Is animation right for my business?

The video production Raleigh (and marketing as a whole) uses is shifting towards more animation. Your business is going to be on the cutting edge by embracing this growing trend. However, you’ve got to do it with intention or you’ll get just as much payoff by literally burning your marketing budget. Don’t torch your revenue! Our team at Blueforest Studios makes some of the best-animated videos in Raleigh, and we’re here to help you dominate.

A heavy boost in the conversion of your audience may just be right around the corner. At the very least, you might see a nice jump in engagement. We’ll start with the benefits business may gain from this film style.

The complex becomes simple

An animated film is particularly useful for painting big ideas in a simple picture. If your brand needs to boil elaborate messages down to their basics, you’ll find much more freedom with animation over live action footage. After all, artificial characters can do things and be things that are impossible in real life. A smiling cloud can be the main hero of your water conservation brand. A scrappy computer chip can take front and center for your computer hardware store ads. Try illustrating data transfer or the water cycle in 60 seconds with live film. Good luck!

Isolated audiences become united

You may find your brand has services or products that are useful to many, but your audiences don’t identify with you. Maybe your brand is a financial education service, but the primary perspective is from a man. You want to give women the full value of your service. However, there are differences in experience that make it difficult to connect with them. Open up your brand’s message by animating it. Diverse characters, and even personified objects can be useful for breaking down barriers of age, gender, race, and more.

Make your message highly shareable

If you’re wanting to make your videos more likely to be shared, an animation is worth a shot. To piggyback on the last point, animated footage helps you find more audiences by taking advantage of universal humor and lightheartedness. You don’t have to make your films funny, but it is much easier when your characters and settings are a bit removed from reality. Think about it like this: few adult cartoons would work as primetime sitcoms (see: The Simpsons). By making your audience laugh, you’re tapping into the top element of shareable content. Make people smile, and they just might make your brand go viral.

Take a chance to give your brand new life (beyond reality).

Animate your brand to open new doors for audience engagement and conversion. You’ve learned plenty about the potential of this medium just by reading this post. You now know this production method can simplify your ideas, united segmented audiences, and boost your audience engagement. You’ll find strong benefits all over this video style, but it’s up to you to implement them well. If you ever have questions– or want outsource for professional video production– we at Blueforest Studios are here to chat!

Love at first sight: How dating tips can help you create the BEST recruitment video

Your brand’s recruitment strategy means building a team that succeeds (or fails). You want to avoid chronic turnover and employee burnout. So, future hires should see how your brand fosters an incredible work life. Share your brand story with an awesome recruitment video for your website, but do it right. Don’t be the employer that makes a lame, robotic rehash hiring “pick-up lines.” As the pros in video production Raleigh trusts, we’re excited to get hires falling in love with your brand. Jump in and we’ll guide you with this edition of Blueforest video production tips and tricks.

Give job seekers your (real) story

Business relationships are a lot like dating: if your partner isn’t happy then you won’t be. Since recruitment isn’t only about you, you need to show the potential hires what they’ll get out of the deal.

You should approach your video like a first date with your brand. Your “date” is coming to your house for dinner and you’ve got to make a good impression. Good impressions start with being honest. You should let your employees tell their stories. If they’re excited about being with you, they’ll have no problems talking about your brand in a positive light. A job seeker loves a brand that’s approachable and transparent.

You shouldn’t write out a script for your employees to recite like a speech. Avoid spouting company values like they’re attractive to your potential hires. You won’t get a happy long term relationship with your “date” by using pick-up lines you’ve rehearsed to death. Let your dialogue come naturally.

Show job seekers what you’re really like

The first date isn’t only about what you say to your date, but how you act in your daily life. Your “date” is trying to gauge who you are, based on your actions and general vibe.

Make a strong impression on future hires by showing your employees’ work routines. People can get a real feel for you as your team greets people with smiling faces. They can see into your operations as your team works on daily tasks. They also get a feel for what your environment is like, focus on prioritize, and if their values align with yours.

Yes, your prospective employees catch all this through subtle cues in your recruitment video! If you present as clean and tidy then start becoming a slob again three months later, your partner sees the lie and suddenly you’re single again. Show your reality and your employees will know exactly what they’re hiring into.

