3 Tips for Making Powerful Videos In a Foreign Language
Are you considering taking your business internationally, or at least somewhere with a different native language?
For any business, that’s a big achievement! To engage your new audience, you might want to think about making a video that reaches your new mobile market.
But where do you begin?
First, you’ll need to make sure your new audience understand the content of your video, so translating the script is obvious. But what’s next?
How can you be sure that the message you worked so hard to perfect doesn’t get lost? How do you know that your translated script doesn’t have some embarrassing error?
In this episode, Annette will show you exactly what you need to be aware of to make your translated video is just as powerful and effective as the original, regardless of where your new audience might be.
4K Video Production: What Marketers Need To Know
So, let me guess.
You want people to watch and share your videos, right?
Of course you do! That’s the whole point.
That’s why you create beautiful videos: because you know they perform better than “so-so” videos.
But what happens when technology improves and your videos start to look dated?
Pretty frustrating, isn’t it?
Fortunately, there is a way to future-proof your videos, which our Director of Production, Stronz, shares in this video.
How To Look More Confident On Video
Can you feel it?
Sweat pooling in your hands…
The “thump thump thump” of your heart…
A sense of foreboding, like you’re waiting outside the principal’s office.
If you’re new to presenting on camera, you may be feeling a slight panic. And guess what?
There’s something about being on-the-spot, all eyes on you, that can make even the most confident extrovert feel sheepish.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
You can significantly improve your performance on camera by following a few simple tips, which I’ll be sharing with you in this post.