Using Video Sounds Good, But What Do I Say?
Social media posts with video are 1200% more likely to be shared than posts with just text, and text and pictures COMBINED.
Consumers who watch a product video are TWICE as likely to purchase the product than those who do not.
Websites with heavy video content are 53 TIMES more likely to land a first page Google ranking than sites without video.
Many of you have heard the impressive statistics about using videos to reach your current and potential customers, but are unsure how to proceed when it comes to knowing what to say in a video, or in creating videos about your business.
With our Video Crisps subscriptions our clients get professionally edited and/or animated video content given to them each and every month. When we launched this program we didn’t anticipate how many people would struggle with not only knowing what to say in the videos but also with knowing how to use them.
That’s exactly why regular consultations on content and strategy are an important part of the program. This is the first of a series of blog posts in which we’ll be looking at different type of video content and usage, starting next week with community outreach and public education.
But in the meantime here are some ideas to get you started brainstorming what video can do, in very tangible terms, for your business.
Elin Barton is the President of White Knight Productions and the host of the podcast, Ready, Set, Grit. Her first book, Ready, Set, Grit: How to Turn Your Daydream Into a Phenomenal Success, will be released in the Fall of 2017. To find out more about how you can use video to grow your business visit our website.