a bit intimidating the first time you assign yourself the task “come up with something cool.” How do you tackle this challenge? What’s the first step to making awesome things? Most people know about brainstorming, but many may struggle to describe what this actually looks like. I will attempt to struggle less […]
With nearly two years of real world work experience under my belt, I’ve had my share of ups and downs. Here are 10 things that I’ve learned along the way. Talk is cheap. Gain the boss’s trust by mastering the little things. This was one of my biggest challenges. I am a very prideful person. […]
When I was in high school, my friends and I had a garage band. We played a lot of classic rock covers but we also had a few originals we felt proud enough of that we decided to record an album and get it copyrighted. Yes, it’s pretty amazing but no, I’m not going to […]