Video Marketing is really hot today since Google purchased YouTube. Google is the #1 Search Engine used by most people when they are seeking products, services & destination information. Since then, more people use YouTube for searches over Bing, Yahoo, Ask, etc.
The recent video that we created for Bob Balow, the local inventor of The Original Pasta Fork, had over a MILLION views on YouTube.com, and was embedded on numerous websites around the world. As a result, the popular video received a lot of major news coverage on CNN News, Fox News, CBS, Japanese & South Korean TV, plus numerous publications around the world. Ellen DeGeneres showed the video & the fork on her TV show, and the local newspaper, The Racine Journal Times, prominently featured it on their front page and sent the story and photos to other news outlets via the Associated Press News Service. Orders for the fork skyrocketed!
Our Video Services include:
- Plan video recording scenarios to targeted audiences to meet specific goals & objectives
- Set-up appropriate locations & equipment, including lighting & sound equipment
- Record the video with quality video & sound equipment, including wireless microphones
- Edit video footage to feature the best quality scenes, add beginning/exit & other text
- Create YouTube.com Channels to upload videos for viewing, plus include keywords used in web searches to attract potential viewers
- Distribute to websites & Social Media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, etc., plus appropriate news & trade media
- Develop Moving Slide Shows with photos & inserting text & audio comments
Costs can vary depending upon complexity & locations, plus number of videos that can be produced & edited per location sites, re-use of text & logo materials, etc. However our price for a basic web video ($300 to $500) is far below that of most video companies. Short (1-2 minute) videos with quality sound & audio can really help to get people to view videos & share with their followers & friends. (Developing Moving Slide (picture) shows without a location shoot can reduce costs.)