People love watching online videos. The proof? YouTube is the second most popular website in the world – and here in the UK.

People don’t just watch videos for entertainment, though. They watch them to learn about products and services, like yours, to help them make a decision about whether to buy from you or use your services.

If you don’t have the skills or time to make your own videos, we can help – and it’s likely to cost a lot less than you think.

Why use video?

Whether you’re a business trying to sell more products or services, a charity striving to fund raise or recruit volunteers, or a community group trying to inspire a change in your community, using video on your website and social media can increase your engagement, sales and your visibility.

  • Videos get you noticed on social media

    Posts with videos are much more likely to be seen and shared, getting your message out to a wider audience

  • Websites with video get more sales

    Shoppers are more likely to buy after watching a product video, because it increases their confidence in the product. 85% of companies are finding success with a video marketing strategy [Source: ReelSEO]

  • Visitors will spend more time on your website

    Almost 9 out of 10 visitors will stay longer on websites that have videos, which means they’ll learn more about you and all the services or products you offer.


We offer very competitive rates for our tailor-made filming services, based on:

  • the time needed for filming
  • the number of locations
  • the length of the final film
  • the overall complexity of the project

Billing is based on an hourly rate of £20.

Every project is different, but to give you an idea, for a two-minute film involving a half day’s onsite filming and one day’s editing, our typical charge would be up to £300. There are also discounted rates available for local charities and community groups.

There is no VAT to pay on our film-making services.

“Film is a very useful addition to our web site and conveys an image of professionalism and quality.”