Video Production Service
TODAY high-speed internet is everywhere! This is very important because this was the only thing stopping you from taking your marketing to the next level….VIDEO.
In the past, it used to cost a fortune to produce a video and then a big fortune to get it on TV. Now you don’t need TV because Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and many other highly visible social media platforms let you post your video for free; and video production costs have come down from thousands of dollars to just a few hundred or even less.
Intro Clip Video Production
An intro clip is a very effective way to brand your business. It’s easy to make a short impromptu video of a satisfied customer, new product or service, or special event sponsored by your company. Simply attach your branded intro clip, featuring your logo (or Unique Selling Proposition), to the beginning, and create a stronger bond between a positive marketing message and you brand.
Promotional Video Production
If you are introducing and new product or service. If a picture is worth a 1000 words, what is a video worth? What do you want people to know about what you have to offer? Tell them using video because most people prefer to watch than read.
Facebook Cover Video Production
The Facebook Cover Video feature is fairly new and available to all US based businesses — and this means you. Your big advantage if you decide to take it is, most [if not all] of your competition isn’t using this in-your-face, attention-grabbing, visually appealing and highly flexible marketing tool…yet.
Here is a more relaxed and soothing video if that is the best way to get your message across. Imagination is the only limitation.
When designed correctly everything you want people to see will be visible even after Facebook crops it down to size.
Subliminal Search Video Production
The main purpose of a subliminal search video is to help your new customers feel they can skip the need to perform the actual search. The videos are designed to grab their attention at a subliminal level and then most will habitually want to see what you have to offer. After all, the question in the Search box is a big bold claim and most people will give you a chance to back it up because if you can, you just made their lives a lot easier.
If someone is interested in the answer, they’re almost compelled to look into it because of a human instinct sometimes called “Fear of Missing Out” (FOMO). Most will at least have to take a look and that’s when your hook is set.
If you sell BBQ, your most important message might be a search term like this: “Who has the best bbq in kirkland?”
If you own a chiropractic clinic in Everett, your most important message would look like this: “Best chiropractic clinic in everett”