Sharing an in depth case study video of your customer’s journey with your business is so powerful.
It helps to persuade potential buyers to think….”Yes, I’m in the same position they were, so if they can help that person, they can help me too.”
The buyer may have a few products on their shortlist but it’s down to you to show them that you’re the best option for them.
Using Case Study videos in email follow up campaigns, re-marketing video ads and through your website is a really smart move and can be used for many years to come.
All I can say is wow! The return on investment has been huge, but more than that they have really improved our positioning. We now look amazing to all potential customers who visit our website. You’ve worked hard to get your business where it is, these guys can create something for you that will put the icing on your cake.
This video tells the story of how Jennifer found her long lost twin brother through using FinderMonkey’s people tracing services. This case study video for FinderMonkey won ‘Best Business Video’ at the UK National Entrepreneur Awards, where the judging criteria was based on client return on investment.
This case study video reveals how an augmented reality company AdsReality used Lawbite’s legal services to make sure a merger with GAME went smoothly without any hitches. Showing Lawbite’s services are affordable, easy to use and most of all effective.
This video created for web development company Melt Design showcased how the websites they created have helped their clients businesses succeed.
Hailing from the broadcast TV world working on primetime shows to winning awards in business filming. You’ll be in safe hands.
We pay close attention to not only what makes you look good, but marketing & what works to help you attract more business.
As long as it is in line with your chosen package elements, you’ll get unlimited video editing amendments until you are fully satisfied to sign off that stage of production.
You’ll have peace of mind that you’ll receive no unexpected surprises on your final invoice. If the scope of your brief changes when the production is underway, you will be informed of any additional work (and charges), then you can decide whether to go ahead with that.