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12 Burning Questions Every Marketer Wants to Know About Video

Video marketing is taking over the content world. Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we get to help you build a winning video marketing plan.

You’ve got questions. We’ve got answers.

We’ve collected questions from hundreds of marketers and noticed many common questions, challenges and concerns when it comes to video marketing. Listen to Ed Heil for a 45-minute video marketing crash course that will answer many of the common video questions we hear from marketers like you.

In this on-demand webinar, you will get the answers to these common video questions:

  • What drives the cost of a video project?
  • Is there a rule of thumb for video based on the cost per minute? Does the length of the video impact the cost?
  • How can I minimize the cost of a video project?
  • Is there a benefit to doing a full day shoot vs. 2 half day shoots?
  • My video is only two minutes. Why does it take companies so long to turn around a typical video project?
  • How do I create a viral video?
  • When is the right time to produce an explainer video?
  • What is the difference between a branded video and a branded story?
  • What are the essential ingredients to producing a “shareable” story?
  • What is the optimum way to host a video?
  • What makes a video ideal for social media? 

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About the Presenter | Ed HeilEDHeilSTMC.png

Ed Heil brings more than 20 years of expertise in video production, audience alignment, media relations and more. Ed is the owner and founder of StoryTeller Media + Communications, an inbound marketing agency in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Ed started StoryTeller in 2005 after 12 years in television news where he was a sports reporter and anchor in Minnesota and South Carolina.