Convert Visitors to Your Website
You can get a million visitors to your website each month, but if none of them buy, it really doesn’t matter. When someone comes to your website, it’s intentional; they’re already aware of you and interested in your product offering. When they come to your website they are researching whether they really want you to solve their problem. So how do you convince them that they want you?
Show, Don’t Tell
You don’t just need a video, you need a video that is deliberately crafted to convert someone who is interested into someone who is willing to take action, and for that to happen, they need to know and feel that you will solve their problem in the way they want it solved. We have developed a repeatable process to create a video unique to your business to convert visitors to your website.
We Help Every Step of the Way
We know exactly what questions need to be answered for someone researching your business, and we help you craft the answers you need. Throughout the entire process, we will be very clear what we need from you and what we will be creating for you. We help with scripting, we handle all the technical demands of the filming, all the editing necessary, and we even do a round of revisions for no extra cost.
The Best Price for the Best Product
The other benefit of the massively effective, repeatable process that we’ve developed, is that we can do it for a much, much lower price than you would expect. For a video you’d normally expect to pay upwards of $3,000 for, we can do for a flat rate of $1,500. For customers who need a little more customization, we can incorporate their needs for a very reasonable amount. Don’t believe that we could possibly offer best-in-class videos for the lowest price? Check out the videos at the top of the page.
Frequently Asked Questions
Seriously, how is this so affordable?
The same thing that makes anything else affordable – an effective, repeatable process. Because these videos all follow a similar outline, but depend heavily on the unique information we get from each company, they are both quick for us to turnaround and distinct and unique from the other promos we’ve made.
What needs would make the video more expensive?
The need that comes up most frequently is to do two or three shoots instead of one to accommodate the schedules of the persons giving testimonials in the video. On occasion there is also need to get a very specific shot that takes longer or requires renting equipment (like a timelapse or aerial shots). Motion graphics, kinetic typography, and other animation work is also available for these videos and would make the video more expensive.