Great! You’ve committed to producing video. But now that you’ve got the production piece squared away, what should you do?
You’ve heard it before: You need video to market your business. But the prospect of producing a video can seem like an overwhelming task. Especially if you’ve never gone through the process before.
2015 has a been a great year for video.
Everywhere we turn, the internet gives us another study reporting the adoption and effectiveness of video.
Hardly anyone questions the strength of video marketing. But what type of video should you use and how should you use it?
We have about a million great ideas to help answer that. So, to help inspire you, we'll start with sharing the four of the biggest video marketing trends we've seen this year.
Live stream production is a powerful tool to get your message to the world. And it's something we love to do at MediaBoss.
Whether it's a presentation for your national offices or a product demo across the world, a well produced live stream can be an excellent communication tool.
That's why today, I'm going to share 5 things you need to know about Live Stream Production.
This winter we sat down with people behind Framingham's Public Works. They wondered if we could produce a video that showcased their snow clean up and removal operations. Of course!
Although the Public Works story may seem mundane, we were up for the challenge to prove otherwise. A strong DPW is the key to any successful community. And the key to great video is great storytelling. Great storytelling is what MediaBoss does best.
We were honored to tell their story as their dedicated team worked around the clock to keep Framingham's roads safe and clear in the midst of the worst recorded winter in the history of Massachusetts.
And the best part is, we kept our word and we did produce an award-winning video.
Ready, Set, Snow! won a Telly Award for online informational video.
Check out the video below. The full press release follows.
Eight years ago our Creative Director, Ian Barrett, was sitting at a patio bar in Los Angeles to kill time before his flight home to Boston.
While he was enjoying his beer he couldn't help but overhear the conversation going on next to him between a husband and wife. They were discussing their toddler boy and a possible upcoming surgery their son needed. Ian slid his chair over and said 'Excuse me, but I couldn't help but overhear ...'
Now that you've invested in Video Marketing, it's time to take the steps to get the best ROI for your completed, perfect video.
How do you do this? You publish it and promote it!
Not sure where to start? Here are 4 quick tips on where to share video.