I decided recently that I would focus on one aspect of filmmaking every few months so I could figure out what position I wanted to be. So for the next two months or so, I'm trying out Film Composing. Here's some tracks I came up with and if anyone needs a Film Composer for a short film or something; My email is ZachWillVFX@gmail.com.
*Just to note, I am not sponsored by Co-Promote, I just think that their services are useful for filmmakers. Also the above image is copyrighted by Co-Promote*
Marketing is a very important aspect of filmmaking and often times can cost as much as the film production. HowStuffWorks claims it to be about $35.9 million per film. So what can filmmakers on a much lower budget, or no budget, do in order to market their film? The first obvious thing that comes to mind is using social media. However the largest problem with social media is that Social Media connects you only to people you know or people who know you. So how can you reach people who have never heard of you? That's where Co-Promote comes in.
I've tried some social media marketing in the past, however a $1 gets you about 200 post views and out of those views, only 1 actually clicked on the link. That's a .5% interaction rate which is extremely low. This is mainly due to the lack of trust or care that the viewers will have about the post. Co-Promote solves all of these problems.
How Co-Promote is Different
Co-Promote connects similar artists or companies to share each other's posts. What is so great about this? First it's free to both users. Second, it helps each person both interact more with new audiences as well as their own audience by showing them other great content instead of using social media just to shove your own work down your audience's throat. Thirdly, content being shared by an artist you know is much more important and trustworthy than content that happens to show up as an ad.
These are just some of the benefits of using Co-Promote. I think it's a great tool to market content. I'd suggest you try it out and if you decide to join, you can help support me by using the bellow referred link.
Co-Promote Sign up Link - https://app.copromote.com/ref/672791
Here at Zach Will's Filmmaking Blog have the privilege of being able to do a first look review of the long awaited digital 4k cinema camera, the Potato Cinema Camera. So without further ado.....
Zachary Will is an Award-Winning Filmmaker creating short films and content for the Internet as the owner of Riverside Studios. He has a Bachelor's in Film from Full Sail University. He has worked on productions for companies like Webmd, Sears, Home Depot, Six Flags and more!
"the trick is to never give up... I think the secret of success is not how little you get knocked down but how often you get back up." - Gareth Edwards