Mobile + Speedy Kwik + Fun = Better Odds
Huh? Better odds of what?
Better odds that your brief video will be shared friend-to-friend via social media.
And isn’t this something you’d love to see happen?
Especially if your video featured a captivating invitation to your prospective 2014 kindergarten families?
With a general idea for a concept, some creativity, and an outline sketched out on a storyboard, I’m sure you can get your own school video project in motion fairly soon.
Me? I need more time.
More time to look over some of the videos that are already out there… and time enough to adjack (er, borrow) a concept from one of them that holds promise.
Fast Company magazine recently posted this article highlighting a few of the “best & boldest” six-second Vine videos.
The videos cover the range, from a TD scoring coffee drink from Dunkin’ Donuts to an Airbnb vignette that imaginatively pieces together more than 40 six second videos – with some of them recorded by actual Airbnb customers.
I hope you’re able to check these out.
The short video format offers an intriguing one for schools.
We can show off our creative juices within a set compacted timeframe that won’t bust even the smallest marketing budget.
I like the contest and engagement potential as well.
Anytime we can inspire others to perform the labor, count me in!
My only regret is that this Twitter-owned Vine video app was not around back in my high school varsity basketball days.
Since I was the bench-warming 10th man on a 10 player team, it would’ve taken only one six-second Vine video to capture my entire career on the court. Honestly.
But boy, would I have tweeted this baby out to the world!