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St Louis Video Production – Full Service Video Production and Post

We specialize in corporate, event, promotional, training and other business videos. Our experienced St Louis videographers will work closely with you to take your project from concept to completion.

Our expert video editors appropriately blend information and entertainment, resulting in motivating the viewer to learn something, use your products and services, and generally feel good about your company or organization.

There’s nothing like the dramatic and informative point of view a drone video provides to help you rent or lease your property, or enhance your marketing or event videos. We’re the
St Louis area drone video experts.

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Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com
https://stlouisvideoproduction.com/

Increase your website traffic with video communications.

There is a lot of potential to build an online presence today, especially with the rising popularity of blogging. A lot of people today are getting into blogging and figuring out that they can use it to do things like making money or promoting their business. There are a lot of things blogging can accomplish.

If you are planning to start up a new website, think carefully about what you want to write about. Don’t just write about what you think others will want to hear. You must write about what you like and what interests you most. By writing what you love, your posts will jump out with exciting, interesting information!

Make sure that you do not have duplicate content. You can check for this by using the robots that are out there. If you do have content that is duplicated, the search engines will probably tag your site for spam, and you will not wind up getting the attention that you are looking for.

Video is a powerful communications tool.

Harness the power of web 3.0. The web isn’t just text anymore, so neither should your website. Use many different types of content to enhance your blog posts. For instance, if you are posting about a trade show in your niche, add a Youtube video of the event so that people can experience it more directly. If you are posting about a new product, include a product demonstration.

Make alternative content. Your website may have much more than just text. Try using multimedia. You can use video content, make podcasts, or just use alternative creative application on your posts, like PDF booklets, mind maps, or templates.

To increase traffic to your website it is a good idea to vary the format of your posts. A page of text doesn’t usually appeal or attract visitors. It’s best to mix things up a bit. Post a video, add some links to other places on the net that will inform and entertain your readers or consider a photo set once in a while. Variety in your presentation will keep your visitors coming back.

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Rob Haller
St Louis Video Producer
St Louis, Missouri, USA | Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

St Louis Video Production for Windimere Farms Estate

Storytelling will help build your brand. And Video is the single most powerful way to tell your story.

Our filmmakers have spent years honing the craft of business storytelling. Our business is to understand your organization — and make sure the rest of the world understands, likes, and remembers you.

St Louis Video Production - Videographer

St Louis Video Production – Videographer

We work with clients of all sizes and in many locations around the globe. Whether your goal is to persuade, sell, train or inspire, our experience creating web videos, TV commercials and business-to-business videos will bring you and your organization the response you need.

 

Mike Haller
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St Louis Video Production | Ground and Aerial Production Footage

A unique and balanced blend of ground and aerial video are wonderfully edited here for the marathon to be held in St Louis.

We shot with the San Diego crew on a beautiful day throughout the city.  We had both a ground team and an aerial team to coordinate seamless editing transitions that really look remarkable in our final video clip.

 

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Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

St Louis Video Production

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St Louis Video Production | Lighting | Physician Introductions

We'll use the right lighting to make your images look great.

We’ll use the right lighting to make your images look great.

Lighting quality refers to a light’s hardness or softness. A hard light is characterized by a sharp, defined shadow edge and a deep, dark shadow. Hard light pulls out the angular features of a face and draws attention to wrinkles and creases. It can make a subject look strong, or weathered, or wicked. Hard lighting can make a subject seem intimidating. Soft lighting has a broad, gradual shadow edge and a faint shadow. It is more flattering on the face. It conceals wrinkles and hides lines in the face, and makes people seem more friendly and approachable. Possibly more trustworthy. The hardness of a lighting instrument can be altered by adjusting the lamp from spot to flood, or by adding diffusion material or a softbox to the front.

Lighting quality remains a true constant whether for video or photography!

Mike Haller
314-892-1233
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St Louis Video Production | Video marketing Tips for better SEO

SEO can be improved with these video marketing tips.

Video marketing campaigns, if utilized effectively, are a sure-fire way to improve your business and increase your profit. In order for video marketing to work, however, it must be done intelligently. This article is loaded with tips and advice that will help you understand all that you need to know about video marketing.

