At first glance, it's nothing more than another cute animal video that's clogging the youtube features; however, this one has a simple brilliance to it. The makers of this video do a great job syncing the dog's movements with the voice over, even changing the inflection of his voice to go with his tail wag. The dog has such a personailty that is infectious to all viewers. We can't stop giggling at it, and we hope you enjoy it too.
This week on our Client Showcase, I’d like to take the time to applaud how First Class Weddings used video and harnessed the power of YouTube to spread the word about an event. Four special guests were scheduled to speak, but prior to the event they came to our studio and filmed interviews. These videos introduced the guests, and gave viewers a small taste of what they were going to see at the event. The videos were then posted on YouTube to create excitement for First Class Weddings. They got more than 250 views and the event was very well-attended.
Analytics can reveal many things. But it’s what you take away from them that really can help you create success for your business. Making videos is the first step in a successful video campaign, the second step is to understand who your viewers are, what they’re watching, and how create more content that keeps them glued to your page. Analytics can help you do all that and more by tracking video-watching habits on your channel. To maintain a successful video campaign, pay attention to these 4 metrics.
We have fabulous clients here at Greenworks Video. They’ve embraced video and understand the value it creates for their business. The professionals at Tucker Advisory Group and Smarter Retirement Strategies are one such client who has harnessed the power of video for their clients.
We all know video is the best way to communicate with your customers, employees and friends, and that people watch videos on the internet. On this edition of Technical Tuesday, Greenworks Video will take you on a journey of uploading your video to the internet, then posting it to your website, social media networks and beyond.
When you receive your video from Greenworks it will be in an .mp4. This file format is too big to just post on your website. The first step is uploading it to a video hosting site such as YouTube or Vimeo so it can be compressed and easily viewed.
When Google and YouTube teamed up they made videos essential to managing a successful SEO program. A Forrester Research study found that videos are 53 times more likely to appear on the first page of search results as opposed to text-only pages. If you feature relevant video on your website you’re extremely likely to be one of the first sites a client or customer clicks on. The video, in turn, will keep those visitors on your site for a longer period of time, giving you more time to establish a relationship and sell your products.
There is an adage that a picture is worth a thousand words. This decades-old saying is as true today as it was in years past. In fact, as it relates to browsing the Internet, pictures -- or online videos -- are becoming a necessity, rather than a luxury. The reason is that a 60-second to 3-minute corporate video can visually communicate your company's message with more clarity than dozens of words could possibly convey.
Have you ever wondered how to best utilize videos on your website or why you should do so? Professional video production attracts customers. Videos keep viewers on your page longer. Being able to see a product or service demonstrated or described helps people who view your web page to become buyers and not just browsers.
A few of the many types of videos you can select to boost business and create customer interest are described below.
A recent study conducted by ComScore has revealed that fifty percent of the United States is exposed to advertisements via online video---some of the biggest providers being Hulu and YouTube. This happens to be only one of the several bonuses businesses can see when using marketing video production for their business strategy.