The videos are produced using 140-character emails or Twitter 'tweets' that are immediately recorded, saved and emailed back using large file transmission software, says BBA CEO Mike Hews.
Lafayette, CA (PRWEB) August 13, 2009
BrandBuilderAcademy.com announces its business class Instant Video Productions, affectionately called "Tweetfomercials," which offer distinction and first impression credibility. Produced and electronically delivered within 24 hours, these mini-video tweets offer a 140-character length for a $140 price tag.
Business visibility is increasingly challenged by the media morass. The need to make a positive and compelling first impression is critical for every business. Having a CNN news veteran record the advertiser's message, TV newscast style, complete with contact information, could provide the edge. These micro-infomercials are designed to work in tandem with traditional advertising to add a competitive advantage.
BrandBuilderAcademy.com (BBA) delivers the completed video production, overnight via email download, ready for placement on the advertiser's website.
"The videos are produced using 140-character emails or Twitter 'tweets' that are immediately recorded, saved and emailed back using large file transmission software, says BBA CEO Mike Hews. "This new format reduces standard video production turnaround by 99%. It's overnight."
Each "tweetfomercial" video will open with up-tempo music and a news animation called "American Booming Business" or "American Main Street." The animation screen dissolves to a veteran TV news anchor to deliver the news. The 140-character minimum can be extended for $1 per additional word. Photos can be added for $50 each. A five-video package sells for $99 per video.
For businesses that have a significant "green" or sustainable accomplishment, such as green business certification by GreenAmerica (Co-opAmerica.org) or that have contributed significantly to the "Shop Local" movement, BBA will offer an additional 140 characters on these achievements for free.
No monthly streaming fee is required and the advertiser owns the video rights. Customers can upload the infomercial video the same day, as a link on Twitter or to YouTube, to instantly improve search engine optimization.
Hews adds that in addition to posting the infomercial video on the website home page, customers can post the video link on Craigslist, email the video link as a business card introduction, video brochure, invitation, resume, "About Us" profile for web sites, and more.
The BBA team offers the service with a money back guarantee. Contact HewsNews(at)gmail(dot)com or visit HewsNews.com.
Contact: Mike Hews
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