Let’s be honest, video is pretty much everywhere nowadays.
We don’t want to bog you down with too many numbers, but here’s a few statistics that prove our point:
• 82% of Twitter users watch video content on Twitter
• YouTube has over a billion users, and more than 500 million hours of video are watched on the site each day
• 80% of “millennials” consider video content when making a purchase
• Facebook generates 8 billion video views on average per day
You get the idea! Away from the cold hard numbers however, consider how some of the social media platforms mentioned above are beginning to be developed around video.
Facebook has launched a live video streaming experience (“Facebook Live”), Instagram and Snapchat have video “story” options, advertisement videos are becoming more prevalent on Twitter, and so on and so forth.
A large part of this rapid rise in the popularity of online video comes from the fact that making video content of one’s own has never been more accessible, particularly with the advance in technology in recent years.
As such, here at Stone’s Throw Media we’re thrilled to provide organisations with video training to help them create videos of their own!
After all, creating your own videos for your business can be hugely beneficial.
Our video training caters for different levels of innovation, from shooting on phones to advising companies on what pieces of equipment they might want to consider investing in to create fantastic videos such as:
• Testimonial videos from clients
• Internal videos (to send cascading messages down from senior management or for training purposes, for example)
• Case study videos
• Event highlights
• Interview videos
There’s financial benefits too. Creating quick fire, low budget content yourself means that professional film crews don’t need to get involved. Save them for videos higher up your content hierarchy!
Using the expertise of our team, we offer employees at an organisation the chance to understand how to create professional looking videos on a budget, taking into consideration aspects such as:
• Shot framing
• Shot stability and focus
• Interview questions
• DSLR set up
• Camera settings
So, if your organisation could do with some video training of its own, we know that our fantastic team can help, so why don’t you drop us a line today?
Our contact details are below!