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We can create walk-through videos where you walk the viewer through the home or business, giving them a tour of the property, your business or services or we can embed short video clips which link to segments in a virtual tour for a more realistic and interactive experience.
Utilizing photos and videos can also significantly help SEO for website, services and product marketing. Videos allow you to make a visual connection with clients. Videos are often engaging, bringing added interest to your products and services.
Our virtual tours can easily be uploaded to create an appealing media experience for the viewer. Combined with interactive floor plans, potential customers who are looking to purchase or hire you have an increased confidence in your ability, products and services knowing that you are using all of the latest marketing tools available.
FULL MOTION VIDEO
Videos can be used for a variety of purposes to showcase and market your business. They create interest and encourage guests and potential clients to follow through with inquiries.
Online video aren’t just another over hyped, passing fad. In fact, online video is gaining strength as a source for content marketing.
Add a full motion video to your website, YouTube, staff training, infomercials, profile videos, testimonials, or can be added to virtual tours.
#1: The Fusiform Facial area makes us pay attention to faces – this is an actual brain function that hard-wires us to use the human face as a gathering point for information and believability.
#2: Voice conveys rich information – yes, the simple sound of a human voice speaking to us has an amazing way of converting information into meaningful content.
#3: Emotions are contagious – here’s a subtle but powerful aspect that we may take for granted. The body language of emotions is an appealing and we naturally love to share.
#4: Movement grabs attention – another trait that runs deep in our collective anthropological DNA is the power of peripheral motion. Since the stone age, we’ve survived by noticing things in motion – looks like we still do!
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