Way too often, businesses reach out to the WireBuzz team with a request that makes me cringe…
They want to create a green screen video.
But here’s the thing..
Green screen videos are rarely appropriate for their business objective.
In fact, the majority of video projects we complete for our clients would perform worse if we implemented green screen technology.
There are several reasons for this.
So as you listen to today’s podcast, you’ll learn when to use green screen for your videos and when not to.
And as always, we’ll discuss all the major news headlines that matter to video marketers.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn:
- How LinkedIn plans to incentivize users who take advantage of their newly released native video feature.
- What overstuffed Chipotle burritos have in common with video marketing
- What UCF Kicker, Donald De La Haye, is up to since our last airplane run in.
- How I helped a big box store save $40,000/month with their YouTube strategy
- How companies can extend the shelf life of their products and services to keep their customers excited and engaged
- Why it would’ve been a great idea for Snapchat CEO, Evan Spiegel, to accept Google’s $30 billion offer
- How the attention span of music listeners has changed over the last 30 years
- How to decide when to use green screen shoots and when not to
- The three types of video vendors that don’t offer much value to businesses and why
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