Video Marketing is a lot like fishing. The end goal is to reel in a client and push them to act within the terms of your business structure. But, just like fishing, where you choose to cast your line decides how successful you will be.
Each month we’re posting a new tip to help you get your web video marketing on track. Assuming that you paid to have a video produced for your business, there is absolutely no reason to leave it sitting on the shelf. The key is to get your video out there and attracting new customers.
A few weeks ago we launched our new mini-ebook Produce, Post, Promote: Ten YouTube Tips For 2010 to our email list (you can get it here). The book has been very well received and was downloaded by all types of people, ranging from business owners to bloggers.
It’s tough out there. You have heard it from every media outlet. And as much as you’d like to believe that it’s more hype than fact, the truth is that few companies have been left unaffected by the economic downturn. In times of indecisiveness, what many find out is that the best way to move forward is to move outward. Expand upon the things that you have already spent money on to get the most value out of your investment. Being in the video advertising business I have personally seen this shift, with more and more businesses requesting to produce web content instead of broadcast content.