Video Marketing

 

Are you thinking of creating videos to promote your business? Planning to create videos to promote your brand? If your answers are yes, then you have come to the right place. This article will help you understand how corporate videos can be your best promotional tool.

Video is known for its ability to boost search engine rankings. Considering the fact that Google now owns YouTube, this tool is an effective way to boost customer engagement. The only question is how do you go about making an effective video?

YouTube has over a billion users. That’s about one-third of all people on the Internet. Thus, you can just imagine the amount of traffic you will get on your website if you use the right strategies in making a video.

Most content marketers know that video content is becoming more and more popular. Cisco projects that global internet traffic from videos will make up 80% of all internet traffic by 2019. This is a pretty staggering statistic, but if you’re still asking yourself, “Is video marketing really an effective way to promote my business?” The answer is yes. Here are seven powerful benefits of using video content.

Here are other reasons why video is a good addition to your marketing arsenal:

Attract more customers:

Did you know that about 65% of video viewers watch over 3/4 of a video, which is significantly more than text-based content? Video content has been proven to attract more attention as compared to other forms of content. Right now, the state of content marketing is very competitive. Your audience is presented with an excessive amount of content on a daily basis. To compete, you want your video to be captivating for it to be more likely to be consumed. If you’re running out of ideas to produce, use a data-laden report and turn it into a video infographic. You can also create attention-grabbing video invites to promote events or convert case studies into video testimonials.

Demonstrations of products or service:

These days, many consumers prefer watching a video about a certain product as compared to reading about it. To promote a new brand, product, or service, try to create a video and then demonstrate how it works or how it can benefit your consumers. If you wish to make it a unique way to explain what you offer, an animated video can be a good option.

Better click-through rates:

If you have an existing email campaign, you’ve probably provided your audience with all of the important information they need. However, your open and click-through rates are still not impressive. Consider using video content to strengthen your email marketing strategies. In fact, just by using the word “video” in an email subject line will instantly boost open rates by up to 19% and click-through rates by 65%.

Mistakes to Avoid When Producing a Corporate Video Production

Because producing a corporate video can be time-consuming and expensive, you want to make sure things turn out as planned along the way. Although you cannot expect your first video to be flawless and viral, it helps to know the common mistakes you can avoid. If you are planning a corporate video production, here are some of the mistakes you want to avoid.

Not Knowing Your Target Audience

Your brand may have the best concept in the world, but if you don’t know who to address it to, it could get lost in the noise of the internet. Whether you are a newbie or expert in the video production, remember that your video will not appeal to all types of audience. If you are creating a campaign that is targeted to a certain type of audience, then your content, style, and messaging must be changed to attract each particular group. This can be a major mistake as different audiences are active on different types of platforms. This means that the platform on which you choose to share your video can greatly affect the style of the video too. For you to maximize the profit of your video content, you have to ensure that you have defined clearly who your target audience is, and make a video content that is ideal for different platforms.

Unclear Message

This common mistake should be avoided in any type of campaign. If your video has all the creative and top-notch visuals it needs, yet has a vague message on what you want your audience to do, it will only leave your viewers confused. While movies use cliff-hangers as an effective and unique way to send out a message it is a whole different story when using it in corporate or marketing videos. If you are going to use cliff-hangers, you want to make sure that your objective is already clear. This way, your audience still knows exactly what to do after watching your video

Skipping Equipment Checks

While having a vision of how you want your end result to look like is great, you don’t want to miss out on other steps of the process such as equipment checks. If you have in-house equipment, always make time to do a routine check and maintenance. On the other hand, if you are renting, be sure not to skip thorough tests and checks before you even leave the rental center. This way, you are sure that you can use the equipment and you will not be held liable if they are faulty. The last thing you want to happen is spending your precious production time fixing faulty equipment or looking for a replacement. Remember that rescheduling shoots can be costly and can even leave a bad impression on your team.

