A corporate video can serve many different purposes, from telling the story of your brand to getting your customers excited about what the future will bring. When you choose a professional video production firm like TalkingTree Creative for your next corporate video project, it’s important to have a clear vision for what you want your video to achieve. Here are four rules to help guide you in the right direction before shooting your next corporate… Read More
Archive for April, 2017
In recent years, event production has grown beyond the typical audio-visual experience. Of course, monitors, microphones, and lighting still play an important part in producing a great event, but new production trends are growing as quickly as the technology develops. It can be used to realize just about any idea from creating big visuals to providing useful information to your event attendees. Three production trends, in particular, have really taken off so far this year.
Last week we discussed some of the ways you could convert your event website visitors into paying ticket buyers. All of the best practices listed there are essential for drawing in a potential event audience and driving up revenues. But suppose some of your potential event attendees are on the fence about buying a ticket. How do you nudge them towards attending your event? Retargeting is a fantastic method to utilize which most event planners… Read More
Let’s face it, we all have to speak in front of an audience at some point in our lives. It could be anything from making a toast at a wedding, speaking up at your next office meeting, or you could be asked to present onstage at a live event. At TalkingTree, we work with presenters of all skill levels on a day-to-day basis. We encourage that each and every one of our talented performers take a few pointers from Carol Westcott’s Top… Read More
We’ve talked before about how important your content is to the success of your events. Creating audience-centric content is the key to creating momentum for your event and increasing attendance from year to year. Once you’ve caught the eye of potential attendees for your event, you’ll need to have a strategy for converting them into paying ticket buyers. Higher conversion rates mean higher revenues and happier clients! Lower your bounce rates and get those site… Read More