You can approach your corporate videos differently. You can be serious, formal, casual, funny, and inspiring… or, you can be all of these at the same time. The right approach will make your Tampa video production more effective. What’s important to remember is to convey the right impression to your audience. Do you want to make them laugh? Do you want them to sit up and notice your video? Do you want to inspire them?

Main Message

What do you want your audience to know about your company? If, for example, you want them to know about a recent award that you received, you can talk about the significance of that award. You can even show how many awards you have won in the past years.

Do you know what your audience doesn’t care to know? The statistics that led the award-giving body to give you the award. It’s enough for your audience to know that an organization recognized your company. What led them to that decision isn’t something that your audience will want to hear. That’s for an internal corporate video. Certainly, it isn’t something you have to post on your social media accounts.

Bare Essentials

When it comes to Tampa video production, here’s a simple line to remember: don’t try too hard. That goes for both the script, visuals, and audio. Elements that don’t really add to the message you are trying to convey will just be distractions. They won’t contribute to making your message clearer and more precise.

You don’t want to be overly enthusiastic. The audience hates that most especially. You will appear as fake to your viewers. No company wants to convey that kind of message.

Corporate Jargon

Avoid having to use corporate jargon. It’s called that because nobody understands it but those working for you. Some examples of corporate jargon are world-class, state-of-the-art, and one-of-a-kind. Yes, your audience knows what these means, but they don’t understand them in the context that you’re saying them. Stick to simple sentences because these are a waste of words. They don’t add anything to the Tampa video production.

The trick to creating an effective corporate video is to focus on your audience. What do you want to tell them? Create a video that will resonate with your audience. Stop trying to impress them with animation and graphics. Make your messages clear. This is a video, so show them the benefits of your products. That alone will keep your viewers interested.