Video can provide value, relevance, and the immediacy that your audience desires.
Some things are simply true whether you like it or not. One of those things is that consumers love video. They are more likely to watch it, engage with it and share it than they are text-based content. Overall people prefer video. More shares are generated by social videos than text and images combined.
Of course, you need to study your own audience to determine what they prefer and if you should create video content for them. Having said that, it’s likely that you’ll need more video content creation, not less.
It’s only natural that you’ll feel a little anxious about going live on social media.
You’re certainly not alone if you’re considering doing a live video stream but have worries and anxieties about it. Many online business owners wouldn’t even consider ‘going live online’.
But when you take into account that on something like the Facebook Live platform, live videos receive 1,000% more comments than recorded videos, doing a social media live feed will put you one step ahead of your competitors.
The “right now” aspect of a live video stream creates a sense of urgency and scarcity in the minds of your prospects. They feel that if they don’t tune in when you’re broadcasting live, they’ll miss out on something.
Here are some of the things you can do to make the process easier and to become excited about doing a broadcast live rather than scared and nervous!
They Want Videos On Your Website (So Give Them What They Want)
Think about the last time you stumbled across a blog post that was recorded in video, and also written. Though the message was the same in text and video, the video probably resonated with you on a much deeper level. You may have even watched the video rather than taking the time to read the written blog post. You’re not alone.
As opposed to just text and/or images, video “speaks” to your audience. This is why why video marketing is so powerful. People can see and hear who you are, what you have to say, how your product works, and they are engaged better for video than through a simple blog post or picture.
Everyone loves videos, and your audience wants to watch videos on your website. So give them what they want.
These video marketing tips will help you craft a video that looks great, sounds great, and also get the message across to your viewer to take further action. Creating videos that generate better online marketing results is an art form. It’s a balancing act between giving too much information and not enough information.
Video is a super-powerful way to market your brand. You’ve heard the saying that a picture is worth 1000 words. Dr. James McQuivey of Forrester Research states that a minute-long video is worth 1.8 million words. If that’s true, then you need to start using some (or all) of these video marketing tips.