Three Kinds of Online Videos Your Business Can Shoot During Your Gearshift Rental

You’ve booked studio time, or you are just about ready to do so, but now what? What kinds of online videos are you going to make during your time in the video studio? What types of videos are going to get the attention of your potential clients and customers, and—more importantly—turn those potential clients and customers into paying clients and customers?

Three Types of Videos to Consider for Your Metro D.C. Business

There is no one topic that is right for all types of Washington D.C. and Northern Virginia businesses. Luckily, just a few hours in a Fairfax video production studio can allow you to produce dozens of high-quality videos on a variety of topics.

As you sit down to create a list of topics that you want to cover in your video studio rental time, it is important to consider the following types of videos:

  • How-to videos. Everyone loves to learn how to do something step by step. If there is something relevant to your clientele that you can explain as a step-by-step process, then that may be beneficial to your business.
  • Demonstration videos. If you have a product or service that you can demonstrate, then that might make it easier to understand for your potential customers and clients, and it might help them see why they can’t live without it.
  • Explaining a complicated or trade-specific idea in layman’s terms. Help your clientele understand that accounting principle, new law, medical term, hair color secret, or other idea in a way that is easily grasped by non-experts in the field.

Of course, you might have other great ideas based on your unique business that can be translated into exciting videos that attract the attention of potential customers and may even go viral.

Call Gearshift to Book a Studio Rental

If you are ready to get started, or if you have questions that we can answer, then please call our Fairfax video production specialists today at at 703-962-1270. We also invite you to read our FREE book, Nine Nifty Tips for Effective Video Clips by Jim Folliard, for more ideas about creating great video content.

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