TFOI TV – The Future of Ink Kicks Off a Monthly Video Show

Daniel-HallCelebrating The Future of Ink’s 100th post, it’s fitting to announce a new feature…


The monthly video show will be hosted by Daniel Hall, one of our featured digital publishing experts.

In this first episode Daniel asked to interview me (Denise Wakeman) and Ellen Britt, Co-Founders of The Future of Ink. We had a wide ranging discussion about why we started TFOI as well as specific ways online entrepreneurs can benefit from incorporating a concerted focus on content creation to build their business.

TFOI TV is originally streamed live via Google+ Hangout and then will be posted on the last Friday of the month (except for this month!)

The inaugural show is 57 minutes. Future episodes will be 30 minutes and feature experts, movers and shakers in the digital publishing industry and segments on what’s hot and trending, as well as tools you can use for your content publishing.

We’d love to get your feedback as well as your suggestions for topics and experts to interview. Post them in the comments and our enthusiastic host, Daniel Hall will add them to the list.

Denise Wakeman
Denise Wakeman is an Online Business Strategist and Co-Founder of The Future of Ink. Denise is the host of the popular Hangout show Adventures In Visibility, focused on helping small businesses and online entrepreneurs optimize, leverage, and strategically use social marketing tools like HOAs to gain visibility, build credibility and make more money selling their products and services. Denise is passionate about Adventure travel and how it can inspire you to think bigger and go for what’s possible in your business and life.
Denise Wakeman
Denise Wakeman


  1. Congrats on your 100th blog post! I’m one blog post away from 100. Suggest producing shorter shows that are 5 – 10 minutes in length and feature ordinary folks who do not know about digital publishing. Will bring in new perspectives. 30 – 50 minutes for video seems way too long. Think of the Yahoo OMG web episodes. They are about 2 – 4 minutes each. Fun to watch, easy on the eye, and informative.