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Junction Group Films, Inc. is a film production company specializing in feature, short, documentary and commercial productions. Junction Group Films works with film and video in nontraditional ways to find new audiences for films. Whether it's a nonprofit saving the world or a for profit trying to cut through the media clutter, we find your story. We work with you to increase brand engagement and leave viewers wanting more.
Why you need video engagement
Once upon a time, people would "surf" the internet for new and interesting experiences. As the web has grown and as television has moved closer to an online experience, people have less time to surf and explore. It became harder to keep people on a website long enough to see any of the content. Fewer people were willing to click on an ad they found during an online experience. Then came the explosion of video. Video is mainstream, everywhere and necessary for your brand. You want to tell a story? Add emotion to your brand? Demonstrate how your product works? A short film that catches your audiences attention? Online video can be your answer to 'engaging' your audience.
• Online video viewers are almost three times more likely to click through to a brand's website from their smartphone or tablet than their laptop or desktop computer (Bytemobile Mobile Analytics Report)
• Globally, online video traffic will be 55 percent of all consumer Internet traffic in 2016 (Cisco)
• 92 percent of mobile video viewers share videos with others (Invodo)
• Online video production will account for more than one-thrid of all online advertising spending within the next five years (Borrell Associates)
• 80 percent recall watching a video ad on a website. 46 percent take action after watching
• People are 64 percent more likely to buy a product on an online retail site after watching video and stay on the sites at least 2 minutes longer than average
• 59 percent of senior executives would rather watch a video than read text