Connect with your online audience using video


12-05-2016

Allia will be hosting a free workshop with Cambridge-based Little Dragon Films at Future Business Centre Cambridge on Thursday 26 May.

 

Allia will be welcoming Colin Ramsay of Little Dragon Films to host a workshop entitled “Connecting with your online audience using video” at the Future Business Centre on 26 May (10- 11.30am).

Anyone is welcome, registration is free of charge but spaces are limited and all attendees must be registered in advance. Register here or email Helen Harding-Male for more information.

There is no greater time to be using video for your business. Three hundred hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute and globally, video will represent 79% of all internet traffic by 2018. Having engaging video content drives you further up the Google rankings, generates leads and elevates you above your competition.  Moreover, having a video on your website boosts conversions and keeps your customers on your site for longer. In this interactive workshop we’ll take you through the basics to get you started with video.

  • Why video is such an engaging, creative and powerful marketing tool
  • Choosing the right types of video content for your business and your audience
  • What makes video content interesting, emotive, relevant and sharable
  • Video production on a budget and DIY video tools
  • Top 5 latest video trends and technologies
  • Video optimization – how do I get maximum exposure and shares for my video content?

How do I book?

Register here or email Helen Harding-Male for more information.

Space is strictly limited to 30 people. First come, first served.

 

About Colin Ramsay

Colin Ramsay is founder and director of Little Dragon Films based in Cambridge. He has a degree in Media Technology and a ten year corporate training background including five years spent working in China and Australia. He’s worked in many organisations with many different people and what always excites him are the stories that people tell. He believes every business has a unique story and video is the best way to share it with the world. He has created video content for the Salvation Army, Rosetta Stone, Bear Grylls, the NHS and the UN, alongside SMEs in Cambridge and London.

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