Additionally, make sure to feature a few of your company’s benefits and perks. It’s really nice when you make yourself stand out with a bit of what makes you unique. You can cover the traditional pieces like healthcare and professional development, but show off a bit of your company culture too. Workplace features that bring a sense of community to your team are great shots for a solid recruitment video. They’re really attractive to future hires and just might get you off the “dating scene.”

Get to work on filming!

We’re going to break away from the dating metaphor for this one.

Lastly, you’ll just want to capture all these natural interactions and features with a decent camera. Depending on your needs, a modern phone camera might even be good enough. For audio, you can always use a phone’s voice recorder and set it up in proximity to your scenes. Fill out the audio mix with a bit of stock music from royalty-free music sites. Do a bit of editing to structure your narrative and you could be all set!

But if you need more tips (or a world-class video production team), feel free to set up a chat with us at Blueforest Studios. We’d love to get you on track with great video to make every “first date” bloom into a long-lasting relationship for your brand.

 

How to sound professional in an interview video

In most situations, you should aim to sound professional in an interview video. When either you or your interviewee sound unfocused and unorganized, your video loses its authority and overall appeal. Your goal is to have everyone looking great when they’re appearing on camera. As specialists in video production Raleigh trusts for incredible film content, we are here with another round of Blueforest video production quick tips. You’ve got questions, and you better believe we’ve got your answers. So, let’s dive right into it.

Structure your interview (before you even meet up)

When you research your interviewee, the goal should be to learn what answers you really need from the person. You should give your interview direction, but you should not over plan or under plan your questions. One mistake many interviewers can make is to plan out the entire interview as if it were a question-answer session. Don’t memorize your questions. You’re going to get extremely rigid answers down this route.

The best option is to just have a conversation with your subject. Just make sure you have rough topics and a few key questions as bumpers for your chat. To take it even further, build your questions to inspire storytelling answers. This results in more natural and engaging answers while helping your interviewee appear more focused.

During the interview

Get the conversation started before rolling. The worst way to start is with a camera-shy subject. Don’t fault them for it! It’s perfectly natural for people to get a little nervous or anxious when all the attention is on them. Overcome this by chatting up the person before you begin. Get the conversation feeling a little loose so when you start, they’ll feel less like they’re being probed for information.

Keep your conversation going with follow up questions. You’re going to want to keep your subject away from feeling too structured. You’ll also want to stay far from one-word answers, so ask more open-ended questions. When you ask questions in response to their answers, you’re leaning towards a more spontaneous conversation. Shaking people out of routine creates a talk that feels way more genuine, which also makes the interviewer sound far more experienced.

Ask questions from a deeply curious place. When you ask questions just because you feel you should, you’re losing the touch that professional interviewers pride themselves on. A great professional video interview is driven by questions that even the viewer might not even expect. Avoid treading familiar territory and ask interview questions that get a person excited to answer.

Relax and amplify your speech. You don’t want to sound mechanical and scripted. That’s a shortcut to boring your audience to sleep. Ignore all the people in the shadows, and take it easy! After all, it is just a conversation. Don’t overthink it.

Accept that you don’t know it all. You are interviewing to learn, so approach the interview like a student. Unprofessional interviewers assume they already know all about their subject. This creates an arrogance that’s hard to listen to. Do better than this. You can get your subject to contribute if you ask them to tell you anything you may not have brought up. If you rephrase questions (while maintaining curiosity) you may find unexpected answers.

Consult with a team that loves learning someone’s “why”

Sometimes, you may need to bring aboard a team that’s experienced in the interviewing process. At Blueforest Studios, we love to get to the bottom of “why” people do the things they love. We start with the “why” to truly uncover the valuable story, and we use the most professional means of doing it. Schedule a chat with us and we can connect you with the best resources to create a phenomenal interview video.

Want to edit video? Our 4 best beginner video editing software picks

Modern marketing has shifted towards video in an intense way. Media platforms like YouTube dominate the internet, and social media generally is pushing harder every day for video content. Now is a wildly opportune time to jump into video production, and today’s tech makes it effortless to jump into. For beginners, it’s wise to start small and only use what you need. We’ve chosen a handful of software for our “Blueforest tools for video production” stamp of approval. Check out our picks for the 4 best beginner video editing software suites and get started today! We’ve got mostly free options (with a few exceptions), but we’ll start with the ones lightest on your wallet.

