Video Services for Small Businesses
Small businesses are starting to catch on. Video is important. Really important. Here's a stunning statistic:
Online video now accounts for 50 percent of all mobile traffic and up to 69 percent of traffic on certain networks. (Bytemobile Mobile Analytics Report).
With YouTube consistently ranking as the third-most visited website on the internet behind Google and Facebook, doesn't it make perfect business sense to have a video on the web? If your small business isn't leveraging the use of video, you should. You're missing out on an entire segment of the population. Video rises well in search engines and directs traffic to your website. If executed properly, online video will result in more traffic, awareness, and sales for your small business.
If you still need to be sold on the significance of video, Digiday does a great job making the case in their article, 15 Stats Brands Should Know About Online Video.
So where do we come in? We help small businesses create short videos that can be posted to third-party websites such as YouTube, as well as embedded in their own small business websites. The videos we create can also be used for presentations or archival purposes. Regardless of the avenues you choose to broadcast your video, know that story-driven videos have real staying power. Story-driven videos resonate with the consumer, which makes YOUR STORY ON FILM a perfect fit for telling the story of your small business. Of course, there are many angles we pursue (all with a story-driven twist, of course):
- Small business video histories
- "Get to know us" videos
- Customer testimonials
- Business presentations
- "How-to" videos
- Product awareness videos
In every instance - whether the video is about you, your small business, or a product you offer - we help you connect to the customer in an organic way by ensuring your video is authentic and story-driven.
Interested in having us put together a story-driven video for your small business? Contact us.
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