One of the toughest decisions you have to make is whether to have a Lakeland video production for your business or not. This is not a cheap project, and it would cost a whole lot of money and energy before the profitability can be felt. It’s an investment that you’re not sure of in the beginning, but will certainly deliver in the end if done properly.
There are many things to consider when thinking about a video production for your company. The number one consideration to make would be the agency you are going to hire to make the video. What is the reputation of this company? Does it have a huge experience on creating videos for businesses? How do the clients feel afterwards? Did the videos become viral and successful?
Once you get pass this, you’ll be surprised to know there are a lot more you need to think about—mainly, the logistics side and the creative side of the project.
Do you have something to show?
Here’s the thing about videos: it has to be engaging. If you’re selling an inanimate object, you have to find a way to make it move or for others to use it or engage with it. There is nothing more boring than a video that shows nothing. Your video has to be creative enough to sell even the most boring product in the market. It has to sell a tax accountant, for example, and make that person exciting.
Who will be speaking on the camera?
Are you going to hire someone or are you going to invite a loyal customer to give your company a testimonial? No matter what you decide on, you have to remember one thing: this person can make or break your company. If it’s a celebrity, you have to make sure that he has a good reputation and that no bad PR has come his way in recent time. Or else, you will be forced to clean up after his mess. If it’s a loyal customers, he has to be believable enough so potential clients won’t think you’re duping them.
Where are you going to use the video?
Is it for television consumption? Is it for social media? If it is for television, you have the luxury to make a longer video. If it is for social media, you have to cut it short, as short as it can be without losing the pertinent information your customers need to know.