by: Neil Healy
Your small- to mid-sized business needs a video! Statistics prove that websites get more traffic when there is a video on the site. No matter what business you have, you can create a video that clearly and effectively represents what you do. It often feels like a daunting task, but creating a video for your business needn’t be. Here are a few steps to follow:
The best way to save money on your video schedule over the long run is to create a series of short videos that can be published on your site following a schedule of your choice. Viewers get tired of the same content so rotate your videos for a more interesting viewing experience.
And, your production company should give you a better price on a series of videos than on a one-off video.
Once you are happy with their work, move forward and develop the series. You will save money and should receive a better result since there is continuity on both sides. You can even get the production company to re-edit your videos, changing the order and stretching your content, making your videos feel fresh while reusing the same content.
Your video platforms are an extremely important final piece of the strategy. YouTube, Vimeo and Daily Motion are the largest platforms to exhibit your business video. They offer a large audience, but little in the way of analytics. Brightcove and Ooyala have more depth in analytics but have a cost factor that must be considered.
Whatever you do, make your videos informative but interesting. They should perfectly reflect your company and reputation. Make sure every detail is considered. Don’t be content until you are pleased with the final result.
Be pleased with yourself: you now have a significant edge on your competitors who never took the time to strategize.
And, if you need help, call on Overnite Video to produce your business video for you.
"When we released our new product, we made certain to have Overnite Video create the landing page video and the 30-second spot. They got it done fast and creatively."
Mark Gerhardt, Gerhardt Stamping