But how do you do video right? And once you’ve created your videos, how do you deploy them for maximum impact on your business?
Well, you could (and probably should!) put a lot of thought into affordable equipment, thoughtful preparation, and tying your efforts to measurable results. But if you already have a camera (can I see your phone for a second?) and have something you want to capture, and you’ve got a place to publish it on the web that will drive traffic or attract “likes” and “shares” or encourage people to download your most recent white paper and so on, then maybe you should just focus on shooting your video in a way that will rock instead of, well, “not rock.”
To get some quick tips on doing that, check out this video by Steve Stockman, who wrote “How to Shoot Video that Doesn’t Suck” and who will be kicking off our upcoming Video Marketing Made Simple course with a PRO seminar on October 13:
So, what’s the best (or stinkiest) corporate video you’ve ever seen (or made)?
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