Video accounted for 50% of all mobile traffic, and for 69% of all sales and marketing campaigns as of late 2015. Facebook alone has seen video overtake its platform, with video accounting for 75,000 shared content pieces in 2015. Your audience is using social media every day, so your business needs to be leveraging its social media channels in order to reach and grow your audience. But with so many social media channels available, you might find yourself trying to decide which one will suit your video marketing needs best.
If you’re not an experienced web designer, than your ideas for a web design of your own might rely largely on what you’ve seen while browsing around other people’s similar websites. Using existing themes, color schemes, templates, and designs as the basis for your own web design is a very common and admittedly useful practice.
Why have a blog? Why bother with social media? Why devote time to the “little things”?
Of course, as an established web design and video production company with more than a decade of field experience, it goes almost without saying that we spend most of the workday striving for artistic and logistic excellence in digital media.
Video has become a huge part of brand awareness and business strategies as a whole, and no other type of media is as fluid and shareable as video content. If you’re still debating the effectiveness of video content in your overall marketing strategy, Render Perfect has the answers for you. Check out our latest video blog to find out why it is that you should engage in video marketing.
As we move further and further into a new generation, we occasionally find ourselves resisting change and fighting to prolong the usage of whatever processes and methodology we have found reliable in the past. There are times when the old ways are the best ways; however, we must always be willing to adapt to the changes that can be of great use to our cause. Many longstanding businesses have been working with Microsoft Powerpoint for decades, and are resistant to today’s rapidly popularizing standard of digital video. Maybe you’re a business owner or a recruiter who is currently on the fence about whether or not a video presentation for your material is really necessary. So, which is the superior method of presentation? Which one will better keep the audience engaged, is more cost-effective, and communicates data more succinctly? What, if anything, can a video presentation offer you that a PowerPoint presentation can’t?