Category Archives: Video Content

How To Be Effective In Your Next Video Presentation

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“Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably the reason why so few engage in it. “

Henry Ford

 

With more and more interaction taking place online, we are being regularly asked to present material online. This could be a budget proposal to an office when we are working remotely or a vital presentation for an office in a different location. It could be a sales proposal for a contract we our trying to secure. Typically we have to give a video presentation and we have one chance to make a good impression. Read more

5 Ways To Grab Your Viewer’s Attention In The First 5 Seconds

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“There is little success where there is little laughter. “

Andrew Carnegie

 

The first 5 seconds of your video are critical to its success. It is a sad fact of life that if you cannot get your viewer’s attention immediately you are probably going to loose them. So what can you do to improve chances of capturing your viewer’s attention immediately with your opening sequence? Read more

7 Tips For Nailing Your Next Video Appearance

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“We convince by our presence.”

Walt Whitman

We can make a big impact on our audience when they believe what we say. An invitation to appear in a video is a chance to talk to a new audience and should not be dismissed lightly. Many people can be terrified about the idea of a video appearance. Read more

7 Top Tips For Creating A Stand Out Live Streaming Session

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“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”

Benjamin Franklin

 

Creating a regular live streaming session is a great way to interact with your audience. It means you have the benefit of real-time interaction, which allows you to get to heart of what matters to your audience. Read more

Top 10 Tips For Creating A Stand Out Brand Video

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“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together. “

Vincent Van Gogh

 

With so much competition creating a stand out video can difficult. The trick is to approach this marketing task in a methodical and well-researched manner. Read more

3 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Planning Your Brand Video Strategy

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“The beginning is the most important part of the work.”

Plato

 

Creating a successful brand video strategy is the first step in ensuring your video content will resonate with your audience. Creating a brand video strategy means not taking the “winning the lottery approach” to your marketing. You want to take a methodical, well thought out approach to your video content creation. Read more

What This Years Christmas Videos Can Teach Us About Storytelling

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“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”

Mahatma Gandhi

 

Christmas videos can provide us with some of the best brand content we are likely to see in any given year. At the heart of the most successful Christmas videos is great storytelling. Read more

Understanding Your Audience Is The Key To A Successful Video Strategy

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“No problem can withstand the assault of sustained thinking. “

Voltaire

 

Video projects often start with an idea, and thereafter the marketing team are “chasing their tails” trying to make the video fit into their marketing strategy. It is an understandable approach because the idea is often triggered by something a team member sees or reads and thinks that will work for their brand. However the more effective way to create a video is to start by understanding your audience. Read more

5 Ways To Make Your Brand Video More Relevant

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“Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort.”

Franklin D. Roosevelt

 

Catching the attention of your audience with your latest brand video can be difficult. Social media platforms are littered with unsuccessful brand videos. The key to creating an engaging video is to make it relevant to your audience. Read more