Apple iMovie

Apple’s share of the computer market is rising, which means more of you are making the switch to Macs. Good news: you’ve already got one of the most popular video production software packages around! Coming pre-packaged with every Mac, iMovie gives you an unencumbered feature set so you can get off the ground quickly. It isn’t always the easiest software to use, it’s a great starting point to gain your bearings (and see what features you’ll actually need) before diving deeper into the complex paid software.

Price: Free with every Mac.

Hitfilm Express 2017

Yet another free software, Hitfilm Express 2017 is available to both Windows and Mac users. The base package is impressively feature packed for a starter setup. That said, you’ll find it really easy to add in things like 3D model importing and “Chroma Key”– the green screen feature– with simple itemized purchases. This way, you get only the features you need when you need them. Hitfilm takes a bit of time to learn, but it’s more professional than most free offering available.

Price: Free, with add-on features available for individual purchase.

VideoPad

At the low, low price of free, VideoPad has the same pay-as-you-need-it approach to features as Hitfilm. This software has the added bonus of being simpler to handle for beginners. Not to mention it’s also available on both Mac and Windows. However, more advanced users might actually options like Hitfilm if you want to get intricate with things like multi-cam editing. As a beginner, you’ll enjoy how easy it is to get going with your video creations. This is especially useful for those making less complicated productions like YouTube vlogs and such.

Price: Free for non-commercial users, starting at $60 commercially. (Currently, it’s discounted to $39.95 until the end of May 2018!)

Corel VideoStudio Ultimate 2018

Arriving at our first purchase-only option, Corel VideoStudio Ultimate 2018 has got a killer suite perfect for the beginner video producer. Window users will love how in-depth the toolset is, and will be even happier to know it’s easy to approach. In fact, the only drawback is that sometimes the features run a little too deep. If you’re up for a challenge, it can’t hurt to at least have access to these features while you’re exploring what you need. Additionally, if you want to go cheaper, most of the tools are contained in the Pro edition.

Price: $59.99 for Pro version, $89.99 for the Ultimate version

Choose what you need, get the rest later.

I’m sure you’re eager to get started editing your vacation films, creating video game playthroughs on YouTube, or finally getting your brand into video marketing. As some of the best video editors around for beginners, you’ll find most of what you need here. We at Blueforest Studios recommend you identify what tools you need and focus on creating great content. Remember, software can’t enhance a lackluster video. Do a bit of research before you begin video editing, and if you ever have any questions, we’ve got your back.

YouTube Survival 101: How to get your marketing videos thriving in 2018

In the age of the video, your brand wants to make waves on YouTube but you’re already drowning. The good news is you already know modern brands are more memorable with a video marketing campaign. The bad news is no one cares about your videos (or at least that’s how it feels). You wonder how to increase YouTube views and subscribers. After all, your competitors are getting thousands of views and you can barely crack one hundred. Well, we’ve got more good news– no, great news! Your content is probably wonderfully compelling. So, you just have to make it easy to find, and magnetic enough to attract an audience before they even watch your video. No worries! Your Raleigh video marketing masters are here to show you the way. Let’s get you started by optimizing your existing videos.

Optimizing your videos for search

Your title needs a searchable keyword. YouTube is a very search-heavy platform with Google and YouTube searches being the primary way of video discovery. If your audience can’t type in a phrase and find your video, your title might be a big culprit. By inserting a relevant keyword that gets good search volume, you’ll be funneling more traffic in no time.

Your description needs optimization. It’s simple really: include a link and a micro-blog post with your video’s keyword. Your description is more of a secondary reference for what your video’s actually about. However, you need quality information here that’s going to keep them intrigued. Otherwise, they might think you baited them into a useless video. Inspire curiosity, spark some emotion, and give them the info they’ll actually want.

Add a captioning transcription. Again, this is just more text to fuel the search algorithms to your advantage. It’s well-known that YouTube generates their own transcripts, but it’s just as well known that their transcripts are heavy with errors in grammar and mistranslations. Create your own transcript, or outsource it and you’ll be SEO-ready when your audience comes to find you. This also makes your videos accessible to the hearing impaired, which is a hidden advantage your competitors will miss almost every time.