Not Having Post Production Plans

Video production work goes far more than just completing the editing part. You want to think about where you decide to share the video as it will be an important factor in the video’s success. The video distribution can make or break your marketing strategy. Therefore, it should be done even before you start rolling the camera. Depending on the platforms you choose, you may need a change in style and format. After deciding on where to best share your video, it is important to keep an eye on the performance of your video.

There are two important metrics you should track which includes view-count and share-rate. With this data, your brand's creators and marketers can analyze your content and gauge its effectiveness. Moreover, it brings insights on areas of improvements that they can do for your next campaign.

Not knowing the next steps

Aside from knowing how to distribute videos online and track their performance, brands should have the foresight of their campaigns. Video marketing should not be your only focus as it should be a part of a bigger marketing strategy. In today's technology, you have an endless option on how to do this. A follow-up campaign does not necessarily need to be another video. It could also be an infographic about the benefits of using your product or a billboard of your new endorser. Done right, video can be an effective way to boost the effectiveness of your digital marketing. However, if you do not ride on its success by creating a subsequent campaign, its success will fizzle out in no time.

With these tips and information in mind, keep in mind that it is very important to ensure your content has relevance to your target audience.

If your staff members are already swamped with tasks or do not have the skills to finish the task, there are always corporate video production companies who are willing to help you. One of the best companies in Singapore you can trust is Reelmedia Ptd Lte. We have years of experience in producing quality videos and helping businesses reach their digital marketing goals.

 

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1. WHY VIDEO MARKETING – VIDEO BLOGS & SEO?

A video blog is a great example of video marketing and can help you improve your websites SEO rankings and at the same time help to personalise your company making a real connection with a prospective client. By regularly updating your video blog you can indicate to Google that your site is worth keeping near the top of it’s rankings; as the search algorithms use the frequency with which a site is updated to help qualify it’s SERPs. Make sure the videos you upload are shot in HD, have a carefully written script and are embedded in your site using Youtube. This allows Google to use the transcript of your video to help move you up to the first page results for your chosen keywords. This then all has to be balanced out so you get the best ROI possible. Strategy is the key here. Your video will have to elicit some emotional response from the viewer and at the same time contain your keywords and a good reason for your viewer to actually click on your video. Video Marketing that is irrelevant to your clients will not provide the ROI you are looking for.

2. EVERYBODY’S DOING IT:

By mapping out a number of videos in advance you can target a list of keywords that suit your SEO needs. Once you have done this you can plan the content of your videos by thinking about the questions your prospective clients might ask. The new Hummingbird update to the Google search algorithms is designed to take into account the greater number of searches being made by voice search. These queries are usually longer than typed search queries and as a result the Hummingbird update looks for context. If you have a well thought out SEO strategy for you video blog you can take advantage of this new type of search by answering the questions your prospects might ask. For example, if you run a hotel in Dublin you might have someone in the States speaking to the their phone and asking for ‘a hotel in Dublin with Irish dancing’. A video script starting along the lines of ‘X hotel in Dublin is one of the best places to see some traditional Irish dancing while you eat’ would allow Google to associate your site, with it’s embedded video, with live Irish dancing. There are hundreds of Google searches for ‘Irish Dancing’ in the States everyday.

3. WHAT TO DO?

It is important to make the most of the benefits available from video SEO on your video blog.

Key concepts/techniques to remember include:

Social sharing: if you video is fun, interesting and worth a watch it will get shared. Mobile video has exploded and people use their commute time to amuse themselves with funny videos. If your corporate video is funny (in the right way) it will get more views and shares on Facebook and other social media sites.

Link building: by using these shares you can get some great organic link building benefits.

Youtube comments: Did you know 90% of all internet traffic is video? People love online video. In preparing to write this article I noticed that a lot of Irish hotels that have videos of their business on Youtube have past guests from all over the world commenting about how great a time they had in the hotel. This is the best sort of endorsement a company could hope for, as it is unsolicited.

Geotagging: Did you know that if your corporate video has a graphic with your companies name and address at the end, and it is uploaded to Youtube, then Google’s search algorithms will read this text and use it to help Geotag your video? If the video is embedded on your homepage this will help Geotag your website. You can further help here by going to the advanced settings of the video manager on your Youtube account and adding in your business address. This will help Google to push people searching for your product, in your catchment area, towards your site.

