Impressing your customer with a product is not an easy task, especially today’s customers who are very discern. Customers want to know the product in and out before buying them. All of that is possible with a product video, not only giving all information about the product and impressing the customer, but also creates an image for your business.
The product videos not only are for your customer, but also fulfill your business needs. For instance, an Induction video can give a clear and transparent introduction to the product. And product demo videos gives step by step demonstration of the product, like a live demo. And moreover you can also present a sales video, showing the sales record of the product, which will help you improve the performance of the product or even boost up your sales.
Cinimage Studios has evolved as a cutting-edge Design and Technology Solution provider by setting a new benchmark in effective Corporate Solution in marketing and communications.
Let's all give a warm welcome to Cinimage, who has been a trusted member of the Creative Cow's community since yesterday.
To you the potential client of Cinimage, I would like to offer you a free professional comunications consultancy service that makes sure that your product will not offend your peers and that the message will be that of enticing your customer to call you.
Re: Show casing - Product Videos by Mark Suszko on Oct 15, 2012 at 3:10:29 pm
Because of the multiple grammatical errors, I assumed the studio was in Nigeria. First impressions are so important, that it pays to have a truly professional translator compose your copy, whatever the target language.
Re: Show casing - Product Videos by Mark Suszko on Oct 17, 2012 at 7:35:47 pm
Just the other day, a I followed a link to some pretty slick-looking aftereffects template projects for sale. They looked pretty good, but at least two of the demos had blatant typos in the text areas. What's with that? You kill yourself to build this nice-looking demo, then don't take the time to spell-check words like "Breaking News"? I guess it does happen occasionally that you spend so much time going over a piece of work so many times, errors can become invisible to you. That's why you get a second pair of eyes to double-check your work.
Re: Show casing - Product Videos by Joseph W. Bourke on Oct 18, 2012 at 2:19:44 am
You're right, Mark. The best advice I ever got for proof-reading was from an old timer who worked in the print business. He told me that he always read the copy backwards (that is from right to left). In that way, since the sentence didn't make sense, every word stood out starkly. It really works.