Kokopelli Pictures strives to use our marketing expertise to maximize the value of the videos we create. The best videos are far more than visually appealing—they have a well-designed script, are tailored to a specific purpose, and have a strategy for distribution. Because Kokopelli Pictures has a diverse marketing background, we can create videos which will add value for your organization. Our video production services can help educate an audience, increase sales, drive interest in a product, and change minds.
Since we are a full-service marketing company and can do everything in-house, our videos are both a great value and extremely effective. We’ve created everything from documentaries to fundraising campaign videos to product videos.
As a company, we provide honesty, responsiveness, and a dedication to learning about your company. We listen closely, learn fiercely, and work tirelessly to add value for your organization. No matter the size of your account, at Kokopelli Pictures you are treated with the premium service you’d expect when making an investment into growing your business.
Video is extremely engaging and can be an incredibly effective. But not all video is created the same. Let Kokopelli Pictures help guide you through the ever-changing digital landscape. Contact us today to see how we can help you reach your objectives.
Why Invest In Video?
- YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world. (Animoto, 2015)
- 4X as many customers would rather watch a video about a product than read about it. (Google, 2016)
- Almost 50% of internet users look for videos related to a product or service before visiting a store. (Google, 2015)
- 53% of smartphone users feel more favorable towards companies whose mobile sites or apps provide instructional video content. (Hubspot)
- 4 in 5 consumers believe that demo videos are helpful. (Hubspot)
- Shoppers who view video are 180% more likely to purchase than non-viewers. (Animoto, 2015)
- Marketers who use video grow revenue 49% faster than non-video users. (Aberdeen, 2015)