This video continues in the tradition of the one we looked at yesterday. I am not normally a fan of using building photos as the primary way to sell condos, but this is a big exception. Absolute Towers creates one-of-a-kind structures that people stop to take pictures of. At the same time, as you will see, the video does not stop there. It continues to follow the N5R.com sales video philosophy. What it does especially well is tell a story. It tells the story of how this and other Absolute Towers projects came to be.
This stylish and visually engaging production follows all of the rules previously established in this sales video series. It sells the neighbourhood, it shows the person behind it and his vision, it helps the prospect imagine what it would be like to live there--it sells a lifestyle. What it also does from a company perspective is, using the ticker and text, it connects the viewer to social media. If there is anything as important as creating a great sales video, it's cross-promoting it across all available social media channels. That is where people are looking and spending their time online today. That is where you will reach leads and begin converting them into buyers.
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.
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