Staying Current

Do you already have a video on your website? Good. Awesome. Thank you for listening to what I blog here.

So, how old is your video? A year? Two years? Five?

Chances are, your video may be outdated. If your video is over a year old, go watch it. See if there’s been any changes. Have you changed your logo, your services, or even the CEO? You probably want to update it to reflect those changes.

A video on your website should reflect the current state of your business. Most likely, it has grown, and there are more and better services that you want to exhibit to customers. Also, there may have been things in the world that have changed since your video was created. If your video is outdated, please consider updating it to be more current. Your customers will be more interested in something current, than something outdated.

Need to update your video? I can help.

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What am I doing here?

Well, if you are an indie filmmaker, a film student, or just someone who bought a fancy camera and wants to know what to do with it, you are in the right place.

If you’re an established filmmaker or someone else in the industry, you’re also in the right place.

If you’re looking for Pokemon fan fiction you aren’t in the right place. How did you get in here anyway?

Essentially, the purpose of my blog here is to document my experiences at a filmmaker, in hopes that others can learn from some of them.

Do browse around. And check back often! I’ll be making posts quite often. Some helpful, some hilarious.

Trevor