Well, I don’t know what gig you’re talking about, you could copy and paste the gig title. That’s not against the rules.
All I know is that people want specific footage. Some want the city, the country, beaches, farmers, urban people, etc. Some want diversity, some don’t want it. The more options you have, the more you can sell.
Not everyone wants or likes diversity. Remember Shea Moisture?
"SheaMoisture is the latest company to apologize after landing in hot water over a controversial ad.
In a new campaign posted Monday, the hair and skincare company featured three women, one black and two white, embracing their natural hair. While the ad was presented as upbeat, SheaMoisture’s traditionally black customer base took issue over a lack of representation of different hair types and textures, as well as apparent abandonment of their traditionally loyal customers, mocking the brand for what was being called an “#allhairmatters” approach and ignoring their loyal demographic."
Source: People Magazine.
See? That’s the price you pay when you try to include everyone, never mind that Shea Moisture has lots of different target audiences and probably advertises all over.
Perhaps ads in the future will feature robots or mannequins or just cartoons to be “inclusive.”
So you see? Maybe the diversity disclaimer, or just some description about the racial makeup in the video will be helpful. People need to know what they’re getting before they order. Otherwise, you’re just going to waste time and lose money.