In today's video, March's Brendan Reilly talks about why the focus of your video content should be on quality, not virality.
In today’s video, I discuss balancing the two and using a few techniques to make videos feel a bit more cinematic, upping the perceived production value and visual appeal of your content. The end result is that your audience is both entertained/engaged and informed, making them much more likely to keep coming back for more.
Brendan Reilly on what it takes to produce interesting, creative corporate videos that don't bore your customers to tears.
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