Video Production

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Video Production

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We produce short, crips videos to go on your website. They build rapport, they tell Google that the pages are really relevant, and they give you a presence on YouTube.

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Kris, Video Journalist and Digital Practice Founder

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Video Made Simple

Simple FAQ formats to help patients understand your website content.

As an option for your online marketing strategy, we produce short, 45 to 60 second videos. The attention span of the average internet user sits in that space. It's exactly the time we need to answer one frequently asked question.

Our experienced producers have a background in television production and know the drill. It's about creating a safe environment to ask you a question and capture the answer in a comfortable way.


We can capture your videos in our studio here at Murdoch Clinic (Perth). But if that's a bit of a distance for you, we can discuss ways to capture your content via teleconference (Zoom). For custom packages we can capture your content on location, at your practice.



Simple FAQ formats to help patients understand your website content.

As an option for your online marketing strategy, we produce short, 45 to 60 second videos. The attention span of the average internet user sits in that space. It's exactly the time we need to answer one frequently asked question.

Our experienced producers have a background in television production and know the drill. It's about creating a safe environment to ask you a question and capture the answer in a comfortable way.

The main reasons to consider a Video Production package as part of your marketing strategy:

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  • Video is by far the most effective communication format online
  • You are positioned as an educator and a leader
  • The patient hears you voice. It’s like sitting in front of you.
  • Your videos are in line with the Keyword Research and support your Google ranking
  • Google sees that patients stay on pages for longer. This helps you rank better.
  • Our video teams are applying TV journalism skills and ask quality questions