Marketing Video Production - Cost and Planning

How much will it cost?

It’s almost always the first question we hear from clients. And it’s a hard one to answer until we know more about what needs to go into your project.

This blog post breaks down the question and offers 3 suggestions for getting the answer you’re looking for.

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The Making of: CEO Branding Message Video

The big day is finally here. You’re about to appear on camera and it’s a little scary, a little exciting, and completely different from your everyday responsibilities. But have no fear, it’s going to be OK.

Here are a few ways you can prepare for your shoot, and what you can expect once you’re on set with us.

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Michael Hammond
Trick Question: How Long Should a Corporate Video Be?

A good corporate video is not defined by how long or short it is. It's defined by the quality of the content and the relevance of the message. Still, it's a question we hear all the time - "How long should our video be?"

We talk about three key factors that can answer this question for you; Message, Audience, Budget.


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Your 2018 Year-End Marketing Checklist

So let's face it...This year was so crazy. If your head is spinning just like ours, you may have forgotten there are some loose ends to tie up before it's time to jump right into 2019.

But don't let panic sneak up on you! The following is a quick checklist to ensure you have everything wrapped up, before you start unwrapping the new year.

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[Video Tip] How To Make Talking Heads Look Great: Lighting

What sets good video production apart from bad video production? There are a lot of things - from cameras, to creative vision, to amazing post-production - but knowing how to use good lighting is at the top of the list. In this blog post we show how we use lighting to make sure our talking head subject looks good.

When your CEO, CMO, GM, team member or one of your clients looks good and is professionally filmed, your brand looks good and people trust your video content much more than something that is filmed badly.

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