Case study: Charity exceeds donation goal with heartwarming video
How to produce a good interview video
Case study: Charity Exceeds Donation Goal with Heart-warming Video
We were honored to help “As Good As Gold,” a non-profit that rescues Golden Retrievers and Golden mixes, produce a video for their annual charity ball. Showing a short video during the event, that highlighted real-life examples of their vision at work, captured the hearts and minds of donors in a way that no other medium could have.
Top five  reasons to use educational video
Get a room (and a good one at that!)
When it comes to interviewing a satisfied customer or getting that quarterly update from your CEO for your corporate video, a big fussy video production isn’t necessary. But even with low-key productions, the room matters.
Here are a few key things to keep in mind when selecting a space for your next interview:
How to increase video viewership and engagement
You can now teach or train almost anywhere, anytime, thanks to the internet. Using educational videos; a manager can present the latest H.R. policy to numerous departments in numerous offices all at one time, a doctor can ease anxiety of potential patients by speaking about a procedure from a hospital department’s web page, or a manufacturer could teach consumers how to use their product.
Top reasons video works for service companies
We outlined a few key takeaways about increasing online video viewership:
– put the most important parts of your message at the beginning of your video content
– try to intertwine personal experiences with your main message
– shorter online videos (2 minutes or less) show the best engagement between 0-60 seconds
– longer online videos (2 minutes or more) have pretty consistent engagement percentages, in the 2 to 10 minute range
Video is an exceptional way to capture and keep attention, and generate leads – 93% of marketers use video for online marketing, sales or communications, and the majority name video as the type of content with the best...