1. A reference video is a great place to start
The best way to give us an idea of what you are after is to give us a point of reference. Remember this does not mean that we will make a copycat of what you will show us. It just gives us a good benchmark for style and quality.
2. Share your video budget
Every business has a budget for producing a video and yet most businesses are reluctant to share budget figures hoping they will get a better deal if they don’t disclose anything. You will always get better results when you say: “Here’s my budget for this video, here are my objectives, what can you do for me?” If you don’t declare a budget we will have to guess your budget and, given the many variables that come with producing a video, you will get budgets that differ enormously. Remember each company sets different benchmarks when it comes to producing great content. Think of it like this: “Do you want the company that guesses closest to your undeclared budget to win? Or would you rather be able to put cost aside and focus on choosing which company comes up with the best idea?”
3. Be open-minded about your video
Take time to listen to alternative approaches despite having been given a script, a style and a creative approach. Making a video is an organic process and ideas can come up along the way. We are here to help and guide you. So if you hire us, take full advantage of our expertise and experience. You would be foolish not too!