Magnetizing your videos

Create an eye-catching custom thumbnail. Any time a viewer is choosing a video, they’re noticing the attractive thumbnails before they even notice the titles. It’s critical that you capture your video’s message with a few branding and psychology tricks to boost your pre-click appeal. First, keep in mind most traffic is mobile so the image must be readable even when scaled down. Include a short bit of relevant text that gets your audience curious. Overlay this over an image that relates to your video. Need a suggestion? Human faces making eye contact with the viewer and showing strong emotion have been shown to create a connection that fosters engagement. Finally, don’t forget to include your logo in the corner of the image!

Above all else, create compelling videos!

The key to a successful YouTube video is always going to be phenomenal content. You’ll just waste time if you optimize a poorly produced video. As one of the top video marketing agencies Raleigh trusts for creative video content, we at Blueforest Studios want to guide you closer to massive viewer engagement. You’ve already learned a ton from just browsing this article. For more info and guidance, just set up a quick chat and we’ll be glad to help.

How to create an awesome company video to drive SALES

In this edition of Blueforest video production tips and tricks, let’s cut the filler. You need people to buy from your company. If you want to up your profits, video is the dominating format for converting content views into real sales. For starters, the rate of video consumption is going through the roof as it rises to a staggering 78% over the next few years. As that number rises, you’ll find that this 80% conversion increase stated by Unbounce clearly shows this media type should be a critical piece of your marketing. Let’s get the money flowing with tips on creating a phenomenal company video.

Call to action

You need your audience to take action if you want to make sales. First, you should decide which action you want them to take. Are they subscribing to your mailing list in exchange for a free ebook guide? Are they clicking through to your landing page? You’ll need to set up your message with a compelling reason to get them moving towards action.

Craft a great script

When is the last time you gave someone your money after they bored you? Have you paid for a product that wasn’t believable? Why would your weak video do any different? Be really smart about how you sell your message. You want your audience captivated by the plot because they will quickly tune out otherwise. That said, simple is the key to giving an easy-to-understand message. You’ll see the results in the bank account.

Focus on great storytelling

In the process of a great script, you should be putting your brand storytelling at the forefront. Your film will be a strong piece of your marketing campaign, but it will only be one small piece. The takeaway image in your audience’s minds should be consistent with your brand’s values and mission. This brings a deeper believability to your promotion, increasing your chances of making the all-mighty sale.

Chose the right video length

Still with us? Good! We’re not going to have you read an article all day. In the same mindset, you shouldn’t have your audience watching your video all day. Most locations for posting your video are going to be most effective with a 30-second format (give or take). Specifically for footage that’s going to boost your sales, a short video will make perfect use of your simple script.

Choose the right visual style

If the script, message, and length were the meat of your video, the visuals are the seasoning. You could have slightly bland visuals, but few people will want a taste. That’s no good for increasing your conversions. One major trend that’s been on the rise recently is animated video. Interestingly enough, it’s becoming a wonderful way to get people interested in your marketing. It’s not always the perfect style, as sometimes live-action footage may show deeper details your audience needs to make a purchase.

Keep your sales strong with a team that’s dedicated to video

Creating an awesome company video is a bit of a steep task to take on alone. You’ll find that it becomes much easier if you can share your vision with a team trained to execute it. If you’re ready to work on building your arsenal for increasing your profits, let’s chat. Here at Blueforest, you’ll find that our team really digs in deep to share the true message of your brand. Contact us today and we’ll get you on track to the success you deserve.

Should my company create an animated video?

Brand marketing is becoming far more animated in 2018– literally. As business becomes more abstract and data-driven (see: blockchain), you are basically required to have simple explanations for your audience. The average modern marketer is waking up to the epiphany that there’s a lot of marketers can learn from cartoons. You’re going to be better than average, and we’re going to help you get there. Unleash your childlike wonder with our top essentials for marketing animated videos in Raleigh, and beyond. Let’s get started with why you’d use this type of marketing.

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When is an animated video good for your brand?

The best use of animation in marketing will involve explaining big ideas in simple ways. Maybe your brand generates complex data or provides a tool that gives your clients unlimited possibilities. Maybe your brand is a counterculture health movement that needs to re-educate the masses. Your audience needs to understand what your brand does. You want to give them a precise overview of what their lives will look like when you step in.

So, you’re going to want to explain it! Naturally, an animation is phenomenal when you’re making an explainer video. You’re not limited by laws of the physical world, meaning you can represent data as little people flying through the internet and much more. When the abstract becomes concrete, we are instantly more engaged.

