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Why should your company pursue video?

Any successful web marketing strategy needs content. Content is the fuel for the fire. If you don't have solid photography, video and stories, you're not going to get very far.

Investing in high production value content assets is a really smart move. When you hire a digital marketing agency, one of the first questions they'll ask you is, "What's the state of your content library?"

If your answer is, "I don't know," or "I think we have some old photos on our company server," or "I think I have some saved in Outlook," or "they're on Jerry's old computer," that's really not good.

Whether you're doing inbound marketing, social media advertising, pay-per-click, conversion optimization, traditional media, or anything really, you're going to need these assets.

So why not get started today?

Tiger Schulmann's video marketing

A video marketing campaign that only after a 3 hour shoot, yielded about 15 videos rolled out weekly in order to bring more attention, shares, local exposure and ultimately, students.

On Time EMT Recruitment Video

A video developed for recruitment purposes. Intended to show to folks who are interested in the company and wanted to learn more. Most of the time these folks would already be sitting down in a discussion with the recruiter when they would see this.

Contact us for a sample video strategy

Just to give you an idea of what kind of engagement we offer for this type of strategy.

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Why should you build a YouTube channel? That seems like a lot of work. Would it really pay off in the long run?

It depends. If you put in what it takes, then yes. It really could.

Now just because you're making videos doesn't necessarily mean you'll need a YouTube channel. But in the right scenario, YouTube might be literally your biggest revenue driver.

So if you depend on customers finding you organically through the web, and what you sell has a large visual element to it --- that is --- it's very helpful to see the product/service in action before you decide to buy, investing in YouTube might be right for you.

Check out a couple channels we've been working on.

Lukin Center Psychotherapy

Employee spotlights, safety instructions, administration interviews, and much more!

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On Time Ambulance YouTube Channel

Employee spotlights, safety instructions, administration interviews, and much more!

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What’s it going to cost me?

That all depends on a few key factors

  • What are your goals?
  • What is your budget range?
  • Do you have any in-house capabilities?

Pricing can be flexible. The good thing is, today you don't need to hire a major production company for every project. But to get the best outcome, you should go with a reputable firm that's nearby.

What does the process look like?

In our production process --- we usually visit you on-site and shoot for anywhere from four to eight hours. We'll take a ton of footage, interview you and your team, gather a bunch of b-roll, and generally get together as much as possible. From there, we'll come back and sift through everything --- picking out the best elements of footage. Based on your needs and our prior discussions, we'll cut your video together --- combining a-roll, b-roll, interviews, animations, titles, and whatever else is needed to get the job done.

When we're finished, we'll show you a draft of what we've created. You can make a round of revisions if necessary so everything is 100% to your liking (though we try to accomplish this on the very first try). After that, we help you get your content seen. Other companies might just create some videos for you and say, "Here you go. Go nuts." Not here. We'll help you get the content seen by the right audience and make sure it does what it was intended to do.

How will we come up with good topics for videos?

What questions do you get from customers all the time? What expertise do you have to share with the world?

In terms of topics, think small. By that we mean, don't go too broad with what you decide to tackle. It's often best to answer one specific question rather than try to do a big ambitious video that teaches you everything you need to know. From there, test out what's working and what isn't. What kind of content is your audience engaging with? What are they responding best to? Figure it out and keep doing more of that.

How is this going to help our bottom line?

Video content can help drive sales. It can be a tremendous asset for your sales team to show prospects key pieces of information quickly and easily. It can allow your team to get a key message to a stakeholder or decision maker without having to filter it through multiple other people. It can drive new leads by gathering organic searchers and bringing them into your sales funnel (or flywheel).

We get it. You like the idea of doing video. But you're worried that it might be a big project, it could be expensive and it could take a long time to get it done. We totally understand those fears --- but here's the thing. We have a team of editors, cinematographers, and directors right here in-house. These sorts of projects are right in our wheelhouse. Not just that, we also have a flat-fee guarantee. You'll be paying one monthly retainer price. That won't change. We won't go over budget. They'll be no surprises, no hidden fees, and you're going to absolutely love what we create.

But don't just take our word for it. Take a look at some of our work below or browse our entire video library and see what our clients have to say.

The Lukin Center Opener

This is a part of an on-going series with Dr Lukin to expand his own personal brand and further his outreach to those in need.

Cambridge Security Seals New Technology

A video created to outline the newest advancements behind the scene at CSS. This video combines kinetic type, interviews, and b-roll to create an interesting/quick video format.

Father John's Why Do People Love Animals?

An overview of the day-to-day activities during Springtime at Father John's Animal House. Fun kinetic typography, Helicopter shots, and kinetic info graphics in this one make for some fun elements on the screen.

“In this day and age, I don’t care who you are, what industry you’re in… if you’re not creating content, you basically don’t exist.” Gary Vaynerchuk

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