Chinese New Year greeting videos are a great way to reach out to your audiences during this festival season.
Businesses can take advantage of this holiday season to capture audiences’ attention as they browse online for new clothes, recipes for reunion dinner and entertainment content. A greeting video makes your business look more personable and warm as you wish your audience a happy Chinese New Year ahead.
Read on to find out more about Chinese New Year Greeting videos.
Table of Contents:
- What is a Chinese New Year Greeting Video?
- Why have a Chinese New Year Greeting Video?
- Chinese New Year Greeting Video Examples
- Shoot Your Chinese New Year Greeting Video with Us
What is a Chinese New Year Greeting Video?
A Chinese New Year greeting video is a type of video businesses use to reach out to their audiences during the Chinese New Year period.
These videos showcase employees wishing audiences a happy and prosperous Chinese New Year ahead.
We recently wrote an article about other types of Chinese New Year videos that you can have to engage your customers during this holiday.
Why have a Chinese New Year Greeting Video?
Chinese New Year greeting videos are a great PR strategy for businesses to engage with their customers on a personal level. Videos like these show customers that the business cares about the customers’ cultures and customs.
Google reported that in 2019 up to two-thirds of Singaporeans went online and looked up Chinese New Year related keywords. This means that a Chinese New Year video could help bring you new audiences to your business website when people start to Google about Chinese New Year again.
These videos are also a great way of connecting with dormant customers who have not been interacting with your business in a long while. You could send them the greeting video as a gesture to show that you have not forgotten about them.
Chinese New Year Greeting Video Examples
Hegen’s Chinese New Year greeting video was simple yet well-executed. The husband-and-wife duo gave some Chinese New Year well-wishes and shared about the company’s visions and goal for 2020.
At the end of the video, they faded out to a Happy Chinese New Year graphic. Graphics like these are a great way to end greeting videos on a sweet note.
This audio, however, was a little echoey in the video. Video echoes are easily preventable when you engage a professional videography service provider. Our video team is able to help you ensure that you have the best audio quality when filming your Chinese New Year greeting video.
2. Tampines GRC
The Feeling of Home is a longer Chinese New Year video that has both a short film and a greeting part to the video.
In the short film section, the video followed Madam Liow, a resident of Tampines, going around the neighbourhood to give away her homemade pineapple tarts to her neighbours for Chinese New Year. This was also an opportunity for Madam Liow to show viewers the different highlights of Tampines neighbourhood, like the recycling corner and the residents corner.
The second half of the film had the ministers of Tampines GRC wish residents a happy Chinese New Year.
Just like this video, you can also add an element of story telling to your Chinese New Year greeting video. You could share your brand story or key highlights of the past year in this greeting video.
3. Vivid Snaps
This short greeting video by Vivid Snaps is the perfect length sending greetings to your customers and stakeholder via email or Whatsapp.
Your Chinese New Year greeting videos do not have to be that lengthy and could be as short as a “Happy Chinese New Year” greeting.
We have a yearly subscription to stock videos and photos that you can use in your Chinese New Year greeting video when you engage our professional videographers.
Shoot Your Chinese New Year Greeting Video with Us
A professional videography service provider can ensure the best results when filming your Chinese New Year greeting video.
At Vivid Snaps, corporate videography is our forte. Drop our project coordinators a message today and we can help you get started on your greeting video in time for Chinese New Year.