24 May 2010 12:05pm
Hi - I'm wondering if anyone knows who produces Net-a-porter's product video snippets - the ones you see when you're actually viewing a product, just before you click to buy or add to your basket.
Thanks in advance.
Technical Project Manager (MBA, MBCS, CITP, CEng) at Naxtech.com
24 May 2010 12:59pm
It's a similar thing with other sites such as Esprit, M&S, etc.
Freelance SEO Consultant at Justin March
24 May 2010 17:14pm
The best way to decide what to place on a page is to work out your visitor objections and counter those objections.
Is video the best thing to do the above if yes then use video if not save yourself some money.
VP Sales & Marketing at http://vzaar.com/
25 May 2010 11:44am
If you are looking for a video service to host and stream videos then check out vzaar. The service allows you to easily add video to your website and you can customise the look and feel of your player. If you have any questions on the service I would be happy to help.
E-Business Consultant at Dan Barker
25 May 2010 13:16pm
not sure whether they're responsible for all of their videos, but fashshot do video work for net-a-porter: http://www.fashshot.com
Here's one of their 'behind the scenes' videos on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDR94kQYq0A
Hope that's useful,
26 May 2010 10:27am
Thank you all for your advice - this has been very helpful!
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