People love watching videos and are much more inclined to listen to your message if the video is entertaining. So for my latest e-video, I wanted to come back strong after taking a few months off. Keep the entertainment factor high while sneaking in some well-placed (but still shameless) self-promotion. I mean, if I didn’t at least try to let everyone know what a wonderfully creative video production company we are, what good would it be? Right?
With the recent string of successful South Florida film screenings of my award-winning Miami hip-hop documentary film “P.A.T.H.“, I decided to write a “rap” and “kick it” to my viewers. That is until my 12-year-old daughter Miranda took me to school with the help of Miami hip-hop artist Brimstone127. Here’s what went down:
Word up. Dawg
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Really cute, lets make a movie! wanna go to some farms, wanna get your feet dirty??
That was SO amazing! I loved it! You are hilarious! So sad we didn’t get to officially meet in Miami.
Glad you enjoyed it (the things I do for a few cheap laughs!). Sorry we didn’t connect in Miami – our story has yet to be written…but it will be 🙂
That was totally awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love it! 😀
That was a lot of fun. Great job over all. Kudos to your daughter for really anchoring the film. 🙂
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[…] Last week I mentioned that I read on Dan Perez’s website that 90% of Internet users prefer watching a video to reading an article. Short (less than 3 minutes) videos that are entertaining, directly related to your topic area, and that include very subtle shameless marketing are perfect. For a great example of what I’m talking about, view this video that award-winning film maker Dan Perez made. […]