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San Diego, CA - Following a short hiatus, “Blog This with David Kamatoy” returns to the Internet covering the phenomenon of the iPad, the new film “I Melt with You,”Bristol Palin’s dating status, Mark Christopher Lawrence’s comedy stylings and review of an interview with SBA loan broker Craig G. Francis.
In his first story, David Kamatoy discusses the amazing popularity of the iPad, with more sold in the holiday quarter than many pundits had predicted for the entire year. David then moves on from the popularity of the iPad to a discussion of the lessons that can be learned from Apple’s successful marketing of this and other products. The question marketers need to learn from their prospects, as David Kamatoy explains, is “How do I feel about your product?”
“We really couldn’t get away from Apple’s branding of falling in love with items.” -David Kamatoy
David Kamatoy’s second major topic is the interview he conducted with SBA loan broker Craig G. Francis which reviewed 2010, covering several areas of interest to small business owners and looking ahead into 2011. “If you’re very serious about being a business person in 2011, you want to read the report,” says Kamatoy. Craig G. Francis presents some sobering facts about the current economic situation and what entrepreneurs need to consider as they move forward in 2011.
“If you’re very serious about being a business person in 2011, you want to read [Craig G. Francis’] report” -David Kamatoy
The final major topic of the episode is the Sundance Film Festival premier of a new movie, “I Melt with You,” starring Thomas Jane, Rob Lowe, Jeremy Piven, and Christian McKay. David relates his involvement in the creation of a “Behind the Scenes” documentary of the movie, which was shot using Canon 5d and 7d cameras.
The episode also features a video starring Mark Christopher Lawrence of NBC’s “Chuck” spoofing the Activia Challenge commercials. This leads into a preview of several comedy shows Mark Christopher Lawrence will be producing in February, including at Cafe Muse in Los Angeles, Cygnet Theatre in San Diego and the new show at the Jack Dodge Theater.
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Blog This with David Kamatoy Episode 3 Week 5 2011 features the talents of Director Jason Banks, DP Bruce Ando Jr., VO Steve Dahl, Copy Writer Stephen Prendergast, Music Tony Woodroffe, and Exec. Producer Mark Christopher Lawrence. For more information visit KamatoyMediaGroup.com and call 619-573-9456.