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Do you think you can name the top three search engines on the internet in terms of search volume? Google is obviously first, and next you’d assume come Bing and Yahoo. On the contrary, the second-largest search engine on the internet is actually YouTube. When you factor in that more than 3 billion searches are processed monthly on YouTube - not to mention other video sharing platforms like Vimeo and Dailymotion - it’s easy to see why optimizing your videos should be such a high priority. Let’s explore how to optimize the information you provide so you can increase the visibility of your videos in search results. Higher visibility leads to more brand exposure, more views, more traffic, more leads, and more conversions.
Getting started with video production is a daunting task, particularly if you simply have no idea where to begin! Here at Skeleton Productions, we have helped many young producers develop their craft, as well as learn something about it ourselves along the way. In this article therefore, we have compiled some useful tips for budding video producers.
Video advertising and video marketing are both important to the promotion of your business. However, the major difference is that video advertising is a paid medium, whereas video marketing is made up of a variety of strategic marketing techniques that include video. Video advertising is one aspect of video marketing.
These 10 tools are for those who want to enhance their awesomeness in their video production and/or want to uphold a professional video service for clientele. These aren’t just 10 things that maybe you should check out sometime, think of them as part of your “Video Kit”. If you want to be the video pro who’s confident and ready to go when asked to do a job, then you need to have some things in place. Before going “out there,” you should set up the resources you need in a way so they’re accessible at all times.
With the continued rise of video, brands are being forced to stretch their creativity and set new bars. In case you’re feeling the pressure, here are some fresh tips and inspiring examples you’ll want to keep in mind when producing your next corporate video.
As the owner of a creative services firm which has managed over 3,000 productions in my day, I've seen a tremendous amount of resumes and job inquiries come across my desk. On average, I receive between 10-12 per week. At a rough translation, that means I see about 500-600 per year. I'm certainly grateful that there has been this much interest in joining my team but I do have one piercing observation: Landing Your Dream Video Production Job Takes A Little Work!
Let’s take a minute to remember what this season is all about. This holiday season, why not give the gift of video? If you find you have some extra time in between the caroling, feasts and family festivities, we have some amazing non-profit organizations that are desperately in need of whatever pro bono skills you can offer. (Would you love to help but have no extra time this holiday? No worries, you can still lend a hand by sharing their mission via social media.) “Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone.” ~Charles M. Schulz
At the risk of upsetting the visual creatives out there, I’m just going to go ahead and call BS on the idea that when it comes to video, music is only kind of important. Like those guests who are kind of important enough to be invited to your wedding, but then find themselves sitting at the kids’ table.
What are you seeking to accomplish? Are you a company seeking to just grab a production team to execute your team’s vision? To present your service or product to a potential customer base? To make great commercials that convert to sales? Well, if you want to hit the bullseye, just lean into choosing a quality video production company, just a little bit, and the results can be amazing!
Producing corporate videos is a means of driving revenue and telling stories that is still the backbone of many businesses worldwide. There is often the need to show new employees what they will be doing on the job, produce company profiles that have a mission statement and proposition or create a slick one-off video to highlight a new product or service. Broadcast and online commercials are two of the ways in which corporations convey their image to potential customers, and let them know about their services. Event documentation videos can give the viewer an exciting first-person view of a large trade show, or other informational conference. These are just a few of the ways in which companies can reach out to the world, but when you are creating content like this, there are plenty of mistakes you can make along the way.