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Erin Evans at LONGHI’S KO’OLINA IN HAWAII

Erin Evans at LONGHI’S KO’OLINA IN HAWAII

On this episode of The American Dream TV Erin Evans from Century 21 Island Homes showcases a beautiful Coconut Plantation listing at Ko'olina. Then she meets with Charlie Longhi at Longhi's Ko'olina located at the Marriott for a special Mai Tai and dishes! Click here to watch this episode! To learn more about our Videography Services, please visit our services page here.

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Kids Today Prefer Watching to Reading

Kids Today Prefer Watching to Reading

There is a definite trend in classrooms today toward watching videos and away from reading textbooks. In many schools, YouTube videos are nearly as common as math texts, history books, or assigned reading in English classes. Why? Probably because it's become way cheaper, faster, and more efficient to produce videos than it is to publish books. Plus, for better or worse the gradual shortening of people's attention spans have made watching a more popular option than actually reading. V...

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Curb Appeal No Longer Enough

Curb Appeal No Longer Enough

Like practically every other industry, the real estate market is now mostly online. People can now view dozens of properties from the comfort of their own homes without having to spend money on gas, risk face-to-face contact with strangers, or run the risk of getting lost driving around strange neighborhoods. The change in the way people search for real estate has also changed the way real estate is marketed. Today, successful realtors need not only video tours of the properties they repr...

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Comprehensive Literacy State Development (CLSD) Grant in HAWAII

Comprehensive Literacy State Development (CLSD) Grant in HAWAII

This is the first part of the last video of a 3-video series for the Campbell-Kapolei Complex Area of the Hawaii State Department of Education. We created a video about the Comprehensive Literacy State Development (CLSD) Grant which focuses on foundational reading, professional learning opportunities, out of school learning opportunities, family empowerment, and culturally relevant texts. So great to work with the DOE Complex staff, teachers, students & families including Jessica K...

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Your Website Needs Video

Your Website Needs Video

Your Website Needs Video. Surfing the web today you will notice websites are a lot more sophisticated than they were just a few years ago. Most have professional design, compelling images, intriguing copy -- and video. Websites without video seem outdated and static compared to others. If your business or even personal website doesn't include professionally produced videos, you may be missing out on a large segment of prospective visitors who simply click on to the next one that does. ...

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Video Eliminates the Worst Part of Managing People

Video Eliminates the Worst Part of Managing People

Company leadership develops specific performance standards. They could be something like a way to greet new customers, explain product benefits, or even ring up a sale. Managers are then charged with explaining these standards to line-level employees. So managers review the standards with employees. Then they do it again. And again. And again. Repetition is one of the hardest parts of any job but especially for managers working with existing employees, training new employees, or review...

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Heighten Your Property’s Curb Appeal … Literally!

Heighten Your Property’s Curb Appeal … Literally!

The real estate market in Hawaii right now is booming. Sellers are asking for and getting prices that would have seemed outrageous just a few years ago. There are too many buyers and not enough properties. So the economic law of supply and demand is pushing prices upwards and letting home sellers maximize the return on their investment. But there's always the opportunity to do more to showcase your property. Real Estate Videos Most properties last only a few days, sometimes even a few h...

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Capture Your Production for Posterity

Capture Your Production for Posterity

High schools, colleges, regional theater companies, and other amateur stage productions put weeks and even months of work into staging a handful of productions that are viewed by, at most, a couple of hundred people. Then they are never seen again. But what if you could capture your stage production on professionally produced, high definition video that could be rewatched a month, a year, and even decades into the future? Now you can capture that "lightning in a bottle" and relive it time...

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Properties without Video Can’t Compete

Properties without Video Can’t Compete

Ask any realtor today and they will tell you: Unless your property has a high definition video -- or better yet, an interactive online tour -- it isn't going to be seen by many potential buyers. The reason is simple. Technology has gotten to the stage where people seeking to buy homes, businesses, land, and other properties no longer want to get in a car and drive all over the islands looking at properties. Instead, they would much rather sit in their own homes or offices and simply find ...

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Corporate Videos Inform While Entertaining

Corporate Videos Inform While Entertaining

Hawaii Video Pro specializes in creating a number of different types of videos, including those that showcase real estate, provide instructional training for businesses, and recruit new students for educational institutions. But we also produce corporate videos. Once known as "industrial films", corporate videos inform viewers about the products and services of the host company in a format that is both entertaining and appealing. Corporate videos can be funny, sentimental, and even heartw...

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