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Having a professional portfolio website is the easiest way to display your work in one place. It’s an extension of your professional brand so it must match the quality of your work. You could be the next Rachel Morrison, but you could miss out on jobs if you have an unusable website. It’s now easier than ever to create your own website, no coding required. Keep these tips in mind when you’re building your site.
When a production begins to conceptualize, the first thing that you should be thinking about is creating a website. Your website is the focal point for all of your advertising, promotion, and communication with your audience. Your site should be up and running as early in the process as possible so you have a place to direct people when they ask about your production. Join us as we look at the key steps to getting your production’s website up and running!
According to a recent survey, 20% of businesses want to enhance their website design in 2019, and more than half will publish visual content, namely videos.
Let’s say you just bought the Sony PXW-X70 Professional XDCAM Compact Camcorder and are stoked about the high quality videos you will be capable of producing. You know this will result in crystal clear productions for your clients and an improved portfolio for your website.
The first question you may be asking is what is SEO? SEO stands for search engine optimization and it basically means optimizing your business’s online presence so your business ranks higher in Google search results. Generally, the higher your business ranks in Google search results the more customers and business you get from your website.
In the fast-paced production industry, it’s important for ProductionHUB to keep evolving. That’s why we decided it was time for a completely new look. We took this as an opportunity to match our content, messaging and interface to the same level of quality as our trusted crewing services. Our vision is to make production easier for all, and it’s time our website communicates who we are and why we should be your first stop before the cameras start rolling.
How do you make your website more productive? One of the best ways to do that is with videos. According to Forrester Research's Dr. James McQuivey, "a minute of video is worth 1.8 million words. If you aren’t convinced on video just yet, take a look at this marketing minute to learn more about it.
Let me guess, you are the tech savvy, creative type, and an expert in social media. You are here because you are in a bit of a predicament. You already know that to keep up with today’s fast-paced tech trends on your website and social media channels, you need one of those eye-catching explainer videos.
In an age of dwindling attention spans, online marketing is trickier than ever. Here’s the truth: People may find your company online, but most of them will leave your website in about eight seconds. (And, if they actually read what you’ve written, they’ll only remember 10 percent of it.)There’s a better way to use your marketing budget. Putting your company’s message into a video means that you can share more information in less time, and your audience will remember more of it - 58 percent more, in fact.Essentially, you have two choices: Very few people can remember 10 percent of what they read on your website, or many more will remember 68 percent of what they saw in your video. The choice is simple. But why does it work?
Often, people who either want to pick up their newly found passion for photography, or simply just shoot daily images of friends and family, might not know how to find the right camera to purchase for their specific interests. Before you begin spending money on new camera gear, it is important to know what features to look for when finding and comparing DSLR cameras. According to DSLR Finder, a website that helps you to compare DSLR cameras and their features, these are five features that you should look out for when finding and comparing DSLR cameras, as they will help you determine which DSLR camera is more suitable for your photography purpose.