Corporate & Government
A professionally-produced video is one of the most effective online marketing tools available for businesses today. Video can help you increase your search rankings and drive traffic to your website. You are 53 times more likely show up first on Google if you have a video embedded on your website. Since Google owns YouTube, there has been a significant increase on how much videos affect your search engine rankings.
Medical & Health
Medical video production under HIPAA rules is a sensitive endeavor. Our team is comfortable and experienced in surgical environments and understand sensitive clinical situations. A well-produced video improves understanding of complex medical ideas, enhances long-term memory of a message and reinforces credibility more effectively than the written word. We specialize in patient education videos, event coverage or promotional pieces.
A high-quality video can help increase your search rankings, website traffic and sales conversion by up to 300%. A professionally-produced video is one of the most effective online marketing tools available to organizations and non-profits today. Forrester Research estimates that one minute of video is equal to 1.8 million words. A incredible 59% of executives would rather watch video than read text, according to Forbes.
Video is the Future of the Internet
A report from Cisco predicts that, by 2020, four fifths of the internet will be made up of video. Analysts predict that more than 85% of the internet within the United States will be made up of video.
By 2019, more than half the people in the world (about 3.9 billion people) will have access to the internet. Now is the perfect time to produce your video.
Visit BizReport to read the full article. This article notes:
More than half (56%) of all U.S. households now have at least one of their television sets connected to the Internet to enable them to watch Internet content on the largest screen possible. Connections are being made via smart TVs, Blu-ray players, a video game system or over-the-top devices such as Chromecast, Apple TV or Roku. Five years ago that figure was just 24%.