VIDEO MOVES THE NEEDLE
WHEN YOU BACK IT UP WITH A PLAN
STEP 1: QUICK CHAT
We value your time, so before we jump into working together, we like to take 15 minutes to connect about your video goals to confirm we’re a good fit.
STEP 2: STORY SKETCH
You can’t develop quality content without first having a plan for what you want it to achieve, so it’s the first thing we do on every project. The Story Sketch is a deep-dive session where we work through your organization’s video marketing goals, current strategic growth plan, and ideal clients to identify the best content strategy and distribution channels for optimal performance.
After our 90-minute session, you’ll get a report with recommendations specific to your organization. In preparation for our signature Video Multiplier process, it visually maps out how to use multiple pieces of content to connect with prospects at various stages of the funnel. We’ll follow up with a 30-minute call to cover any questions. $750
*If the Story Sketch uncovers a gap in communicating a uniquely branded service offering, you might not be ready for a video investment. Our Brand Messaging Service would be the next right step. Video is an expensive investment and we want you to get the best return on your investment. If a message isn’t clear, a video will never convert.
STEP 3: VIDEO MULTIPLIER
Once you complete the Story Sketch, you have a solid game plan to move into one of our Video Multiplier packages. Our signature process helps marketers make the most of their budgets by multiplying the content that can be captured in a single shoot, whether at our Columbus studio or at your location.
Our packages come in three sizes, and what you paid for the Story Sketch will be applied to the cost of the video multiplier package should you decide to move forward.
“Video Story Studio helped us move from concept to finished product, guiding us through a creative process to create a video that exceeded my expectations. We will use them on future projects and believe they can help your organizations, too.”