5 Best Practice Tips for Corporate Video [INFOGRAPHIC]

Corporate video has seen an unprecedented level of growth in recent years, and with good reason. We live in a visual environment and more viewers want to ‘see’ the inner workings of businesses they deal with. While text is often the chosen medium for delivering fine details about business, video delivers emotional content and builds credibility and trust. Keeping in mind, personality and presence are vital to the success of any corporate video.

In this infographic, you will get five tips to help you produce your next corporate video for maximum exposure to your investors and analysts:

  1. Keep it short and make it impactful
  2. Think outside the box
  3. Focus on the visuals
  4. B-roll gives business a face
  5. Mobile is here to stay

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Allison Gosman



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