Video Creation Basics (3 of 3) Quick Idea #20, Capturing Fleeting Moments

By October 12, 2011 January 28th, 2021 No Comments

SOMETIMES IT ISN’T ABOUT IMAGE QUALITY. In the olden days (meaning a few years ago) “branding gurus” would have told you to NEVER use anything in connection with your practice that wasn’t professionally created (and that cost you a small fortune). Although there are still times when that advice applies, there are times when it doesn’t.

Are you starting to use more video in your practice’s social media marketing efforts? If not, maybe it’s time to begin. Now, don’t be nervous. You’re not expected to produce Academy Award winning films right off the bat! It takes a tiny bit of practice, patience, and baby steps. But, you can do this. It isn’t difficult—and, it’s actually a lot of fun and a great team culture builder.

This is the third in a three-part post series.

To get you started, we’ve created these first three posts:

Need A Quick Idea? You Can Find A Video Opportunity Today!

Look no further than today’s schedule.

If you don’t believe us, just ask one of our visionary clients, Michael Richards Orthodontics:

It may be outside your current comfort zone, but you can do this!

Start by making a goal to create one video each month. When you’re finished with it, upload it to both your YouTube channel and to Facebook. This is really easy, and if you can’t figure it out, let us know and we can help you.

Thanks, as always, for being our valued clients and friends.