If youre considering including a video into your marketing strategy, perhaps it is an explainer video that you can put on your website to explain your product quickly and effectively, a testimonial video which will give examples of people you have worked with or even a viral video which you hope will really raise the profile of your company through social media strategy, it can sometimes be really difficult to initially choose which video production company to use especially if you have no experience in this field.
There are a number of ways which you can separate the good from the bad however, and this article details just how you can find the best video production company in Norfolk.
The first decision to make is whether to go for a large national company or stick with a local smaller company of which there are many in Norfolk. There are advantages and disadvantages to both options. If you decide to go with a smaller company you will often find that you have your own account manager who acts very much as your sole point of contact whereas in a larger company the person you are dealing directly with may not be the same person who actually shoots the footage. Often finding a reputable small company is the best way to go and also helps to support local businesses.
The choice of business is also, of course, directly related to how much money you are planning to spend and often as the companies get larger they are also more expensive. For this reason Id suggest getting an array of quotes which cover the whole process, not just the filming but editing and project management to avoid any pricing issues later down the line.
Bearing in mind the local aspect to a Norfolk video production company, if your company is also based in the are they may well be able to relate to your organisation a little bit better, and especially if you want to feature an aspect of Norfolk in your video a locally based company would certainly have the best ideas of how this could be built in.
Finally make sure youve seen some testimonials and casestudies from the company you end up choosing. This way you know the quality of their work, and also which areas they specialise in.