As anyone who works in content creation knows video content is a good way to increase engagement on your website or social media feeds. This is even more so when dealing with action sports and lifestyle hobbies where conveying movement and stoke can sometimes be hard through written words alone. In a lot of cases video can be the best format (and the quickest).
Some, however, think video content needs to be a highly polished and well edited four minute flick that takes a while to put together, which simply isn’t true. Video content can simply be a case of mashing together a bunch of images and having them stitched into video form with a bit of music added for atmsophere. Or, you can create the kind of videos that follow below, as I’ve done for SUP Mag UK.
Starboard Hyper Nut 7’8″ cold surf testing
Stand up paddle boarding quivers
Paddling in winter inspiration
Tips for turning your all round SUP in waves
Razor Ripsurf land paddle review
Race/touring SUP surfing
Insights in SUP Mag UK’s equipment tests
Reuben May (Fatstick SUP) quick catch up