Talking Head Video
What is a Talking Head Video?
A Talking Head video is an opportunity to make a great first impression with your potential clients. Talking Head Video gives you the ability to introduce yourself “face-to-face” to viewers, giving them a sense of who you are and what product(s) or service(s) your company has to offer. Start building a relationship with potential clients, and they are much more likely to contact and do business with a person that they feel they already know and trust.
Talking Head Video Uses
Publicity: Talking Head Video lets you meet more people. Let customers see your face and hear your voice, even when you are not in your office. Web videos are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Gaining Trust: As your customers get to know you, they will begin to trust you.
Standing Out: There is no better time to let new customers know how you do business and what makes your company or product unique.
Make an Offer: An enticing offer is often a good way to secure a new client.
Education: Use your “face-time” as a teachable moment for future clients by answering common questions about your product or service.
Creating an Effective Talking Head Video
1 – Introduce yourself in a positive way to make the best possible first impression. This is the first time you are going to “meet” many future customers and you want to instill their confidence not just in your product or service, but in you personally.
2 – Answer a frequently asked question. You have probably noticed a particular question or concern raised by many new clients when they initially contact you. Take time to briefly address it here. When you help a potential client it builds trust and proves that you know what you are talking about.
3 – Educating the client is key. The more you are able to educate a potential client about your product or service, the more they will see its value. This will reduce or eliminate the need to “sell” clients on the product or service.
4 – Practice makes perfect. Know what you want to say in your Talking Head Video and say it with both sincerity and confidence. Many people are not comfortable in front of a camera right away, so the more you practice, the better your final video will be.
5 – Be concise. Brevity is important with Internet videos. An average viewer rarely watches for much longer than a minute. So, it is important to get your message out quickly.
- 30-minute shoot
- Interview recording
- 15-20 minute interview
- Studio lighting
- Lav-mic with a digital recorder
- 4K UHD Video Recording
- Two-camera setup
- Shot with GH5 & GX85
- Environmental background
- Create talking head style video
- 90 seconds in length
- Edit video, graphics, and audio
- Custom motion graphics
- Stock music
- YouTube upload/optimization
- Including transcripts/subtitles
- 1,000 Guaranteed Views