 

 

How animated videos enhance your brand (and your wallet)

Let’s start with that last part because we all love to save money. For starters, you don’t have to pay actors and videographers as you would with live action film. Animated whiteboard videos require less time, money, and are even cheaper to edit. The process of creating animation is so ridiculously flexible, it’s almost a no-brainer to at least try it.

On that note, whiteboard animation is flexible in many other ways too. There are endless ways to explain complex topics like mental health and finance. The lack of limits can bring you closer to visually simplifying your message. When you strip your visuals down to the bare essentials of your message, audiences will understand and remember you. This freedom gives you more opportunities for humor too, and people love to share things that make them smile. Finally, your animated characters are easy to reuse if you want them in your long-term marketing campaign.

When you definitely should not use an animation…

While animated marketing video is almost universally good for your brand, there are clear situations where it doesn’t make sense. Animation should not be used if your message requires anything specific to the real world.

Testimonials hinge on your audience connecting with real people. The humanizing details like smiling facial expressions and body language are critical for credibility. Your brand loses that when your characters are simple cartoons. Product videos or demonstrations also require smaller details that real-world footage can capture. For example, a local visitor center website would be more effective showing off real places, people, or things.

Bring your brand to life with animation marketing.

Your company is on the horizon of innovative marketing simply by learning more about animation. While your competition will be trying to catch up, you’re going to be on the cutting edge and moving on to the next step in video marketing. Blueforest Studios is obsessed with new and lively ways to transform your incredible services into compelling video production. Set up a chat today and see what we can do for you.

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Creating the perfect explainer video

Before making your explainer video, ask yourself: does your brand have a strong elevator pitch? If you aren’t ready to quickly explain your brand at any time, it’s time to get your story together.With these Blueforest video production quick tips, we’ll share answers to the following:• How do you talk about your brand in under 90 seconds?• What elements should be the primary focus of your video?• Is your tone too stuffy?At Blueforest Studios, our goal is for you to serve your audience’s needs before all else. Once they understand why you’re in business, they’ll be more ready to do business. Let’s find the “why” behind your explainer video with these tips.

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Give your script the KISS

The old ideas are sometimes the best. So, “keep it simple, stupid.” The “KISS” method is a blunt way to neatly compress your brand message. The problem, solution, your brand, and a call-to-action should be clocked at well under 90 seconds.For starters, jot down your audience’s unique problem. Write exactly why your audience would get excited when you solve their needs. This is your benefit. Did you notice I didn’t say, “talk about your features?” Talk more about them and less about you.

From here, your CTA is easy. Just stick a little urgency onto your benefits and you’ve got it. Keep it simple.

Voice drives the story

Storytelling is key to any great video. Your story should be driven by the voice. Visuals, music and all else should simply enhance your voice’s story.As a result, you’ll need very professional audio quality. Crackling or muffled voice paints an image of a shady brand with something to hide. They might think you pinch pennies when it comes to your services as well. Use studio-quality microphones and audio editing to avoid a bad impression.If you’ve got a strong script, you should be all set. But don’t forget to relate to your audience. You’ll want a story that allows them to see themselves in situations they would experience. Finally, we should note that you’ll want to include captions. Social media video auto-plays without audio, so be ready.

Setting the mood

The tone of your video is going to drive your message home in a less direct way. Have you seen those Dollar Shave Club advertisements? Humor stands out in a sea of sleek, trendy tech promos.Use your goofy office humor to your advantage. Your team’s got quirks, and if that tone goes against the grain of your industry, that is your ticket to success. Even if you’re not using humor, your goal is to shake the audience out of their expectations.Music and visual styling can be subtle pushes towards your target mood. If you’re using animation, pay attention to the art style. Note the film filters and camera angles you’re using. These all drive the tone if used effectively.

Explain your brand the right way.

Creating an explainer video can be a slippery slope into making a boring video. You’re taking actions to make it awesome, so you’re on the right track! Let’s take a moment to recap what you’ve learned:1. “Keep it simple, stupid” with a strong elevator pitch wrapped in a relatable story.

3. Voice needs to be clear audio, and it should drive the story.

4. Stand out in your industry by using tone to shake your audience out of their expectations.

Feeling better about your elevator pitch now? Good. Here at Blueforest, we want you confident in your incredible services. You’re one step closer to video production that matches the power of your brand. Excellent work, friend.

