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October 19, 2022 @ 8:00 am - 9:15 am
Local videographer and owner of Beyond Words Productions, Jamie Perez, will lead a workshop on the value of video for your organization.
In the crowded world of the internet, it seems so daunting and impossible to stand out. Especially for startups and solopreneurs, how do you get noticed? Your services, products and skills are not necessarily unique. But your story is.
The art of video storytelling helps nonprofits and for profits share their stories and allows people to understand why they should care about YOU and your business. Everyone should be using video to help market themselves and share their emotive story, especially when video is how most people consume their information now and it’s the best way to reach a huge audience in a short amount of time. (The pandemic only highlighted the need and usefulness that video has).
Jamie Perez, local videographer and owner of Beyond Words Productions, will lead a workshop on the value of video for your organization. Because of Jamie’s ability to extract the emotion behind every story, she’s helped nonprofits raise hundreds of thousands of dollars, created videos to help organizations get grants, helped organizations share the untold story revealing the important “why” behind each business, and has helped businesses hire and retain valuable employees in a tough employment market.
You’ll walk away with a better understanding of how to tell your own story, how videos help boost SEO rankings, audience engagement on social media and more.
- How to find and tell your story.
- Tips to make a video that resonates.
- How to make your video more visible to more people by beating the social media algorithms.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER:
Jamie Perez is a videographer and storyteller at heart. After six years of being a TV News reporter, she decided to leave the career she thought she would be in forever. While she was able to leave news behind, she found herself unable to leave storytelling behind. Jamie is driven by emotional storytelling and has a passion for creating empathy through videos. Jamie has helped people raise hundreds of thousands of dollars through video and has helped businesses hire and retain employees in a difficult employment market.
When she doesn’t have a camera in her hands, you can find her reading, writing, singing, crafting, cooking, hiking, traveling or teaching pole dancing classes on the side.
LOCATION: Virtual – LIVE on the Social Media Breakfast Facebook Page
- Melissa Carlson Creative
- Hey Allie
- Live Well Video
- Minuteman Press
- Talent CPA
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