Increase Marketing Reach Without Increasing Budget
The pandemic has been devastating for so, so many and we will all be experiencing the effects for years to come. It’s common and understandable to feel small and powerless against the prevailing conditions. But as we look forward, some things are cloudy, yet we know that there will be a new normal.
Marketing, sales, and training have had projects put on hold while revenue has been uncertain. What we do know is that we will have our work cut out for us when it’s time to get back on track and try to make up for lost time and opportunities.
Our mission at AutoNetTV Production is to create videos and other digital tools to support our clients’ marketing and other communication needs. As we talk with our clients, they are very concerned about how they will be able to get 10 months’ worth of work done in half that time once projects are able to resume. And they know that budgets are likely to be reduced at the same time.
We share the same concerns, wanting to help clients get the assets they need when they need them while staying within their budget constraints.
We’ve brought together our best budget-saving tricks and will share them in a series of webinars over the spring and summer. We will look at every aspect of video/digital production and share not only cost-saving tips but our best practices as well.
We’ll also explore what you can do now to prepare for the day when the green light comes on and you can start executing. This kind of preparation is what will make the difference between saving the day and disappointing your anxious stakeholders.
Imagine what it will feel like the day you get the memo that your projects are back on. It could be utter panic. Or it could be opening up your well-documented plans, presenting them to your internal clients, and watching their blood pressure go down as they realize you’ve got this.
So please join us for this series of 30-minute webinars. Expect expert tips, planning documents, and a chance to see how Shawn’s mustache is progressing. We’ll email details shortly, or contact Shawn Bird (sbird@AutoNetTV.com) if you want to talk about your concerns and opportunities right away.
All we ask is that, before the webinar presentation, you change from your nighttime jammies to your daytime jammies.