Data-driven 4IR skills development

Become A Video Production Professional

The complete course to video production.

 

How to produce dazzling videos in-house on a budget

The purpose of this course is simple: To shatter the myth that video is difficult or expensive. You can build pipeline and attract audiences with the skills and devices you already have, or can acquire on the cheap.

This course is for you—the marketer. Whether you’re a marketer with a humble team of two and no experience, or a marketer with a video manager and zero equipment, or simply a marketer with budget but no time, this course is for you.

“At least 50% of your content should be video. Your audiences want to live inside of video. Stop hiring bloggers, start hiring producers” – Brian Halligan (HubSpot CEO)

This doesn’t mean you have to part ways with your video agency, either. This approach is complementary. While agencies excel at big-budget brand videos, in-house teams excel at all the simpler formats that account for 90% of all videos produced.

Video production is simply about maximizing your ability to communicate through the most emotionally evocative channel known to marketers, and upleveling your marketing ROI.

By the end of this course, you’ll know everything necessary to produce stellar videos in-house on a budget. We’ll take you through the equipment, the three stages of video creation (pre-production, production, and post-production), and tips from marketing experts.

Are you excited? We’re excited. And… action!

In-house teams excel at producing:

  • Webinars
  • Interviews
  • Product updates
  • Demos
  • Culture content
  • Internal communications
  • Company updates
  • Social videos
  • Prospecting videos
  • One-to-one communications

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The complete course to video production.

 

How to produce dazzling videos in-house on a budget

The purpose of this course is simple: To shatter the myth that video is difficult or expensive. You can build pipeline and attract audiences with the skills and devices you already have, or can acquire on the cheap.

This course is for you—the marketer. Whether you’re a marketer with a humble team of two and no experience, or a marketer with a video manager and zero equipment, or simply a marketer with budget but no time, this course is for you.

“At least 50% of your content should be video. Your audiences want to live inside of video. Stop hiring bloggers, start hiring producers” – Brian Halligan (HubSpot CEO)

This doesn’t mean you have to part ways with your video agency, either. This approach is complementary. While agencies excel at big-budget brand videos, in-house teams excel at all the simpler formats that account for 90% of all videos produced.

Video production is simply about maximizing your ability to communicate through the most emotionally evocative channel known to marketers, and upleveling your marketing ROI.

By the end of this course, you’ll know everything necessary to produce stellar videos in-house on a budget. We’ll take you through the equipment, the three stages of video creation (pre-production, production, and post-production), and tips from marketing experts.

Are you excited? We’re excited. And… action!

In-house teams excel at producing:

  • Webinars
  • Interviews
  • Product updates
  • Demos
  • Culture content
  • Internal communications
  • Company updates
  • Social videos
  • Prospecting videos
  • One-to-one communications

Share with:



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Edzai Conilias Zvobwo is passionate about empowering Africans through mathematics, problem-solving techniques and media. As such, he founded MathsGee. Through this organisation, he has helped create an ecosystem for disseminating information, training, and supporting STEM education to all African people. A maths evangelist who teaches mathematical thinking as a life skill, Edzai’s quest has seen him being named the SABC Ambassador for STEM; he has been invited to address Fortune 500 C-suite executives at the Mobile 360 North America; was nominated to represent Southern Africa at the inaugural United Nations Youth Skills Day in New York; was invited to be a contributor to the World Bank Group Youth Summit in 2016; has won the 2014 SADC Protocol on Gender and Development award for his contribution to women’s empowerment in education; and has partnered with local and global firms in STEM interventions.

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