Video marketing can be one of the most effective ways for a business to increase interaction and promote engagement with their customers.

Whether encouraging a higher click through rate from ads, eliciting more engagement with your audience, or simply communicating information, a high quality video can do wonders.

High quality videos doesn’t have to mean high filming costs, below are some examples of videos that I’ve made with content sourced from clients existing libraries.

Social engagement

A promotional video commissioned by History SA to thank all of their online followers in 2016.

The short video featured selected highlights from Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, covering all of History SA’s museums + South Australia’s History Festival.

Services & Portfolio showcase

A video I produced for Digital Barn to celebrate the business’ birthday, showcasing the wide variety of projects I’d worked on in the past two years.

Product marketing

A short video produced for a social marketing campaign, highlighting some of BrainHackr’s key product areas and showing the wide range of fun products.

Static content

Don’t give up just because you don’t have fancy video footage to work with. Even photos and text can be put together quite nicely to promote new websites or products.

Below is a video produced for the SA Maritime Museum’s new website, Passengers in History. The video featured during the launch, and was promoted on social media channels to promote the new site.