This blog is part of a series outlining how to get the most out of your video production. Learn how Mercedes-Benz Stadium maximized their video budget and went from 1 video to 6 videos without more production.
Not only does corporate conference video make an event live on forever, but it boosts brand awareness, increases sales, recaps the conference, promotes the next conference, develops YouTube presence, and increases the conference’s significance!
You don’t necessarily need another day of production to get more videos. More often than not, more videos can be made from existing footage. Learn how our friends at GEEARS went from 10 videos to 11 videos with no extra production.
How do we harness audience attention when attention spans are shrinking? Our “Goldfish Model” helps our clients capture their audiences’ attention on social media by providing them with short-form content taken from footage that may not have made the ‘final cut.’
Part of what defines Consume Media as a video marketing agency is our Video Success Manager. A Video Success Manager ensures our clients’ successful by designing, facilitation, and executing a custom video success strategy.
Where does successful video content come from? Video marketing will revolutionize your business, but an effective video strategy does not pop up overnight. Placing emphasis on the pre-production process will result in the most creative and effective final product.
The average person will spend more time on social media than eating, drinking, and socializing combined- over 5 years! Before you get existential thinking about your own excessive social media use, think how this could benefit your business. Whether it’s on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or YouTube, social media ads should be optimized, short, capture attention, and have CTAs.
Your business might have the dopest product of all time, but if customers don’t know how to use it, you haven’t done your job. This is why how-to videos are vital. 3 companies that are killing it with how-to videos are Evoshield, CardioVascular Group, and Mud Pie.