The Facts

10 facts. You Need Video.

  • Video can raise money... fancy some flour?

    Video can raise money... fancy some flour?

    We created video content in the lead up and during Gluten Free Baking's crowdfunding campaign for a new blend of flour. Statistics show that video was the most effective form of marketing for them engaging over 4000 people in the run up to them raising £5K to launch the new product - great news!

  • Gluten Free Baking Video Success
  • The Power of Christmas...

    The Power of Christmas...

    For the last few years John Lewis have hit the nail on the head when it comes to Christmas adverts. All the big brands try to get that ‘big thing’ to get us talking and John Lewis have done a very good job of it over the last few years. But why do they try so hard?

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  • How can you measure the success of your video content?

    How can you measure the success of your video content?

    Once you have a good understanding of video marketing it’s about tracking that story, tweaking where need be and getting the most out of your video marketing strategy. The only way to do this though is by measuring the success of your current and previous video content.

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  • Video Fact 7 2015
  • Video Fact 6 2015
  • Video can change lives… just ask those dogs!

    Video can change lives… just ask those dogs!

    Winston, Greg, Vixen, Missy, Doug, Cassie and Dexter are dogs who have been with the RSCPA York for over a year, some well over that. It was becoming a desperate cause to find these animals a home. Now, two months after each of them got the video treatment so people could actually ‘see’ them, each and every one of them has a home! In this case video hasn’t just worked, its changed lives!

  • RSPCA Success
  • Top tips for product demonstration videos

    Top tips for product demonstration videos

    How many times a day do you see some form of advertisement for a product, whether a photo, brochure, offer, tweet, video or something else? Where do you see these, walking in the street, in a shop, on TV, on the radio, online?

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