Wednesday, December 8, 2010

4 FREE TIPS ON HOW TO CREATE YOUR SUCCESSFUL INTERNET VIDEO

By Jacob Omer BarSadeh for Vision Film and Television Production

We all know that video is becoming the most powerful tool to deliver information. In a short time the viewer sees images, hears sounds and voice-overs, and reads titles that all deliver a message. But above all, a well made video has an amazing advantage over print or still images: they convey an experience.
The viewer feels, laughs, cries, gets scared, or falls in love.

Whether it's a service or a product you want to sell or promote, video is your best tool.

If you are looking to create a marketing video, use these tips to achieve the best results:

1. Identify your target audience:
By knowing who you're after, you'll be able focus on a campaign that appeals directly to them. If it's children, create a fun, childish spot; women – go for the heart; men – through exciting adventures!


2. Find where your audience is hanging out:
Is there a TV channel they're watching? A blog they're following? A forum? A website? By identifying their hang-out place, you can reach more of them, and deliver a direct message - specifically for them.


3. Create a memorable piece:
Tell a story that your audience will remember. By doing so, you'll create a conversation in your target audience community. Think about it: what are the videos you remember? The funny one, the dramatic one, the different ones.


4. Don't compromise quality:
To make an impact, a great idea is not enough. Telling a story is hard work and often requires professional help. You may know who you're after and where to find them, you might even have an amazing idea – then choose the right people to help you make it happen! The right team can make your vision a reality. If your video looks bad or misses the point - no one will pay attention to it... So don't compromise the quality of the video.

That's it! You're all set! Producing your spot can and should be fun - so get started!



To get professional advice, and for more tips, visit Vision Film and Television Production, the leading
production company for small and growing businesses!

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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

VISION SUPPORTS MY-LIFE-MY-POWER AND SFK

Vision, the Los Angeles video production company shows up to support an fund-raising event




Jacob Omer BarSadeh for Vision Film and Television Production went to support My-Life-My-Power and Success-For-Kids fundraising event on November 30, 2010. The event took place at the high-end SLS Hotel in Los Angeles.
Hosted by Marla Maples, And Daniel Puder the event attracted supporters such as David Arquette, Jeremy Piven, and many other television show hosts, actors, singers, producers and writers from the Hollywood industry.
Daniel Puder, the American professional mixed martial artist, founded My-Life-My-Power about 2 months ago, to empower youngsters and help them build their self-esteem. Puder, who was bullied as a child, founded the non-profit after several suicides were committed in a period of 3 weeks.
Daniel Puder, Founder of My-Life-My-Power

Success-For-Kids, a non-profit organization that helps children around the world make better decisions, has partnered with My-Life-My-Power, and together they will be able to create a major change: from educating the bullies to empowering the bullied to increasing national consciousness to break the bullying cycle.
Marla Maples, host

Vision supports SFK by donating time and money to its growth and success. In addition to helping with the organization's videos, Vision is currently producing the documentary film "Racing Awareness" that tells the stories of 4 children around the world before studying SFK, and throughout one year of studying the program.

The event was wonderful, and items such as autographed Beatles albums, Madonna signed CDs and more were offered to bid on.
For more info and pictures visit: www.SFK.org and www,MyLifeMyPower.org