A picture is worth a thousand words. To an entrepreneur, it is worth much more than just words. In this day and age, the internet is one of the best places to market a product or service thanks to platforms like social media, and podcasts. To sell even more, entrepreneurs need to showcase more than just the products they are selling. They need to build a personal brand.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, what about a video? In an entrepreneur’s case, it’s worth millions of dollars. Mike Richy and Truman Mylin understand this better than most. The two are the founders of Templemill Productions. They both started action sports content creation as a passion when they were kids. They’ve used the skills they picked up overtime to help millionaires, Hollywood actors, and other celebrities make video content for their brands.
Richy and Mylin have put in countless hours finding ways to make the video creation process easier for everybody and save our most valuable resource; Time. Because of that, Templemill has become the go-to video production company for top entrepreneurs in the country.
In fact, check out just one of their sizzle reels
The Customer Service at Templemill Productions
Every customer wants a service provider that understands what they desire. That is what Richy and Mylin bring to the table. Having both worked in videography at an early age, they have gained the experience to know what is needed to make the best video that suits your brand. At Templemill, they take the time to get to know the client at a personal level, which helps to tell their story accurately.
Richy and Mylin understand that the videos they make are a representation of your company; thus, it is vital to make the right video. They go the extra mile to make sure every component of their client’s videos match the story they want to tell. In addition, they make sure that all details of the video such as color grading, music, graphics and titles match the specifications of their client’s brand. All businesses are different, which means the videos ought to be different as well. Understanding this, Templemill Productions puts the customer first at all times.
Their Approach to Filming and the Value They Add to Clients
Richy and Mylin’s way of doing business is one that ensures that the client is happy and comfortable with the work. They know that the customers viewing the video will notice any nervousness captured on camera. To prevent such a situation, they get to know the client and make them comfortable with Templemill from the very beginning. After this, the next step is knowing what the client wants from the video.
According to Richy and Mylin, most people don’t necessarily want the video; they want what it will bring; the results. You don’t buy a hammer because that’s you want, you buy a hammer because you want to build a house. Whether it is the sales of a product they want to drive, advertising a new service or bringing awareness to their company, it is essential to know what a client needs. Templemill takes the time to hear what their clients want. From there, they figure out how to make it a reality.
Ninety-five percent of consumers retain communicated information through video, according to Forbes.com. The value of video marketing is on the rise every year. Through Templemill Productions, entrepreneurs are able to communicate to their audience much better. They bring this opportunity to businessmen like no one else.
Their Previous Projects
Richy and Mylin have worked with top industry leaders before and after forming Templemill Productions in 2018. Their first important client was Gerard Adams. When Adams sold his company, Elite Daily in 2015, he started a non-profit company called Fownders, and the two moved to Newark, New Jersey to help him grow his personal brand. They shot season 2 and 3 of his interview series, Leaders Create Leaders and later founded Templemill.
Within the first two months of launching Templemill, Richy and Mylin closed a six-figure deal.
Their goal is to tell stories they support and align with. Whether you’re a Celebrity Coffee Chef like their client Bryan-David Scott, or a star of a Netflix Original Series who wants to establish their brand on social media. At Templemill, they pride themselves on their ability to discover what drives their clients and tell their story through video. What drives their day to day? Why do they do what they do? From there, they can best support their vision and come up with a plan.
To grow your personal brand, you have to maintain an online presence. Video is the best way to stay in your customers’ mind. Richy and Mylin live and breathe videography. Templemill Productions is the place to go, and millionaires, celebrities, and Netflix Actors know this.
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