 

Does your brand need a story? Should you have a brand story?

Do you truly know your business’ image? Well, let’s say your friends and family tell you about a cool new restaurant, or some great organic grocery store. To start, they tell you their experiences with the business. They mention how the employees act, the look of the store, and it reflects the whole organization. They’re painting a narrative of what that business is about. They are creating a brand story, and your business has one too. If you’re not proactive, your customers and employees will spread word to create it for you. But you’re in luck: you can take actions to do your own storytelling. Here’s why you’d want to do it.

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Cultivating a fanatic audience

It’s time to be honest, there are probably dozens of companies that do what you do. Some of them may even do it better. But in today’s passionate social culture, it’s not about “what” or “how” you do it. The modern customer cares more about “why” you work the way you do. This is the core of your story.

Need proof? This past decade, you’ve heard more buzz about fair trade, organic, and vegan than ever before. There’s a reason people drive right past a discount grocery to shop at Trader Joe’s. They want their hard earned dollars going to a business that champions similar values in all their work, not just a few shelves of organic food.

A genuine voice resonates more deeply. If you’re transparent and consistent in your ideals, strong customer engagement is natural result.

Building a strong company culture

Your employees have a voice that’s just as important as your customers. If you’re doing business just to maximize your financial bottom line, your team is going to feel insignificant. Low employee morale is a real mood-killer for doing business.

If you want a team doing their best work, you’ve got to revamp your company vision. You need a narrative to serve as a spiritual mantra for everyone you work with. Lukewarm employees sour the customer experience and dampen your productivity. When you have a team that feels your brand values as deeply as you and your customers, you’re literally breathing life back into your business.

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Crafting healthy relationships with the public

We know that word of mouth about your organization is going to spread with or without you. So, your company needs to make every interaction a constructive one. Of course you’re thinking, “I already know I should give good customer service.”

You’re right, but that also means being proactive instead of waiting for your customers come to you. These days, most people research on the web before buying from a business. A good narrative in part means reaching out to these reviewers.

Social media is a great start for this forward-thinking engagement. Start productive dialogues instead of giving them generic “we’re sorry for your experience” messages.

By engaging your audience and learning from them, you’re improving your brand story. Furthermore, you’re showing bystanders that you value community involvement. They’re going to remember that next time they need services like yours.

Sculpting your brand story can be great, if you know how to create it

The narrative you want to tell is all about speaking to the mutual “why” of you and your audience. Discover your essence with Blueforest Studios brand storytelling and have it delivered through incredible video content. Set up a chat and learn how film can be your most powerful tool for your story marketing needs.

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Engaging your audience through brand storytelling

Engaging your Audience Through Storytelling

There is a clear reason why you should start engaging your audience through brand storytelling. Audiences are engaging with very specific content and skipping the rest. Here we will explore the logic behind storytelling, so you can start refining your business voice today.

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Engaging your audience through brand storytelling

Why Use Storytelling?

Brands have recognized they must become more human, and the best way is great storytelling. By humanizing your brand, you’re giving your audience a face they can relate to. Your audience needs someone who embodies their unique challenges and aspirations. When they receive narratives that don’t match real situations, or characters that don’t act naturally, these audiences tune out and move on. By remaining honest, easy-to-follow, and delivering characters that your audience can see in themselves, you’re getting closer to storytelling (and marketing) excellence.

Benefits of Storytelling

Overall, you’re looking at an increase in brand prevalence, sales, and you’ll also be established as a sincere brand in a sea of hollow advertising. You’re generally more likely to receive sales when your audience gets an emotional response from your content. When a customer becomes moved by your message, they’re already jumping at the first opportunity to share it with their friends and family on social media. Now they’ve got a mental image of you and all the people behind your brand, not just your logo. Now you’ve become someone who represents exactly what that customer needs and wants. Just like in love, emotion conquers logic.

Storytelling Can Be Effortless (With The Right Team)

This sounds like a dream to you, and you’re ready to get started right? You know your brand better than anyone so why not work with a team who learns your business and knows exactly how to share your message? Blueforest Studios is a Raleigh based video production firm with a collaborative team working endlessly to craft relatable voices for modern brands through brand storytelling. When you need to create a memorable video, our team is eager to transform your brand into something your audience can relate to.

Set up a chat today!

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