Kevin Wallis, a partner at Virtual Media Group says "The new office gives us the ability to better serve our current clients today and room to grow down the road."
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) April 30, 2013
St. Louis based Virtual Media Group, a national video production company, announced its move to The Lindbergh Building at 7321 South Lindbergh Blvd. Kevin Wallis, a partner at Virtual Media Group says "The new office gives us the ability to better serve our current clients today and room to grow down the road."
Virtual Media Group currently has customers in 24 states, and each has a different goal and a different message to tell clients. VMG takes the time to understand each customer individually. Careful collaboration is a cornerstone value at Virtual Media Group. The new viewing room enhances the company’s ability to cut to the core of its customers’ goals and create videos that are engaging to their particular niche.
VMG’s video presentations can be used on websites, in e-mails, at trade shows, during sales appointments , for product or software demos, and training. In addition, the editing team’s knowledge of social media allows clients to easily send their videos to customers around the world. By increasing the VMG staff with hand-picked video editors, the company will improve its already impressive wealth of knowledge.
The company understands that in video presentations, every second counts. Video designers meticulously edit every aspect of the video to ensure that the audience is engaged, informed and impressed. With new clips going viral daily, a one-time investment in a quality video can pay off substantially in the future. With VMG, businesses can generate more leads, increase sales and stand out from the competition.
There are a number of statistics that point to the benefits of incorporating a quality video into a marketing strategy. According to Forrester, a renowned research and advisory firm, websites that have a video are 53 times more likely to appear on the first page of Google. Products that advertise with one are 95 percent more likely to be purchased. People are six times more likely to understand, remember and share a message if it is explained with a motion graphic presentation. This not only helps a product go viral, but it will help employees and business associates understand and remember the main points of a presentation. The benefits of a quality video have been proven time and time again, and the level of collaboration that customers receive with VMG puts them in an ideal position to see these benefits quickly and in a meaningful, lucrative way.
To find out more about Virtual Media Group, visit the website at http://www.virtualmediagroup.net or contact them at (888) 542-5060.