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Kristian Altuve

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We know video is important in Marketing Land today, we’ve covered it before in the podcast. And everyone seems to be a video content producer or at least is attempting to be one. So it’s time to revisit and get some actionable insights into how good video content is put together.

Kristian Altuve is the owner and Creative Director of Zero Degree Story. Kristian helps people tell their story through cinematic videos that convert strangers into super fans with the right mix of logic, emotion, and storytelling (putting method behind and in front of the camera).

It is thought that 72% of consumers prefer video to learn about a product or service (Wyzowl), so it really is time to take this seriously and Kristain doesn’t just leave it at the video production, it’s the whole package – especially post-production, something we all forget as our carefully curated videos just sit there along with all the cats in hats doing zip all to help your business!

In this episode we run through Kristian’s process for turning strangers into super fans, including;
1 – Research & Strategy
2 – Developing a Message
3 – Launching and Scaling
Plus, getting the right balance of story and meaningful content

But first, a question I ask everyone (determines if we become friends or not to be honest), Kristian, what’s your favourite Pixar movie?

Watch the episode video:

Top Tip
Regardless of what you are doing, it all starts with your customers! So talk to them. They may become the voice you never knew you needed within your organisation. After all, they are whom we seek to serve isn’t it? And if it isn’t, why the hell are you in business?

Favourite Quote
‘I think it comes down to the psychology of emotion and logic. We rationalise with logic, but we ultimately make an emotional decision’ So when creating video content, just think about how you can make that emotional connection, yet maintain that logical communication that is easy to rationalise.

And Finally, the Most Important Takeaway from this Episode
In an era of free media, it is so important to remember that these platforms are there to make money…. From advertising, so paying to increase your reach, boost your awareness, can act as a springboard for your video content. Don’t ignore it and think that people will just find it. You need to put as much work into the distribution as you do the creation.

Music Featured on this Podcast:
Sleepy in the Garden
Lobo Loco www.musikbrause.de
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