By using these strategies you can easily ensure that Google and the other search engines give your site the credibility it deserves.

 

Hopefully this can help you get a better understanding on the benefits of using video marketing to upscale your business.

If you are interested in having a collaboration with a professional video marketing company, please do not hesitate to contact us!

 

 

yt and fb The rapid rise of online video over the last decade means that businesses not taking advantage of it for marketing purposes are missing out on a lot of traffic. According to a Cisco Global IP Traffic forecast, “IP video traffic will be 79 percent of all consumer Internet traffic in 2018, up from 66 percent in 2013.”

YouTube is still seen as the main player for online video services although Facebook has quickly established itself as a major player in the brand marketing segment. As of November 2014, after last year’s boom of premium ad options for native videos, Facebook has surged ahead of YouTube video posts. Following the proliferation of social networks sharing has become as prominent as searching. YouTube introduced easy video upload yet a lot of content users do not know about will surface through social networking.

The rise of the ubiquitous viral video, attributed to YouTube, is also the result of sharing via Facebook and Twitter. Marketing strategy for online video content should consider the nature of the video and ultimately its potential lifespan. Video on YouTube is longer staying, with more in-depth content users will actively search for. Facebook’s focus is on short and superficial, relying on exposure through social buzz; once out of the news feed exposure dramatically decreases. Choosing your online video marketing strategy platform should reflect the video content generated by your brand for the right brand focus.

Facebook’s main advantage is in the nature of the platform: extensive and constantly rising social user base. Preferential treatment is given to its native videos when determining what users see in their feed, together with the recently introduced autoplay video content in news feeds within its App Install ads.

YouTube on the other hand is investing into community of creators of staying quality. Something to keep in mind about YouTube is that, unlike Facebook where content is tied to the platform, link sharing is possible wherever your online coverage is supported.

One study examining the inherent differences of Facebook video and YouTube links discovered that although there are 8 times as many YouTube links shared compared to Facebook, engagement rate for Facebook is 40% higher with twice as many comments than YouTube. Deciding which platform fits your needs doesn’t necessarily have to be about exclusivity as both can be used despite their seemingly divergent focus.

Michelle Phan, covered in our recent post, is a user whose content fits the YouTube model. She also advertises new videos on Facebook to direct her audience to YouTube using call to action at the end of a short Facebook video. With this approach she has gained positional advantage of both platforms to promote content and drive YouTube views with different content to fit Facebook posts for more efficiency.

BuzzFeed is an example of another approach with brand content that falls right between both platforms. BuzzFeed’s strategy is to maximize views and exposure by using both platforms to get content up and to as many people as possible. This approach also takes into account that each platform has different ways of content discovery. Also in BuzzFeed’s case preference among its users for one platform is not necessarily constant; a big hit on Facebook can be a flop on YouTube and vice versa.

In the fast changing online marketing environment it is important to implement the right strategy for your needs to get ahead of the competition. If you are interested in collaborating with a professional video marketing company we want to hear from you so that we can assist you in developing the right product for your needs. If you are interested in having a collaboration with a professional video marketing company, please do not hesitate to contact us!

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One of the new changes from this year in Facebook is represented by the amount of video present on the news feed, amount that has tripled since last year, to the joy of many users and advertisers who discovered this option.

There is only one person who can foresee who big will the video be on the social network, and that is Fidju Simo, the Director of Product in charge of video. Simo and her team are planning to tweak the website’s design in order to facilitate the way marketers can buy video ads and allow them to monitor their campaigns.   Her efforts are central to Facebook tapping the U.S. online-video advertising market, which is estimated according to EMarketer Inc. to  reach $7.8 billion this year, up 30 percent from $6 billion in 2014.

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“We’re just really at the beginning of understanding what video on Facebook is about,” Simo said. “We want to make sure that we’re really communicating on how people are engaging with video so marketers can really understand.”

