◾Consider the details, even if the overall idea ends up being more important than the fine print.
◾Think about content, but also about setting too (visual and audio)
◾Rehearse and practice
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◾Tell a story. (Science backs up all the reasons.)
◾Write a script or storyboard.
◾Cheap now to get it approved, plan for localization, etc. Expensive once you actually start filming.
◾Example: Facebook Help, Tom’s Planner
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◾Have a point. Don’t meander. Stay on target.
◾Write down your ONE target, your call to action, and some metrics defining success while you’re at it.
◾Consider putting call to action in the middle of your video, and then again at the end.
◾Reasons to do a video and not to do a video.
Common software for capturing and editing video.
Some common hardware tools to shoot video.
Digital messages contain content.
Analog messages contain emotion.
Videos can convey analog messages and help you connect with users.
How are people accessing your video?
Do or do not, but there’s no ignoring the numbers