As a closing note on our sales video series, here is one that N5R.com produced for Trump International Hotel & Tower, Toronto. It epitomizes our entire philosophy about effective emotional marketing and sales video production.
What follows is a corporate video that N5R.com produced for Design Solutions. It's a little over two minutes long and keeps to our sales video philosophy. It moves quickly, shows you examples of the custom-designed products being sold, and shows you the person behind the enterprise. It gives you facts as well as feelings.
Our sales video series resumes with a look at what N5R.com did for Rain Condominiums in Oakville, an Empire community. The video adheres to previously mentioned rules--it shows furnished interiors and uses maps to reveal the surrounding neighbourhood. It also shows you an interview with the man behind the development, and it makes use of music and raindrops to create a feeling. Great ads need real emotional content. Both sides of the brain, logical and emotional, need some attention paid to them.
Our sales video series continues with a number that N5R.com produced for Lamb Developments Theatre Park. Last time, we covered the point of telling a story and showing prospects what a fully furnished interior looks like. This time, I want you to pay attention to the exterior shots. Not only are viewers shown the building, but the neighbourhood. When selling a condo, one of the most important things to do is sell the neighbourhood.
Our series of video examples continues with Lamb Developments The King Charlotte. Watch this closely and consider the finer points of selling a condo with a video, because similar rules should apply for static ads as well. The very first thing you see is a furnished room, not a floor plan or building exterior shot. Why? Because your buyers want to imagine what it's like to live in this condo. An effective sales video visually tells such a story.
In today's marketing world, you can't beat a great professional sales video. You can buy an HD camera for under $500 and put a simple recording on Youtube, the second most popular search engine in the world (behind Google, which owns and indexes it). If you pull out all the stops, this is the caliber of sales video you can expect. The only thing to do next is make sure the video circulates: social media, fan pages, blogs like this one.