Facebook has released a progress report  about video on the social network, including how users and brands have boosted the amount of video in the news feed by 3.6 times in the past year. In addition, the number of video posts per person has jumped 75 percent, with more than half of daily U.S. visitors watching at least one video a day, the company said. Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said in a November public question-and-answer session that in five years, most of Facebook will be video.

Facebook now has to create new metrics for marketers to evaluate their video-ad campaigns, including how many people clicked on a link at the end of a video.

Facebook doesn’t break out revenue from video ads, for which it has been charging $1 million or more a day for 15-second spots, people familiar with the situation have said.

Facebook “is coming on strong and has the potential to put pressure on YouTube,” according to an EMarketer report  that said social media will change the rules for video advertising.

Facebook has been taking more steps to improve video ads. In September, the company unveiled an ad server tool called Atlas to let marketers get data on how often individuals saw ads and on what device -- something that’s essential for video now that 65 percent of Facebook’s video is viewed via mobile devices. In July, Facebook also agreed to acquire startup LiveRail, which will help it serve video advertisements outside of the social network.

“LiveRail will make it so that publishers can be more efficient, and Atlas can help them understand how it helped their business,” said Brian Boland, a vice president focused on ads at Facebook.

As Facebook Director states, this is really the year wherea lot of investment and advertisers are now embracing the fact that we are big in video and new investments will be made in this direction.  If you are interested in having a collaboration with a professional video marketing company, please do not hesitate to contact us!

 

 

 

Michelle Phan is  the best example that you should not underestimate the YouTube power.

Makeup-tutorial starlet  shifted from having billion of views on Youtube and seven million followers to having her own L'Oreal line and lifestyle media network and a booming e-commerce beauty start-up called Ipsy. The next step for her was to release a  new book "Make up: Your Life Guide to Beauty, Style and Success - Online and Off"  which teaches people how to decorate their faces with more accuracy than any other sources.

The ferocious 27-year-old mogul had a modest start with her family  and now has a company with an $84 million annual sales run-rate. She has 700,000 subscribers who receive her Glam bags, which are little sacks of make up samples for $10 per month samples.Phan  gave an interview and  talked  about transforming YouTube stardom   into a real-world empire, which is a now a well- trodden path.

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Talking about her beginning, Phan began doing makeup tutorials. And people loved those makeup tutorials. Eyeliner technique turned into far more sophisticated lessons, like how to look like Lady Gaga in “Bad Romance.” “I showed people how they can transform their face,” she said. “[Lady Gaga] really helped put me on the map.”

Phan stated that in 2007, she was a waitress  and couldn’t even get a job at a beauty counter because she didn’t have sales experience. “YouTube was the biggest thing in the college community, and it just made so much sense for me to have a platform,” she said. “Instead of feeling down about it, I opened another door, and that door happened to be a laptop.”

Meanwhile, large makeup brands like Lancome were struggling to get hits with good viral makeup videos. In 2008, a Lancome executive Googled around and found a Phan tutorial in which she was cramped up on a plane, showing her fans how to do makeup on the plane. Lancome signed her as a spokesperson.

Phan says her shaky bedroom videos appealed to people more than big productions because they felt more authentic: “People need to understand that what makes YouTube so different is that you go on there because you want to connect with someone.”

When asked about the economics of YouTube, Phan said, “It’s like any medium — you have the subscription, but that’s not going to make all the money. You have to bring on sponsors, and you have to sell a product.”

And not every viral star has to have seven million followers — there’s a healthy YouTube middle class: “So many of my friends have 200,000 subscribers, and they make around five to six K a month,” she said. “Which is completely cool.”

“We’re living in an age where we should be collaborating. Because it’s the Internet now. It’s hard to say who owns what,” she said, looking out into the audience. “I believe in Team Internet, and I’m here to protect my fellow YouTubers. … I’m here to fight and stand my ground.”

The business world is more and more prepared for businesses using video marketing strategies to grow as we can see from this interview with Michelle. If you are interested in having a collaboration with a professional video marketing company, please do not hesitate to contact us!

