You know that your marketing strategy isn't complete without a comprehensive content marketing plan. There are countless studies that show your visitors are looking for quality content before they make a purchasing decision and we all know that Google prefers real content to keyword-stuffed content.
4 Lighting Tips for Great Video
Occasionally, you may not have the luxury of hiring a professional production company to shoot your video for you. Maybe there's a last minute opportunity to interview a star customer and there isn't time to schedule a crew (though you should still give us a call to see), or maybe there's a syngeristic moment that presents itself at a trade show. Or maybe, you want to do something creative after work and shoot a web short.
Whatever it is, you'll want to make it look as good as possible.
So you should go out and buy a top-of-the-line video camera for these moments, right?
The key to great video is not the camera. It is the lighting.
We love being the corporate video production partner to our clients. Here's a great example of how hard we work - and how well we work together as a team - to deliver the best quality of product regardless of short deadlines.
One of our technology clients, Catalogic, approached us mid-January with a question: Could we produce a suite of original visual content, including 6 videos and a multitude of graphics to support both the videos and social media efforts in time for their February, 10th launch?
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