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Grow Your Business With DIY Videos
Would you love to use video content in your marketing, but think it is too expensive?
Have I got awesome news for you! For less than $100 and the phone in your pocket, I can teach you how to make effective videos as well as how to promote them.
Broken into two parts, I’ll cover the theory on video strategy, tips for writing scripts, necessary equipment, how to prepare for a shoot and uploading to the web. In part two I cover how to shoot great-looking vision, how to capture great sound (vitally important) and basic lighting techniques.
By the end of the two hours, you’ll be more comfortable and knowledgeable about shooting your very own business videos.
Topics covered include:
- Basic Video Strategy
- Where to start
- How to plan your video
- Tips for Scriptwriting
- Equipment needed
- Shoot day
- Prepare for the edit
- Uploading and optimising your videos
Join me and leverage the power of video for your business.
NB Remember to book Part 2 - Let's Shoot Your Video
about the presenter
Reg Sorrell of Online Videos Perth is passionate about helping businesses take advantage of the worlds insatiable appetite for digital content. Having witnessed the world go video crazy, Reg saw the opportunity to take his extensive TV production background and help business leaders produce engaging video content.
Video is one of the fastest ways to build a relationship with your market. Reg is passionate about showing business people how video can be used as a tool to increase lead generation, convert browsers into buyers and eventually increase profits.
Reg worked in UK TV for 10 years. Shows include; “Big Brother’s Little Brother” hosted by Russell Brand, “I’m Famous & Frightened: Get Me Out of Here”, “Ghost on the Underground”, “Property Ladder” hosted by Sarah Beeney and “House Auction”. He also has 6,000 hours as a Studio Director in UK TV.
When he isn’t behind a camera or planning video strategy, you will find Reg at the basketball.