Hencar’s Favorite Blog Posts of 2015

We hope you’re enjoying the holidays so far. As we all get ready to ring in a new year, we wanted to take a look back at some of our favorite blog posts of 2015. It’s been an amazing year of growth here at Hencar. For those of you who participated in that, our thanks and our hope that you’ve gotten as much out of the process as we have. For those who have yet to jump on board, make those reservations soon! Our dance card for 2016 is already filling up, but if you’re ready to see how much a quality video can do for you, there’s till time to give us a call. In the meantime, here are some of our best tips and insights from 2015. Stay tuned for a new round in the new year!

        1. Video is a big investment, so be sure you understand the Ways To Get The Most Out Of Your Video On Your Website.

        2. The buck stops here. Where exactly is here? Find out the Key Factors That Could Impact Your Video’s Budget.

        3. Zombie attacks, promiscuous pickles, and babies-in-a-jar. Sound like a a weekend marathon on the Syfy channel? Nope. It’s what happens when your video gets Lost In Translation.

        4. Storyboarding is one of the most critical stages in the pre-production process. Here are some tips for getting the most out of this step.

        5. Getting funding, getting a place to air the final product, getting the go-ahead to even start the project. All of these are reasons you should understand the ins and outs of Pitching Your Video.

          How do you sell your video? Make sure you have a perfect pitch

          How do you sell your video? Make sure you have a perfect pitch

        6. It’s your vision. But are you the best person to decide how it should come to life? See who needs to have The Final Word on your video’s script.
        7. Who’s the face of your video? A big and important question. Choosing a spokesperson can be tricky, but this blog post can help you out.

        8. So you’re the one who’s going to be on camera? Here are some tips to help you be your best when the director shouts “Action!”

        9. If the Devil’s in the details, the guardian angels are in those little extra bits you take the time to work on. Like b-roll. But be sure you know the best approach for Production Scheduling when it comes time to shoot that b-roll.

        10. And last, but absolutely not least, you want to make sure you’re working with the right production company. So be familiar with these 7 Signs Your Video Production Company Values You.


Make sure you leave enough time to get the needed b-roll

These are just a few of our favorite posts from 2015. You can check out the rest on Hencar’s blog page. And make sure you keep coming back in 2016 for more advice on making video work for you.