Monthly Archives: June 2012

“I Don’t Believe That Video Marketing Really Works,” the Attorney said

That was the email I received from an attorney with a popular website. He had no success using video to market his practice. He was getting calls and cases from his website, but nobody was watching his videos. He concluded that because nobody watched his videos that video marketing simply didn't work. REMARKABLE Continue reading

Why I Intentionally Misspelled the Word “Lawyer” in a Video

Sometimes you just don't know if anyone is watching your video. Sure you put it online and watch the view count increase each day. They may be watching, but why aren't they leaving questions or comments on your video? Continue reading

Attorneys: What is Your Video Marketing Process?

You do have a process, right? You do have a system in place, right? You do have the ability to create video in a systematized process that consistently gets your video online quickly and easily, right? Continue reading


I looked up what kind of production companies are out there producing the kind of videos that I was interested in. And really, I was dissatisfied with the vast majority of the videos that were out there. They were not what I was looking for – except for Gerry Oginski. We were looking for someone who understood our needs and yet had the expertise to be able to pull all of the necessary components of producing a video and getting it uploaded. Gerry was the one who stood completely head and shoulders above anybody else’s out there.

Jeff Helsdon
Oldfield & Helsdon, PLLC