How Much Does a TripAdvisor Video Cost?
The use of video on social media and various advertising channels for a travel company, hotel, or even a bed and breakfast is important for the success of your marketing. In fact, posting a video to Trip Advisor can help you to reach more people with your product offering and secure bookings for your accommodations, but how much does a TripAdvisor video cost?
With the standard cost of video production running between $1,000 and $10,000 per finished minute, you can expect to spend a couple of thousand on a great Trip Advisor video, but what really matters is that you get a video that not only showcases your brand and business for what it’s worth — but that speaks volumes to those in your immediate market.
Trip Advisor Video Production Costs
People often want to know WHY? Why does it cost $2,500 for a 1-minute video? Why did my video cost $5,000 for a minute? What is it that goes into the cost of producing a TripAdvisor video or any other style or type of video for that matter?
As a general rule of thumb, video production requires a Director, camera crew, equipment, and several other professionals in order to deliver the maximum quality and service that you expect from a production studio or agency. When you hire Beverly Boy Productions to work on producing a TripAdvisor video for you the reality is, you’re hiring an entire crew to get their hands involved in your project.
This includes the following potential expenses:
- Film Director – >$250 per hour
- Script Writer – >$150 per hour
- Cameraman – >$400 per hour
- Editor – >$175 per hour
- Actors – >$500 per hour
- Equipment – up to 100s per hour
- Studio Shooting – up to $400 per hour
- Narrator – >$400 per hour
- Audio Files – up to $1000
- Video Rendering – up to $75 per hour
- B-Roll – expect to pay a percentage between 10 and 50% of your total cost
- Miscellaneous Fees – can cost very little up to 1000s extra
Additional TripAdvisor Video Costs
Additionally, a TripAdvisor video is going to have expenses associated with the graphics and any drone footage or aerial footage that is captured as part of your production.
Be prepared to pay more for these styles of content as there are added equipment needs, drone licenses, and other expenses involved. Additionally, TripAdvisor video production rates will likely include the added costs involved in getting the film crew to and from your location. Travel expenses can and do add up when producing videos on location.
Need more information about what it might cost to produce a TripAdvisor video for your accommodations? Give Beverly Boy Productions a call today.