The world of video production has many facets, with numerous avenues of entry. Many enter by producing wedding or event videos. These are relatively easy roads to enter but are often heavily traveled by more established sojourners. Perhaps a bit more challenging but with less competition, you may find the world of corporate video an interesting and worthwhile destination.
Convincing clients to invest in video ads can be an art in itself. Whether you're freelancing or part of a company or an established SEO, you oftentimes face the same obstacles time after time. We’ll help you build an argument for online video ads.
You want to break into the commercial video production business but it seems that everyone is out shooting television commercials and wedding videos these days. How can you possibly compete with the established players? Well, perhaps you shouldn’t. Maybe you should find the road less traveled and follow it instead.
5 ways to avoid embarrassment - Client based video production. Client relationships are at the heart of good business. Being prepared is key to success.
We show you 5 ways to avoid embarrassment and win favor with your client. A great product begins with a great experience.
Projects come and go, but dreaming up the next great video for a good client can mean the difference between caviar and canned beans. While most clients will come to the table with an idea for their first video or (hopefully) two, it's the job of the independent producer to educate clients on what kinds of videos are possible, which can add value to the client's value proposition, and why having more videos is ultimately better.
Experienced video producers understand the monumental effort involved in any video production, large or small — but does your client? Here’s how to educate them on the video production process so that everyone comes away satisfied.