Use other people such as guest speakers on your site and in your videos. As interesting as you might be, your viewers will really appreciate seeing a fresh new face. Make sure that whoever you have in your videos reflects the kind of message you want to send to your viewers.

Try submitting your videos to various video websites. YouTube is very popular and should be used, but don’t forget there are several video hosting sites out there. Sites like Meta Café, Vimeo, and Daily Motion can offer some variety to your campaign. You can add videos to your own website, but don’t go overboard since it can affect your page loading time.

If you are still experimenting with video marketing, you should select a small audience of customers and ask them to watch your videos and give you some feedback. This is a good way to make sure your approach to video marketing is relevant to the target audience you are addressing.

If you are posting videos on a regular schedule, you have to stick to it. Over time, people will begin to anticipate videos from you and your company. The same way people follow television programs, they expect your videos to be released at a specific time and on a specific day. Let them know if there will not be an update or new video coming.

When searching for inspiration, try YouTube Suggest to find related topics which you could speak on. This gives you a tree of various ideas which you can either use outright or might spark a topic idea in your mind. The more research you do, the more ideas you’ll come up with.

Video tutorials are an excellent way to create new content and assist you customers. People will often search for sites with tutorial information about products or services. When they find great content, they will often share it after consuming it themselves. This is a great way to increase your visibility.

No need to invest in all the video equipment, come to our studio, we have all that you might need in high quality cameras, microphones, and editing software. You part is best to focus on the quality of your video’s content, the script, designing it to draw viewers. Call us to come visit our studio and to talk further about how video can help you find new markets.

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Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

How to properly use a teleprompter | St Louis Video Production

Here’s the big problem with the way most people use a teleprompter. Their following the teleprompter. They act like the teleprompter is in charge and that they aren’t in charge. So what happens? All of a sudden people start to sound the same. They talk at the same speed, the same volume, the same tone, and they don’t put pauses in. Can you see how you are about to fall asleep? Now I wasn’t reading from a teleprompter there but that’s how people sound. 

St Louis Professional video camera with teleprompter

St Louis Professional video camera with teleprompter

If you’re going to use a teleprompter, here are the big tips you have to keep in mind. Occasionally you speak louder. Occasionally softer. Sometimes you go a little faster, sometimes you go a little slower. And sometimes you need to pause. Doing those steps will make you sound conversational. You’ve got to do that and then you will be following, not the teleprompter, but the teleprompter will be following you. That’s what you want.

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Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com
https://stlouisvideoproduction.com/

Who, What, When, Where, Why and How? Our Video Producers will show you the way.

These questions, initially devised to produce accurate news reports, are also used or adapted to solicit information for a variety of non-journalistic objectives, from scientific research and job interviews, to the census and police reports.
For our purposes, we are interested in applying them to the creation of non-fiction stories from documentaries to informational videos. The backbone of all stories remains the interview and represents the gateway to your objective as storyteller: to bring insight and understanding to your cause.

The yardstick we use to measure an interviewer’s skill is his or her ability to ask the right questions of the interviewee to get what the audience needs to hear. Entire bodies of work have been published around the subject of best practices for conducting successful interviews. Our producers understand these best practices and know how to use them.

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Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com
https://stlouisvideoproduction.com/

Search Engine Optimization with Video Production Content

As competition for visitors becomes increasingly fierce online, optimizing your website for search engines is more important than ever. Most internet users never get past the first page of search results, so if your site doesn’t show up there, your traffic will suffer.

To reach the top of the search engine results page, your site needs to offer regular, fresh content. One good way to keep a stream of new content is by including video clips on your site. This will show the search engines that your site is active, and if your blog is interesting, it will naturally bring in more traffic.

Photographic images and video files on your server can present an opportunity to increase in the rankings, so be sure that you’re always saving files with keywords. For example: If you have an image on your site dealing with weight loss, like a before-and-after photo, make sure you include a relevant keyword in the title when you save the image.

Post videos of your products on the various video sites across the web. These video channels can open up your product or service to a whole new world of potential buyers who may never have visited your site on their own. Plus, these video channels tend to make it easy for a viewer to pass a link to a friend, essentially increasing you market reach with no more effort on your part.

