Visual storytelling: The great brand equalizer
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How many articles have you read telling you video and visual storytelling is the single most effective way to grow and retain a loyal audience? Hundreds? THOUSANDS? But you can’t just hit record and expect results. Acquiring and retaining an audience using video takes skill, strategy, timing, creativity, and yes, money. But you don’t have to be a massive corporation with unlimited resources. In this session, you’ll get a crash course on where to start (or how to fix) your video storytelling and why it’s the little details that really endear you to an audience.
- The five key elements that make your video resonate with an audience
- Formats, timing and trends: social platform best practices
- Why the trend of full-scale “pivoting to video” will end in brand heartache
Justin Allen is head of production and video strategy for Ragan Consulting Group. He is a Chicago-based content strategist, writer, filmmaker, producer and entrepreneur. Most recently, he was VP of Creative & Production of ZMG / Ruckus Factory, a New York + Chicago digital video production studio, of which he is also a founder, where his team produced more than 1,500 short form custom news and entertainment videos per month, netting more than 100 million views per month. Previously, Justin was head of content at TouchVision, an executive producer and showrunner at Tribune Media, as well as a regular speaker and consultant with Ragan Communications. He has created news, feature, documentary and comedy digital content and TV shows that were (and still are) syndicated nationally on CBS, FOX, NBC, the CW, the Huffington Post, Yahoo!, the Chicago Sun-Times, The Associated Press and many others.