Promo Video Success: Make Winning Promotional Videos
Can you imagine being able to crunch out truly winning promotional videos? Without pain, cost or time?
What would it be like to be able to draw your audience in to whatever your offering, in a way that is authentic and ethical? Is this a skill you could use?
This course takes you step-by-step through a powerful and proven process to make the very best kind of promo videos, whatever your brand, product or experience. It’s taught by a veteran filmmaker, who understands perfectly what works and what does not on camera.
There is no questions asked money back guarantee on this course. Enrol in the course by clicking the “take this course” button right now!
What are the requirements?
- Open mind
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over 29 lectures and 54 mins of content!
- Make outstanding promo videos
- Know how to engage your audience in a promo video
- Know how to sequence powerful psychological triggers in promo videos
- Know what gear to choose and what to avoid
- Know how to choose exterior and interior locations
- Know how to be confident and fluid on camera
What is the target audience?
- Anyone who needs to promote anything – really!
- Course creators
- Sales people
|Section 1: Introduction|
Welcome to the course!
The best option for promo videos
About gear and technology
|Section 2: Promo performance|
Confidence and energy
|Section 3: The triggers you need to use in sequence|
The psychological triggers you must use
The first trigger
How to develop the first trigger
Examples of the first trigger
The second trigger
How to research the second trigger content
The third trigger
Third trigger examples
The fourth trigger
Development of the fourth trigger
|Section 4: Technical stuff you need to know|
How and why to choose locations
Specific exterior considerations
How to avoid exterior problems
Awareness of ambience
Stabilisation and why it matters
How to use focus to your advantage
A great (and cheap) professional cinematographic effect
How to do multiple takes
The importance of handles
|Section 5: Gear|
Choices of gear
The advantages of ‘portrait’ lenses
Microphone and audio choices
Choices for lights
|Section 6: Developing your skills|
|Section 7: SPECIAL BONUS|
Bonus lecture: how to access your free course on Presenting on Camera