How to Produce Marketing Videos on a Budget

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February 19, 2020
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Marketing is one of the most important elements involved in running a business or building a brand today. Without effective marketing, reaching your target audience and generating sales or a profit becomes increasingly difficult. Knowing how to produce marketing videos on a budget can significantly change the overall outcome of your next digital marketing strategy or campaign.

Choosing Your Actors

Whenever you intend to produce a new marketing video for your company, choosing the right actors is the first step in getting started. If you are unsure of who to hire or where to begin, consider using existing employees, their families, or even friends and relatives of your own to minimize expenses. Consider working with family members and friends not only to cut back on costs but to also gain more insight into new methods and techniques that may be useful for the marketing videos you intend to create. Brainstorming with friends and relatives can help ensure the success of your next marketing video.

Animated Videos

Creating animated videos with a producer trained in animation techniques can help you to stand out among the competition, especially if you intend to create digital marketing and social media marketing techniques. For the best quality, you’ll want a producer trained in animation techniques to ensure your brand image and aesthetic are incorporated with your marketing campaign. Whether you intend to draw or digitize your animated videos, you can do so by hiring a freelance animator or by working with a third-party service to commission your next animated marketing video.

Think Outside the Box

When it comes to marketing videos, the more unique your content, the more likely it is to be successful. Advertisers spend nearly $72 billion on TV ads, to say nothing of what is spent on YouTube, and other video marketing platforms, so the more you can stand out, the better you will do. Different types of videos serve different purposes, so you should make sure you also have a variety. 

If you are trying to appeal to a more personal audience, going live on social media is also a great way to engage your followers, and it has a bonus of attracting a lot more views and interaction than a normal video does. Going live is great for things like product unboxing or reveals, and Q&A sessions. Your creativity is your limit, so don’t be afraid to try new things.

Producing marketing videos for your business and brand on a budget does not have to feel out of your reach, even if you are not familiar with the process yourself. With the right producer, animator, and third-party software tools, learn how to create and share marketing videos that will deliver the results you desire for each campaign you launch.

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