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge—or as many social media users know it, the #ALSIceBucketChallenge—is everywhere. It might be annoying for some, but it’s working.

Thanks to the hundreds of celebrity videos, and the million-plus less well-known ones, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has helped raise more than $23 million in donations, as the ALS Association stated.

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The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, sparked by patient Pete Frates, caught on with Boston-area athletes and spread rapidly across the past few weeks. It relies on a simple dare: You have 24 hours to videotape yourself being drenched by a bucket of ice water, or donate $100 to ALS research. (In many cases, participants do both.) Then keep the cycle going by daring others to do the same thing.

The #ALSIceBucketChallenge topped that tweet total in about an hour on Monday afternoon. The ALS Association and its chapters collectively raised about $64 million last year. But in the past three weeks, the organization has seen more than a 1100% increase in year-over-year donations — all attributable to the challenge.

According to media reports, people have shared more than 1.2 million videos on Facebook showing the challenge between June 1 and Aug. 13. Twitter estimates that the Challenge has been discussed in more than 2.2 million tweets. Gaining visibility for any cause is increasingly difficult in today's media-saturated age, which makes the success of the Ice Bucket Challenge all the more remarkable.

It also speaks to the growing clout of social media as way to solicit donations, particularly from younger people. Only 6% of Upworthy posts have reached 100,000 views, and only 0.42% have surpassed 1 million, according to the viral content experts at Upworthy. Virality is hard. But content marketers can look to examples like the ALS challenge to create and promote content that their audience will appreciate.

So, the final lesson for marketers is this: The trick isn't to copy or mimic a great campaign; it's to learn from it and incorporate the lessons into future ideas. The #icebucketchallenge is fun, it's for a good cause, it has perfect timing, it doesn't feel corporate, and it's new.

If you are ready to create your own campaign to increase your visibility, use the new video marketing trend in the market now and work with the professionals to increase your visibility and grow your business. For great deals on video production, contact us now!

A research done by Tremor Video and Millward Brow, where they examined more than 300 video campaigns and tested the content with 150 consumers, was made to track the receptiveness and feelings that these two have toward each one. Brands and marketers should take the advice to heart and create more innovative campaigns because, right now, most of them are doing it all wrong.

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Entice and intrigue

Finding balance here is the key. You should give enough information, not too much or too little, so that the viewers are encouraged to click through or act to find out more.

Remember to give consumers a reason to engage by starting the story, but not telling the whole thing. This applies both to getting people to pay attention to the ad (completion rate) and encouraging them to interact (engagement rate). Results showed that high-performing mobile creative outperforms TV benchmarks.

Bring them in

With an aligned design, technology and the right medium to create engaging advertising, you will be able to let your customers them stay in the video overlay and make their own decisions to continue to interact.

Symphony not noise

Every ad should sing and flow with a consistent theme and messaging throughout the layers of content. We know it’s tempting to use every tool in your belt, but too many messages, graphics and functions create confusion and dilute the effectiveness of the experience. With the many options available today, it’s easy to go overboard. Remember: simple sells.

Make them  feel

Consumers have an emotional connection to their mobile devices, so taking advantage of that and creating experiences that trigger an emotional response is the best strategy. The ads in the study generated more interest and excitement than we tend to see with TV or online video norms. Emotion is the heart of why advertising works, so remember this next time you are thinking about your videos.

When you pair emotional triggers in content with a distribution method that viewers are emotionally connected to, more often than not you’ll have a winner.

Catch the moment

Mobile devices serve as a first screen so often, so it’s important to use this moment to get people in the relevant moment. Find a way to keep consistent creative messaging across different platforms while leveraging the unique role of each device.

With availability of big data and targeting, brands are able to deliver their video advertisements in ways traditional media has never been able to do. The right message at the right time can be pitched to a single demographic group, or a series of demographics, with matching content.

Compare this with the old way of advertising that sees the same national brand ads plugged into TV shows and repeated, and the potential is obvious.

