Video has become a powerful marketing tool & one of the most requested topics for us to cover in our next workshop series.
We will cover in this one hour workshop:
DIY or Hire it Out? Pros & Cons of deciding which route to go
Tools to use to film: DSLR & iPhone, tripods, lighting, microphones: what to use to film your videos
Editing: How to make your video look professional & what tools to use
Content: What kind of videos should you create? How do you tell a compelling story?
Platforms: Facebook, Instagram & YouTube: Differences & benefits of each & how to market your video and get the most views & conversion
Ads: Utilizing Instagram & Facebook Ads with Videos
About the Speaker: Jenna Redfield is the director of the Twin Cities Collective. A video junkie since birth, she taught herself to edit videos for YouTube at 15 and eventually attended college for video production, specifically editing. She attended film school in Los Angeles and started her first business filming weddings. With a background also in social media, she has used video to create content for her audience & has given many presentations on the topic of YouTube.
About the location: Harriet Place is a brand new event center very close to Lake Harriet in South Minneapolis. There are two parking lots plus free street parking. Snacks will be served.
Donation Ticket: If you would like to support a local video non-profit, we would like to raise money for the Reel Hope Project. The additional donation money ($5) for each of the donation ticket for that will be sent to support this amazing organization that creates videos that highlight kids in the foster care system who are hoping to be adopted. Learn more about them at https://www.thereelhopeproject.org/
30 people max for this event.
7:30-8:00-Q & A
Can't wait to see you on October 1st!