People remember only 20% of what they hear and only 30% of what they see, but an incredible 70% of what they hear and see! It’s no surprise that online video has quickly become a “must have” marketing and communications tool for businesses of all kinds. Viewers are 78% more likely to stay on a website offering video.

Any work completed by us can be compressed and used on your website or other Internet outlets (You Tube, Google Video, etc.) Small projects can even be emailed directly! Some ways this is useful are:

1. Embed any of your projects on your website to attract more viewers then plain text and get your point across with live motion. It makes complicated and long reading material into an entertaining multimedia experience, and one that is likely to be shared via viral marketing.

2. Anything your selling, video tours have more success. Video is more precise than text. Why describe something to your visitors when you can show them? Visuals are far better in explaining or presenting information and products than plain text or still pictures and graphics.

3. Showcase and highlight your skills. Good Video Content Will Give You a Competitive Edge!

4. Video business card or resume.

5. Video Testimonial.

6. Instructional & Educational Video.

7. Real Estate Information

To better understand the state of online video, consider the following:

Website Advertising

With the growth of the internet, more and more people are turning to the web to find information. Whether customers are shopping for a new car or checking on the latest weather conditions, the internet has become a major way to reach customers

    • Almost 80 percent of U.S. Internet users watched videos for roughly five hours in December 2008, with an average duration of 3.2 minutes per video, according to comScore.
    • 65 percent of online video views were streamed between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, making this video prime time due to the faster Internet connections available at work, reported Nielsen Online.
    • In 2009, online video advertising is projected to grow 45 percent to $850 million, according to eMarketer’s latest forecast.
    • 5 percent of mobile subscribers accessed mobile video on their phones each month, according to Nielsen in its Q3 2008 Mobile Video Report.
    • About one-third of online retailers offer video on their sites, according to Vovici Corp.’s September 2008 research for Internet Retailer.