When I started Videomaker, Inc. in 1985 I wasn’t really aware of what was required to achieve success. Ignorance was bliss at age 29. I loved the concept of entrepreneurship but I did not really understand the meaning to be: one who assumes the risk and responsibility of a business.
How about giving yourself a break from impossible New Year's Resolutions by shooting for something more attainable? Consider this resolution: This year I’m going to improve my level of video production so I can create better videos, win awards or find ways to earn income through video production.
You are out in public, walking down a street or driving your car, and you happen to witness an incident that you believe may encompass illegal activities. Naturally, you do what everyone does nowadays; you pull out your mobile device and start recording.
Spontaneous sales at an event can happen if you can swipe an eager customer's credit card. The Square Card Reader and Square Register app make accepting credit card payments easy for anyone to do business on the fly.
Video in schools used to be limited to an off-site instructor lecturing on a small television to a bored class without much interaction or participation. As this generation's video-centric kids has become more tech-savvy, videos in schools has also matured. From training videos and tutorials, to bringing history alive and teaching video production, bringing video into the classroom is as natural to today's students as pencils.
Every website needs video nowadays, if only as an introduction to the business or its services. However, most small business owners wear many hats, but video producer usually isn't one of them. Your video production skills can help clients generate a bigger customer base if you keep a few simple ideas in mind for producing marketing video for small businesses.