Many restaurant or hotel owners will admit they live in fear of fake or unreasonable reviews. The idea that someone you’ve probably ever met has control over your business’ reputation from behind their computer, is frankly terrifying.
Often when a prospective new client meets your company for the first time, the fastest, most effective way of presenting the character, standards and ethos of your operation to them is through a video. Here's an example of a client wanting to demonstrate a training experience to potential customers. We think you'll agree that a video like this provides a quick insight into the service being offered, and at the same time reassures customers about who they'll be working with:
We've heard it time and again. Everyone knows someone - a sibling, a friend, a second cousin twice removed - who not only knows how, but has agreed to make a website for you, either for free or at mates' rates.
Think about it. You're looking for something on Amazon. The product looks great in the photos, and the product description is reassuring. But wait a moment... How many times have you bought something online and had it delivered, only to be disappointed with the quality?