LEARN TO MAKE VIDEO WORK FOR YOUR BUSINESS - FAST !
Time is short. Your potential customers don't have enough of it to read about how great your product or service is. In today's digital age, they want quick, easily-accessible information, they want video. So if you want more customers, if you want to grow your business, you can't afford to ignore video any longer.
How to Get Video Right Book
‘How to Get Video Right.' It’s a definitive and incredibly easy-to-understand blueprint that will empower everyone from sole-proprietorships to global conglomerates to take video seriously, factor it into their marketing plans – and thrive.
Confidence on Camera
For most of us, we don't like being on camera; the way we look and sound. What to say. What will people think of me? This activity takes us way out of our comfort zone. This mini-course will conquer your fear of the camera.
Get Visible with Video
Video is essential for any business that wants to stay current. It's an investment that will most definitely pay off if executed well. This in-depth course will take you through all you need to know about creating engaging consistent video content.
Idea to Screen
Taking your Idea and putting it on Screen: From content creation to audience participation
You’ve got an idea, and you’ve got a camera. You know you need to produce video for both your customers and your team.
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Who is Simon Banks?
Simon Banks has over 30 year’s experience in the media industries and he is passionate about all things video.
He is a video strategist and producer. His background is in broadcast as a DOP (Director of Photography) on documentaries for the likes of BBC, ITV, CH4, and National Geographic. For the last 15 years, he has produced 1,000's of videos for 100's companies. Working with brand names like Morgan Stanley, Roche, Novartis, Tui Travel, UNICEF, and Sony.
Simon is all about supporting business owners and entrepreneurs making effective video content without breaking the bank or taking up tons of their time.
Need some help or have a question? Email Simon