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efficacy of b2b video

B2B companies have been slow to jump on the video marketing bandwagon. For some, it’s a concern of equipmentnot having the right team in place, or lacking the budget to make videos.

For still others, it’s a matter of not knowing how to measure their video marketing return-on-investment. After all, if you can’t track it, how can you be sure you’re getting your money’s worth?

Today, we’re going to focus on this particular challenge by analyzing five different B2B video marketing goals, and looking at real world examples along the way.

Sony RX0 action cams for business video

Everything from their marketing to their compact and waterproof design tells you that action cams are for sports, adventures, or similar high-adrenaline endeavors. However, their innate flexibility has allowed for innovative uses in many areas of filmmaking.

In fact, newer models of these “action” cams are beginning to create a new category entirely: the everything camera. For instance, the RX0 by Sony exemplifies this trend towards highly versatile, lightweight, and capable cameras. We recently had the chance to test one out, and were surprised by its potential for business video applications.

In this post, learn what makes these new cameras so insanely useful from both a technical and business perspective. We’ll illustrate these points using the RX0 as an example.

Overcome Obstacles to Internal Video

Video is a fantastic medium for communication because it’s so engaging. You may think it it is worth the effort for marketing, but what about communicating internally to your employees?

Of course, there are some common obstacles to using video, which can make people hesitant to take the plunge for internal communication purposes.

In this post, we outline five different challenges companies often face, and share possible solutions. With these tips, you’ll be able to leverage video internally sooner rather than later, or improve your existing efforts.

DJI Phantom 4 Pro with Artificial Intelligence

When you think of artificial intelligence, your mind jumps to fascinating subjects like supercomputing, robots, and self-driving cars. In fact, the field of artificial intelligence is very expansive, and incorporates everything from algorithms to machine learning and yes, robotics.

Although exciting, the rise of artificial intelligence has important implications for business video. It impacts everything from how videos are filmed, edited, and discovered online, to future job opportunities in the field. Here’s our take on what you need to know about artificial intelligence and video.

guide to storyboarding for business video

You already know you need a camera and a script to make a video for your business. But, did you know you also need a storyboard?

A storyboard is a powerful planning tool that can help you communicate your vision, and plan out the shots you’ll need in detail. They’re easy to make, and should be a regular part of your process.

In this detailed guide, we’ll walk you through how to create and use storyboards to improve how you produce videos for your business. We found some great examples from Game of Thrones and Pixar to boot.

recording a voiceover

In this guest post from Matinée Multilingual, a voiceover and translation company based in the UK, they share their take on seven voiceover trends you need to know about before starting your next explainer video.

Explainer videos are a must for nearly every company. How else will potential customers get to know your brand and product offering?

While a lot of attention is focused on the branding and the style of explainer videos, what they sound like is just as important. Besides music, finding the perfect voiceover for your explainer video can be a real challenge because there are so many factors at play.

In this post, we take a look at seven key voiceover trends that can impact the success of your explainer video.

using video for customer support

Over the past ten years, customer support has evolved at warp speed. In highly competitive markets, with distracted, time-pressed customers, excellent customer service can make or break a company. It’s imperative for businesses, no matter distance or size or budget, to make each and every customer feel as if they are the only one.

In this post, learn how to turn customer support into an asset for your business by using video to drive engagement, utilization, and retention.

post-production tips

This post was contributed by VEEDYOU Media, a professional video editing services firm. They definitely know a thing or two about getting the most out of video editing!

Video marketing can offer excellent return on investment. That’s especially true if you keep your production costs low and setup your advertising campaign correctly.

However, some of the biggest gains in conversion rates can actually be derived from the editing process in post-production. Simple changes can result in an even higher ROI.

In this post, we explore five tips you can easily use in post-production to ramp up your conversions.

make video part of corporate culture

Ever work on a project, and hear someone shout, “We should make a video!” near the end? Or, find that your company always treats video solely as standalone one-offs?

Video should never be an afterthought. In fact, if current trends continue, it’ll soon be the standard for business communications.

We’re not just talking about marketing. In many ways, marketing is already there with video.

So, how can you ensure your company is ahead of the curve? By integrating video throughout your company culture. It has to become your professional way of life.

Here’s how you can get started. Follow this in-depth guide to build habits and establish default behaviors to promote the use of video throughout your organization.

after the webinar

When everyone has signed out of the webinar, that doesn’t mean that it’s over. Thanks to the time and effort you put into organizing the event, you’re now the lucky owner of an abundance of content.

Your team can repackage it and use as part of your video content strategy. In this post, you’ll find lots of creative tips that will help you extract even more value from your webinar.

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