Adopting all five of these elements to your video advertising strategy will help generate interest, improve overall brand recall and increase sales conversations. So, join the digital age today and become as successful as you can by working with a very professional video production team.  For great deals on video production, contact us now!

Video have been present  for a long time now, as many production styles have evolved over the years, distribution channels have emerged, interactivity has blossomed and technology has changed the face of video forever. Even the influence of the video and voice message as it reaches the consumer in new and different ways has changed drastically.

The old cliché sOnlineVideoDeliveryays, "A picture is worth a thousand words." Maybe that picture is no longer a picture, but a video? I believe there are probably millions of people who watch video who would probably agree.

Here are some facts according to Going Social: The State of Video in 2013 that support the paradigm shift from, "a picture is worth a thousand words" to, "a moving picture is worth a million people."

• Forty billion videos are streamed in the U.S. each month.

• Seventy-five million people watch videos online each month.

• $6.3 billion will be spent on video ads in 2015.

Video and SEO -- How Do They Work Together?

We are all aware of the changes that the world wide web have offered to businesses and marketers, but now that SEO has teamed up with the video content to make it even more searchable than ever. If in the past, you needed to use DVD, retail displays and broadcast television, now you have global reaching power because you are equipped with SEO by your side in tandem with video.

It has been cited many times that Google favors video, and after all, they do own YouTube, the second largest search engine in the world -- second to Google, of course.  Google also knows that videos are everywhere, not just on YouTube and on your company website. They are also on social media channels and being watched on your smartphone sitting right in your pocket or hand bag.

When videos are being produced, marketers have to pay more attention not just to their content in the video and who they are producing for, but also for the search engine requirements. Based on consumer trends , broadcast TV has now been overtaken by digital media by almost 45 minutes more per week. That should tell you that digital video and SEO are critical for your marketing efforts.

Start Integrating Video Into Your Marketing -- Now!

The production of video comes with some implications just like media buying does. Video can behave very much the same way because you can produce your own video or pay an agency to do it for you, but either way they can be highly effective. If you decide to produce your own in-house, it is much like content marketing or owned media. You can have more control over the outcome of your message and it will be less expensive, but the downside may be that your production quality will probably suffer. In some cases, this lack of quality content can hurt your brand's reputation and brand image, so chose wisely.

Marketers Love Video and Everything It Brings to the Brand

When video and the web are combined, nothing seems to communicate stories more effectively. Marketers know this and they are increasing their marketing budgets to accommodate video.

According to ReelSEO's 2013 Q4 Video Marketing Survey & Business Video Trend Report, their findings are giving us an indication that video is on the rise and marketers should take notice.

• 93% of marketing professionals are implementing video in their strategies.

• 84% are using video for website marketing.

• 82% have expressed the positive effect video has on their organization.

Reach and Recall

Marketers always think about reach and recall. The good news about these two key performance indicators is that video is known to enhance a marketing campaign's reach, and at a lower cost. In the  Nielsen and the IAB report we can see that the  video is also known to make a marketing campaign more effective through generating an increase in brand recall (+33 percent) and message recall (+45 percent).

If a picture isn't worth a thousand words any longer, it may just be worth a million eyeballs or even increased sales.

So, join the digital age today and become as successful as you can by working with a professional video production team.  For great deals on video productioncontact us now!

 

We live in a world where the tablet, the smartphone and the connected TV are trending up among all users in the world. Fewer and fewer people barely watch television for its content, as all the programs that are being displayed on the TV can be watched online and everyone is using their mobile or other devices to do so.

Due to this, brands have been forced to shift their video marketing strategies and significant portions of their advertising budgets to reach consumers where data has shown where most of their time is being spent.

According to an eMarketer report, brands in the Asia-Pacific region will increase mobile media and online video advertising this year. In China alone, $18.96 billion will be spent on these efforts. This total will accounts for 46.2 percent of the total spending on digital advertising taking place in the region.

