When your client asks for video revisions the first time, you are excited because you know you are close to completing the project - and getting PAID.
But, after the first round of revision, you client sends your a longer list of revision request and you are are like WTF! Why didn't he/she spot these issues the first time I shared the video?
Considering that it may take you 1 day to find a suitable freelancer to take over the project, having them understand the presentation style, idea and so forth will take you another 1-2 days. He/she will have to send you their version then you review it before sending it to the client.
Now, let's say you meet a client online and he/she has the video script but is clueless on how to visualize script into a self explanatory video. Additionally, the client is not willing to appear on video or is working on a tight budget thus can't pay for a shoot. How will you advise him or her after you have looked at the script? Will you dismiss and say you cannot think of anything?
Any freelancer with proven track record will tell you that they regularly get requests from both past and new clients to work on a project within a very short timeline-in fact, it's the client who sets the timeline.
When this happens, the client will offer to pay you more to complete the project. But not all of these clients will mention this when making their request, and if you are naive, you will accept the project and charge them your regular rates.
Most people don't take subtitles seriously when working on a videos intended for publishing on Youtube. But did you know that youtube captions or subtitles can increase the chances of your video being found on youtube? Also, did you know that this can increase your chances of getting business especially if you are a freelancer as
how do you make yourself stand out from others in this competitive industry and command a bigger pay-especially when proposing? Well you have to be creative enough to show your prospect that you are organized.
If you are a voice over artist and wishes to improve your rate of winning clients online and getting highly paid- pay close attention to this post as I will be addressing what the clients looks into before hiring a professional voice over artist.
Now, if you are video editor and your NEW clients have never requested for an Ultra high definition (UHD) 4K video, then you probably have no idea why you should invest in a 27 Inch monitor/computer or higher.
Every year, there is a software Upgrade in video production which in many ways makes the existing software obsolete. Some feature upgrades may sound basic but very crucial for you to remain relevant in the market as a video producer.
If you are a seasoned video editor or producer, am sure you are aware of what I am about to talk about. But if you are a newbie or a client intending to hire someone to produce videos for you, then you might be the right person to read this article.