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Are you a small business owner in the tourism sector in Ireland and know you should be making
videos to reach your target audience?
Have you got beautiful views or great services to show that would make great short videos?
You know that video works – videos are EIGHT times more likely to be watched than a text post in
Video engages – it gets attention – and it’s the way customers are finding you – on Google searches,
on YouTube and on social media.
So, if you have a business that wants to be found by your target audience, video is the way to go.
Smartphones have become an essential tool in creating video content for social media, websites and YouTube.
Most of us when starting out just “point and shoot” hoping for a decent quality recording.
Then we look back and it’s unsteady and the sound could be better. The unsteadiness gets worse the more video you record – your hand and arm just can’t stay steady forever!
So tripods with clamps are the answer.