Providing transcripts for any media content on your site will make it more accessible and make it visible to search engines. Transcripts can be read by search engines whereas verbal or audio media cannot. If a search engine can read your content, it is more likely to include it in its listings.

Determine your video length. If you have a lot of content it may help to break it up into a few videos. It makes it easier for the audience to digest and find the information they’re looking for. Attention spans are short and we rarely recommend a video longer than 5 minutes. You may want to try to cram in as much content as possible, but it’s best to be brief.

Your video production style can mean a lot of different things. Be careful to think of tone, pace, emotion, and other factors that will affect how your message and company will be perceived.

It can be easier than you think to boost your web site’s visibility by optimizing it with various and multiple video productions for the major search engines. Just apply the techniques you’ve learned in this article, and soon your traffic will increase.

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Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com
https://stlouisvideoproduction.com/

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Corporate Video Production St Louis | Teleprompter help for non-professionals

Be natural in your taping delivery on camer.

Try to forget you’re reading, and let your natural personality come through. It can be difficult to force yourself to feel natural, but that very skill is important. When you relax and connect with your audience through the camera lens, they’ll have no idea you’re reading from a teleprompter. That’s the difference between good and great.

Look at the camera, not the words

The best part of a teleprompter is that it lets you look directly into the camera. Make sure you do just that. Look at the camera lens, not at the words just beyond it. It’s a small distinction.

Control the pace

The operator should match your pace, not the other way around. Don’t get so caught up trying to read all the words as fast as they come on screen that you go too fast. Deliver the material at a pace that’s comfortable and they’ll follow.

Practice, practice, practice

There is no substitute for practice. The more time you spend reading from a teleprompter, the easier it will be. It’s never easy the first time, but practice, makes perfect!

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Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

St Louis Video Production

stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

 

 

Want To Expand Your Market Share? Try Video Marketing On Your Website.

Want To Expand Your Market Share? Try Video Marketing On Your Website.

When you are trying to market a business, it is very important that you try to use all available channels. Many people neglect some channels due to fear or the unfamiliar. While video marketing may not be something you know a lot about, this article will show you how to make it a part of your business plan.

Add video to your website.

Try submitting your videos to various video websites. YouTube is very popular and should be used, but don’t forget there are several video hosting sites out there. Sites like Meta Café, Vimeo, and Daily Motion can offer some variety to your campaign. You can add videos to your own website, but don’t go overboard since it can affect your page loading time.

After you have shot your video, include the URL at the end of your video. This will allow others to visit your website for more information about your products. This can easily be accomplished using standard video editing software. Most of these can be found online for free or a nominal cost.

You should include screenshots of your web pages in your videos. This allows users to see the setup of your website. This is pertinent in tutorial videos. Simply save a copy of your screenshot and use a video editing software program to include your screenshot into your videos.

When using videos to market your business, be sure to add a link to your website. If someone views your video and is interested in your company, more information will be just one click away. These links can be added either in the video description, or in a hovering caption added to your video. However, you do it, make sure that the link is easily visible and always kept up to date.

If you see the same questions being asked by customers again and again, create a video that provides answers. While a lot of people have frequently asked question sections on their sites, most people don’t want to read through all of that text. By using both a video based and text based FAQ section, you allow users to decide which they would prefer using.

Don’t forget your SEO as you create your video! Include key words and phrases in the title and video. You can even use your website’s keywords in the name you use on YouTube to further your SEO. You should also create a video sitemap for your site which Google can crawl.

Before beginning any video, plan out what you are going to say to your viewers. Most video marketers say that if you can develop your introduction and closing of a video, the rest of the video will go smoothly. Begin any video by introducing yourself and your company. End each video with a call to action to visit your website.

Now that you have more information on video marketing and how it works, you should feel more confident in your ability to make it work for you. While it may be a bit intimidating at first, over time it should become a regular part of any marketing plans you implement. Do not become discouraged if it takes a while for you to make it to the top of your game.

The video shown here is from a series of multiple videos produced by us for Kuna Foodservice. Rather than one long video production, we segmented the video into appropriate marketing benefit response clips, each explaining a different Kuna service component. The productions are doing very well on as shown on the client’s website views and by their google analytics account.

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Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

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