MUGshot Studio Announces New Performance Video Trailers Designed to Increase Ticket Sales
Makeup Gourmet Chris Scott launches MUGshot Studio's Performance Video Trailers Studio providing performing art companies a compelling and affordable marketing tool to capture future audience's attention and curiosity.
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Having an MA in theater, and creating, producing, and editing his own TV show, Makeup Gourmet, Mr. Scott brings keen expertise to performance company's marketing goals.
The combination of a performer's mentality and television production experience is what makes Mr. Scott's performance video trailers so effective.
"It is often difficult for artists to express their work to others without going into great detail. What they need is third-party objectivity that grasps the intention of their performance and communicates it clearly through short informative marketing video trailers," says Scott.
The imperative is that the trailer excites and ignites the viewer's curiosity. Once accomplished, future audiences take the next step by getting further information from the performance companies website and eventually purchasing tickets.
Scott says, "It is imperative for performers to not want to tell the story in the trailer. The point of good marketing is to get someone to take action." Compelling performance video trailers do just that.
The needs of the performance company are often immediate. Completed video trailers are promised in a 48-hour turnaround. This enables performance companies to quickly get their word out in a visual way that is appealing and readily consumed by viewers.
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The physical location of MUGshot Studio is San Francisco. Within the Bay Area, video footage taping service is offered along with the making of the trailer. Those from a further geographical location shoot their own footage and have it edited by MUGshot.
Mr. Scott closes with, "Remember, the goal is not to tell the story in the video trailer. The goal is to get audiences to buy a ticket."