Ever wondered how television news reporters turn around a story within just a few hours. After working in news for 20 years, I use the same methods to create powerful, storytelling videos for my clients. It’s an efficient and effective process you can use to help your clients tell their stories.
An effective marketing strategy always starts with determining the goals for the campaign and video content is no exception. In this weeks Creator’s Tip, we talk to CJ Bruce of New Antics about how good planning before the video even goes into production will benefit everyone involved in the process.
While at the ReelSEO Video Marketing Summit, we got three TrueView advertising tips from Digital Media Marketing Consultant Julie Perry. Admittedly, one is kind of sneaky and awesome in its brilliance. And the two others? Well, they’re good too.
Our next-to-last panel at the ReelSEO Video Marketing Summit was “Best Practices to Optimize the Video Advertising Opportunity,” and we had experts from TubeMogul, Google, Essence, and Mediasmith telling us all about the best practices when it comes to advertising in online video.
At the ReelSEO Video Marketing Summit, we asked some of the experts, who just-so-happened to be walking around, what kind of tips they would give to creators when they’re launching their videos. Suzie Reider, Jim Louderback, and many more offer their thoughts.
Here are some strategies from four unique industries using video in a way that may not be the flashiest way possible, but they provide value in that they educate, and sell though showing expert knowledge in a category.
How do you get your video to gain some steam once you publish it? How do you get people to care? I mean, you know it’s good…but how do you get others to feel the same way? It’s all about finding influencers who have the same interests as you, and learning how to talk to them.
Soft box lighting and umbrella lighting aren’t lights…they’re light diffusion. So which one is better for your shoot? Here are some rules-of-thumb, but in the end, you’ll need to test them both out to get that look you need. Understanding what they are is half the battle.
Recently, Patreon and Subbable came into being in order for creators to offer a unique opportunity: subscribers, fans, followers, etc. could, if they were so inclined, pay for the content they could easily watch for free. We take a look at four of these services, all with their slight differences.
Here we are again, to remind you that it’s not just great content that gets your video shared. It’s the ability to talk to others who might want to share your content. There are lots of great videos out there that don’t get watched, and the reason they don’t is that creators don’t bother to do the additional work.