Not only do you need to be using video, you need to be using it regularly – at least 3 or 4 times per month – and sharing on all your social networks, your website and your blog.
That’s what it takes to be noticed online these days.
Any old video won’t do – online attention spans are miniscule (8 seconds or less) so your video HAS to be eye-catching in order to stop the endless scroll…
What if you’re a camera-shy business owner who’s pushed for time, with no idea of how to create attention-grabbing videos or set up successful ad campaigns, not to mention publishing regular blog posts?
Option 1: spend hours researching via Google and YouTube, to discover that although there are plenty of free tools out there, the results you get with them are often disappointing.
Option 2: explore this site to find fabulous video, Facebook Ads and blogging support packages at affordable prices…
I know how you feel. I don’t like being on camera (yes I’ve done it and I fully appreciate how important it is, but it’s not the most comfortable experience for me).
My “thing” is creating attention-grabbing, scroll-stopping videos that DON’T involve cameras, filming, or you feeling stressed. I love creating these. I’ve been doing it for myself and over 150 clients for more than 3 years.
And now I’m offering you the chance to get my video expertise applied to YOUR business.
Check out the options below. Video packages start at just £30!
As an established business, you need to be using video regularly. I’ll create 2 short video clips per month, ideal for promoting your products or services across social media and your website. Use for attention-grabbing ads on Facebook or Instagram, or simply share on your profile – £75 per month.
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