Increasingly we are seeing customers looking to further profile their businesses by investing in video services. The ROI is extremely fast and these days there are great routes to grow the audience such as YouTube and corporate websites. If you are still not convinced then here are a few good reasons to consider the investment.
Video Makes A Company Stand Out.
Incorporating video into a marketing strategy will really create discussion points and is and exceptionally clever marketing tool. Also, as POS material it has a diverse and fast reach that will ensure a company gets an advantage over competitors without video.
Video Gets A Corporate Team Noticed.
It is well recognised that people prefer to work with suppliers they know and trust. Using a video to introduce key team members allows prospective customers the chance to meet the people they will be dealing with on a regular basis.
Video Conveys A Message Simply.
Explaining complex production methods and technical information can be a difficult process. Video can support brochure material and editorials to help explain these more complicated aspects of a business. It’s a lot easier to watch a demonstration than it is to try to decipher instruction manuals.
Videos Generate Leads.
Making a video that has interesting content will create a stir and get people talking about the company …and more importantly they will probably pick up the phone. Videos that are shared will undoubtedly generate leads and give a company great online exposure. Videos help you to maximise your corporate potential.
Video Makes Your Online Marketing More Powerful.
The beauty of MyTrade TV publishing is that videos can sit alongside your editorial content to substantiate articles that you have carefully crafted. They are extremely effective at stimulating viewers into action and will make a marketing campaign much more memorable.
To gain an advantage in a very competitive market, call Lee, Nick or Helen to discuss your next best marketing move and we can talk about planning your video shoot.
Helen Duval 2017