Use Your Sales Staff To Help Make A Video Sales Presentation

By |2013-10-09T12:00:16+01:00October 9th, 2013|Corporate Video Production, Uncategorized, Video Production Tips & Techniques|

Your front line sales staff are the best people in your company at selling your product or service. They know it inside and out, and crucially – they know how to sell it.

However, it’s rare for the expertise of those sales staff to be called upon when designing or re-designing a company website.

Simple Explainer Videos To Cut Repetitive Customer Enquiries

By |2013-10-02T12:00:49+01:00October 2nd, 2013|Corporate Video Production, Uncategorized, Video Production Tips & Techniques|

If your customers need something explaining, and if you can do that for them quickly with the minimal amount of fuss… they will thank you for it.

If any instructions that you provide result in repetitive customers service enquiries.

Then there is an opportunity for you to serve your customers better, and reduce the strain on staff and costs involved by improving on those instructions.

Why Video Testimonials Are Almost As Powerful As Personal Recommendations

By |2013-09-18T12:00:57+01:00September 18th, 2013|Uncategorized, Video Marketing, Video Production Testimonials, Video Production Tips & Techniques|

Businesses crave to communicate authenticity and sincerity in their marketing endeavours. The reason for that is to engender trust and respect from potential customers.

As with most things, there is usually a blindingly simple way to do which you are after.

Why Newspaper Paywalls Are Great For Savvy PR & Marketing Agencies

By |2013-08-20T08:01:33+01:00August 20th, 2013|Corporate Video Production, Uncategorized, Video Marketing, Video Production Industry News, Video Production Tips & Techniques|

The Times, The Sunday Times and The Sun now operate online paywalls for readers.
The Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph are also set to implement the same later in the year.

But this is great for PR and Marketing agencies if they are prepared to go that little bit further.

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