Brands understand the power of video when it comes to marketing

Now, consumers enjoy the type of advertising which is captivating or eye-catching, and this has made videos one of the best ways to capture their attention and to potentially influence them to buy a product or a service by using video ads. Putting these marketing efforts on a mobile or any other type of device, the companies are mainly maximizing their time with the potential or current customers. But do not think that if you just create a video ad, your work is done. The most successful brands are using video marketing strategies because they understand that the content needs to be appealing in a visual way and also compelling so that it can actually make an impact.

Strategies to make video advertising successful

The investments in video advertising have increased over the years, especially as consumers are accessing content across multiple channels.

According to a report from the International News Media Association, 85 percent of people who access the Internet use it to watch videos. This has had a big influence in the online video ads. It is also true that as technology is advancing, the consumers tastes are changing a lot and people are having bigger and bigger expectations from the quality of the videos.

INMA states that brands need to focus on the creation of premium content that not only gets a consumer’s attention, but holds it as well. Simply put, in order to make a strong introduction with people, companies need to make sure that the productions of their video ads are of the highest quality.

Another important aspect is the fact that video ads need to be strategically placed where consumers will not only see them, but they will also be encouraged to watch them in their entirety as well. INMA suggests that the best placement is a viewing area on the screen that entices people to engage with an ad instead of bypassing it, such as above the fold as opposed to below it. The lower a video ad is placed on a Web page, the less likely it is to be viewed.

Today, the market offers many ways for a brand to capitalize on the usage of video ads. With the right execution, a company can increase its customer base, so we can state that the digital video advertising can help a brand

So, join the digital age today and become as successful as you can by working with a professional video production team.  For great deals on video production, contact us now!

Branding can be a hit or miss opportunity; there are many ways that a company can go about it.  The ultimate goal when branding a company name or product is carrying the sense of familiarity, a feeling of comfort that one can instill in customers.  There are many tried and true methods that are achievable with this mode of operation, from radio jingles to television commercials.  From print ads that hide in magazines to massively erected billboards: it is no question that it’s a proven road to success.  However, with the World Wide Web (the internet) becoming the massive outlet it is today with social media, branding has become even easier.  The methods that website video production teams employ contain a goal of instant gratification, a precisely planned and executed project.

Website Video Production Is An Expanding Market

Millions of users scour the net each day, hungry for new information and product.  The images come fast, and come plenty.  So web video fits in naturally because it is not only instantaneous, it is informative and aesthetically pleasing.  Depending on which website video production company house you decide to work with, the goals are all the same.  You will find that the process is not only fascinating, it’s quite exciting.  From gathering information based on demographics and websites to implementing them, your site will take a shape of its own.   Your video based adverts will become shaped not only by your customers, but by how you want your company and its products to be perceived.  A standard video production can aim for television and the like, but website video production focuses on new media.  New Media is a form of creating digital content that works in several facets: websites for one, social media, search engines and the like.

When creating this opportunity for a company, keep in mind that branding is the key to success.  After finding your specific audience, writers can be brought in to create copy and scripts that truncate the message a company is sending.  From there, the production company will work on pre-production with story board artists, set designers and the like to further the process.

Communicating Your Message With Website Video Production

In what way will your commercial speak to the masses, in a humorous tone?  Will it be testimonial, will is evoke an emotional feeling?  These are all factors that decide what light your product will be put in.

From Words To Streaming: The Digital Effect

Website Video Production lives up to its name in a unique manner: it produces products.  When the production teams then move on to actual filming, the steps of hiring talent should already been taken care of in preproduction, easing the flow of progress.  The filming can be done by either the production team themselves in house, or by outsourcing it to other trusted companies.  The project is then sent through to editing to make the final sound mixes, cuts and graphic visuals.  All wrapped up in a neat little visual package that speaks directly to an audience, the product is finally ready for the public.

Website video production is a proven method for gaining sales and loyal customers. Websites have integrated video and new media content to satiate the needs of a growing public’s short attention span.  The world has gone digital and sales for companies that have embraced this method of video marketing have come away with bigger brand recognition than ever before.

So, join the digital age today and become as successful as you can by working with a Website video production teams.  For great deals on video production, contact us now!

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