Posted by Marcus Krieg | September 1, 2016
Running a successful video shoot is a big challenge, especially if you’ve never done it before.
There are a lot of details to consider and people to manage:
- How do you schedule the day?
- What’s the best way to conduct an interview?
- Who needs to be there for the video shoot?
And if you’re appearing on camera, how can you present your material with confidence and authority?
For This Week In Video Marketing, we’ve pulled together some of our most recent content that will help you run a flawless video shoot.
But first, you may be asking yourself:
“Why would WireBuzz, a video marketing agency, share how to run our own shoot?”
The answer may surprise you…
While we believe that most companies need a video marketing agency to help with their video “assets,” or the videos they’ll be using for years, there are times where a DIY production makes sense as well.
For example, many businesses want to be on YouTube or create social videos, but simply can’t afford high-production quality for those kinds of videos.
Or maybe you’re looking at potential production partners for your next project and simply need to know what you should be looking for.
We always hope you’ll choose WireBuzz when it makes sense for your business, but no matter who makes your videos, we want you to find success.
And that means understanding the basics, so you can protect your video investment.
I hope you find this week’s tips valuable…
Don’t begin your video shoot without creating a detailed schedule first.
It’s the key to a successful shoot day. Organizing your day poorly can become a very costly mistake.
To ensure your next shoot day runs smoothly, watch the video!
Conducting a video interview isn’t as easy as it sounds.
Like most skills, it takes a lot practice to master.
But the good news is that anyone can do it if you follow a few simple rules.
To ensure your next video interview runs flawlessly, Annette has compiled some tips she’s developed from her years of experience running professional interviews.
Getting in front of a camera is intimidating, especially if you don’t do it regularly.
People worry about all kinds of things when they’re on camera… even the pros!
In this episode of Video Marketing Mastery, Todd shares his 14 best tips for presenting like a pro on camera.
Download the episode on iTunes: http://apple.co/2bey3AQ
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