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How to Make a Year In Review Video

Year In Review videos are an interactive way to show your audience all the great things you've done in the past year. Also, making a Year In Review video can establish credibility between you and your consumers. Recap on your best memories and biggest accomplishments and put it into an awesome video. Here are three tips to mark your favorite moments and create a fun video for your consumers.

year in review video tips

1) Create a photo montage with photos from company events throughout the year

Making a photo montage of company events consists of a lot of pictures throughout the year, which can be hard to keep track of. Here is our number one tip for staying organized and being prepared. In January, make a folder for each month. Throughout the year, save photos in the corresponding folder. This also makes it easier to preview photos and videos before selecting which ones you want to use. When you are making your photo montage, you can easily access photos from the year and make sure you don't miss any of the big moments.

2) Ask employees to record a 10 second video telling their favorite memory from this past year

Be creative and interactive. Ask your employees to contribute to the Year In Review video by having them mention their favorite moments. This will help make the video more fun and help you establish a credible bond amongst your employees and audience. Show your consumers why you and your company are the best.

3) Make a video highlighting all of your new products that launched this year

Your consumers have made it to the end of the year with you. Show them some of their fan favorites by making a video highlighting your products that launched this past year. This is a great way to show how your business has adapted and expanded. Remind your audience of your fun products, and give them a chance to order anything they might have missed earlier in the year.


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