Don’t know where to get started with video?
Here at Red Book Productions we help in three main areas:
Are you considering making your own videos?
Shooting your own videos is now a viable option for any business no matter what the size. It used to be that a video production company would have to create every single video for a businesses. But with the huge leaps in technology over the past few years, the actual task of filming and making your own videos is a reality. Read more…
Would you prefer someone to make the videos for you?
Producing videos is quickly becoming the best way to communicate with your audience and customers. It’s perfect at making your business recognisable. That’s where we come in.
Just looking for advice?
Looking at where to get started with video is sometimes a confusing process. That’s probably why you’re on this page. A number of people we work with want some advice because you they either have a low budget or you have an house team that they’d like us to teach. Read more…
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Red Book Productions is a video production company based in Andover, Hampshire. Helping businesses throughout the UK we love to make creative videos that help them stand out and get noticed.
We know that when using video it’s important to measure the results that why we work with businesses who are ambitious and want to make a difference. It’s no use making a video and leaving it on your website gathering dust, here at Red Book we want to work with you to smash targets, build trust with your viewers online and turn those causal viewers into paying customers and fans that rave about what you do.
Percentage of all mobile traffic, to online videos
How many business execs watch work-related video each week
Percentage of senior executives who will choose video over text on a page - even if it is on the same topic