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10 September 2014


mmadigital offer discounted video packages to law firms who are yet to take the plunge into video

More and more people are using video to find new information or search for a service. In fact, with 12 billion hours of video watched each month YouTube has now become the second largest search engine in the world.

The pull of video isn’t just about watching dancing cats and music videos however. Statistics show that businesses can generate up to 30% more leads just by adding a video to their website.

Why? Simply because of video’s power to hold a visitor’s attention. Studies show that plain text holds the attention of a website visitor for just eight seconds, yet video increases this to a massive two minutes.

To help law firms who’ve not yet made the plunge into video make the most of the moving image, we’ve created some excellent discount packages.

Interview style video:

An interview style video filmed and edited at your office by our video production team. Only £1,000 (normal price of £3400)

Interview style video + 12 months on FLAC:

As above with an additional 12 month listing to our “game changing” legal website www.freelegaladvicecentre.co.uk, the UK’s first online video legal service. Only £2,500 (normal price of £5400)

Alternatively, we can create bespoke packages to suit you and your budget. If you’d like to find out more about how your law firm could bolster its lead generation through video, please get in touch with mmadigital today.

 



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