Every once in a while I find out about a cool new tool and immediately need to try it out. Such was the case when I saw Screenr in action for the first time today (granted, I have no idea if it’s a new tool or not. Maybe it’s been around for years, I have no idea.) Screenr is a web-based screen recorder and incredibly easy to use. Seriously, it only took me about 15 minutes to go from signing up for an account to the finishing the video you see below. I recommend it highly and encourage you to give it a try!
The screencast I created is a demo of the social media tools I use on a daily basis with the specific purpose of interacting with the CME community. There’s nothing mind-blowing here – just an overview of the “Big 4” of social media: Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, blogs. If you’re a CME professional and new to the world of social media, watching this video might be a good place to start. (FYI: I realized about halfway through that my free Screenr account limited me to a 5 minute recording, which is why I had to speed through things towards the end.)