So, if you’re an entrepreneur, ad agency, production company or business that needs a great video script like this one for BidetMate with over 20K views hit me up!
Just in the past year of 2020, I wrote over 100 video/audio scripts for clients big and small including sports enthusiast club Olympeak, attorney search firm Taphurt, LandStar telecom, M4Media, Wilton Strut-Cutter, Tri-Stretch jeans and yes, an Australian bidet.
These were aside from creating digital campaigns, social media posts, emails and more for my incredible agency clients too! I’m just mentioning the BidetMate video as it was one of the most fun projects to work on during a year that wasn’t what anyone expected. And who doesn’t like a little bathroom humor?
Check out more of my samples at briankille.com and let’s work together in 2021!
That said, given the year we’ve all experienced, this coming 2020 election is definitely no exception. With so much change happening in our country due to the pandemic, race relations, natural disasters and the list goes on, it’s up to us to step up and let our voice be heard in finding solutions from our governing powers.
Unfortunately, not all Americans understand what they need to know in order to make the most informed decisions at not only the federal, but state and local elections. Including myself. So here’s a list of valuable sites to help inform, answer, guide and advise everyone towards a better, more inspiring future.
If I’m missing any good ones you’ve found helpful, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember when we all hung out in person?
Those were the days…
It’s day whatever of being quarantined inside my apartment in West Lakeview, Chicago and I’m so bored, that I’m starting to do laundry just for funsies. What I should be doing is something constructive like learning how to cut my own hair, organizing my smartphone apps or making some extra cash by selling my old tube socks on craigslist. Wait is that weird? I mean I should already know how to cut my own hair right? It could actually save me a whole lotta money! And a whole…
Warning: it’s a good one
Made it to Thursday! And of course we did. We’re bigger than this pandemic thing anyway, so life will continue forward. Just in an alternate fashion.
Better yet, tomorrow is Good Friday. Probably one of the Goodest Fridays we’ve had in a while as I feel the world is looking for some comfort and celebration about now, regardless of what’s going on. Easter is a holiday based around the idea of new life. Rebirth. New beginnings. Even hope.
I recently had the humbling opportunity to tell a story of hope to the…
It’s time to do something
It’s Friday. Although lately it’s been tough to distinguish the days without looking at a my phone, asking Alexa or turning on the news. And should be the same for the rest of the month. At least. I do like the Facetime happy hours I’ve been doing on Fridays with my bros, fam, friends and maybe even my Toonsquad tonight, so that’s a little something to look forward to.
Woulda, coulda, shoulda…
Yeah as the days go by during these quarantined times, I think about the things I would be doing right now if things…
Just moved to a new city? Got out of a long-term relationship? Or maybe it’s just mid-summer, your buddies are out of town and you wanna get out and meet some new faces? I’ve run into all 3 of these familiar situations throughout my adult life, which has always led me to the desire of wanting to meet new people.
Now, I’m not talking about meeting just any old someone out there. Not talking about finding that special someone either. I’m talking about finding someone, or more so, someones that dig the exact same things you do. …
Word on the street is that my favorite “deal app” and one of Chicago’s largest start-ups just laid-off 20 people from their marketing department. Why? Easy. A decrease in website traffic leading to less revenue since this point last year. That said, I feel like there’s nothing to worry about, and Groupon’s not going anywhere.
So — just a quick recap on my experience with this money-saving app. My favorite part is that one minute I could be drooling over a $15 for $30 deal at that new Indian restaurant up the street, and the next I’m clinching a month…