Manage Your Team, and Answer Important Questions While You Travel
The other benefit here is that you can be in several places at once. I bet you wish you could clone yourself so that you can be everywhere at the same time. With telegenic devices, you are able to be in multiple locations, which can save you time and money.
HR Professionals are finding these assets invaluable to effectively inform their troops and train their employees on important factors such as safety, company policies and procedures. The same message is given each time to each individual, allowing more control over the communiqué distributed among the new and existing hires.
While any of these types of television programs would be effective and work, here are some more advanced ideas for the use of video in communicating to your present crowd. Use a thumbnail video in your email signature. This could be a general message from the CEO, President or possibly an HR Supervisor.
One of the best devices that I've seen this used with is a USB stick. Placing your corporate mini movie on this type of device is sure to get people interested in what's on it. We can't help but be curious when a gadget is in the palm of our hands.
What's the best way to get started by utilizing these simulcast luxuries? This would be some solid hypothesis; Ask the people that have the most questions directed to them at your company. Have them write up to 10 topics that these videos could address. Do this with the answers to those questions, and Voila!, you have a script created for your first production.
Next, decide who will be your audience. Directly address them individually or within the group. Make the dialogue interesting, as if you were right there in the same room—because technically you are.
If a picture is worth a 1,000 words, then an effective direct marketing sales conversion video can be worth 10,000. Online Video Marketing Deep Dive shows how fusing direct marketing with video marketing delivers sales. As technology has driven fundamental changes in direct marketing,
Eve Grey has been in the film industry for over 20 years as both an actress and a film maker. She currently works as a Producer and Director for one of the leading automotive advertising firms in the country. Eve also is one of the featured bloggers for Herman Advertising and 12 Grove Productions in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Eve studied comedy at the 2nd City in Detroit in 1999 and spent 4 years studying acting at the Actors Workshop in Royal Oak, Michigan. She is also an Automotive Sales Veteran and has a degree in Human Service from University of Phoenix. Miss Grey is also a board member for American Advertising Federation in the Fort Lauderdale chapter. In her spare time she works on a television show in development called "Families of Deployment".