Video Marketing for Construction

In May of 2017, co-founder and owner of Skyline Video Productions Jacob Klindtworth noticed construction companies often struggled with marketing themselves well. Owning a drone, he decided to take that drone, add a camera and create video for construction companies with co-founder Jonathan Reid.


After a few months of success, they brought on a larger team who had experience in videography and web design – David and Olivia Giglio. Now they have a team of seven that does everything from video production, graphic design and web design.


Ongoing Relationships in Video Production

Skyline Video Productions focuses on ongoing relationships with clients. They focus less on producing a single product and are more intent on creating a marketing plan that will last, and continue to produce, consistent video content – which can look like video or marketing campaigns that continue to bring customers and value to the client business.


“A big part of our focus is we want to help build up businesses in our local community. In order to do that, we believe all these businesses need to have really good marketing. We want to be able to give them a product that historically is out of reach for a lot of small businesses, at a price point that works for them yet still gives them the same quality of output as what they would get if they were paying thousands of dollars,” said Reid.


Accessible Video Productions

Director of Production David Giglio added, “One of our main concerns is that we always shave at least one package that’s going to be within reach for small to medium businesses. We’re really invested in our community, and making sure that can be a viable option for your business no matter what the size.”


Skyline Video Productions believes strongly in serving those who serve, and enjoys working with organizations who are doing amazing things. They have a heart for non-profits, businesses and people doing really good work in the community.


Giglio also spoke to the saturated video landscape and how that can make it difficult for video marketing to make an impact if it refuses to acknowledge the differences each business has. “We want to create a product that’s unique and stands out.”


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