There are certain times in a filmmakers’ life that they would just want to turn back time and change many things about their film marketing strategy.
However, I wouldn’t want to go back in time so much.
Independent film marketing needed print ads, radio announcements and local community support before it gained traction. Today, filmmakers have the Internet.
Not Everyone Knows How To Use The Internet.
It’s not that everyone cannot do a mouse click, mouse hover, perform certain commands or even de-frag their cache so that their pages would load. The Internet is more than just a repository of information. It’s also a bank of information that users need to search.
Indexing is Advertising.
Imagine a film museum. You’re looking for a certain film but you don’t know the title. So you input the characteristics. The search engine would use your descriptions to look for your film. If you did find your film, the search engine is advanced and does a great job. Google, Bing and other internet search engines are indexing software. No one knows how they work, but everyone has their own styles of marketing, especially for films.
That’s Where We Come In!
I’m David Timmons. My 20-man company and I, now working with Cambridge SEO Teams, would like to help your film gain the recognition it deserves through retro-styled online marketing and social network campaigns. Want to know what retro-styled means? Our style uses the oldest principles of advertising for films using advanced technology to amplify the results.