What we do
This is the game changer. Ads used to be something you’d watch on TV, a medium too expensive for anyone but the biggest companies and anything but the biggest announcements. Not anymore.
The web (and mostly Youtube) have spawned an age of online ads, which can be as costly and big as they come, but can also be smaller, directed at a specific audience and made specifically for just one message, feature or product.
And the best part? The playing field is level. On the web, huge budgets often lose against highly creative, unorthodox web-savvy content.
You tell us what you need (e.g. “I want a fun video to let people know that we now offer free shipping”) and what your budget is.
We come up with a bunch of different ideas and approaches.
You pick the one you like, we set up a production plan and schedule and run with it.
Within a predetermined deadline, we deliver your video, 100% ready to be uploaded to Youtube, Facebook, your website, etc.
Something you’d like to change? No problem, you give us your feedback, we make the changes and deliver a now perfect video.
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Sometimes, fiction and humor are just not what you need. Maybe you want us to know the inside of your business, or tell us someone’s story, or just show us whatever’s happening somewhere.
Good news: the web loves real-life content. People share documentary style videos all the time. Whether it’s a moving story or an interesting look at something, it’s the type of content that builds trust and converts people.
But you need to know how to tell that story. Great documentary style content -which can also be ads- is usually a result of seemingly invisible narration, striking imagery and a smart new look on an old topic.
Alright, so travel videos are also documentary-style content and, sometimes, online ads as well. So why a separate category? Well… because we love to travel. And we love travel videos.
The problem is, most travel videos are outdated in style and not very web friendly. Having shot tourism video in Belize, the BVI and the Maldives, we gained experience in this genre, and developed our own set of ideas on what travel videos could look like.
The web loves fun, spontaneous, short, beautiful content. Our “New Orleans by day” video was picked up by the Huffington Post and watched 3,000+ times without any advertising (and without even being on Youtube). That’s what good content can do. That’s what we offer.