You know what they say about assumptions, right? Well if you feel like video isn’t the right option for your business, then we are going to have to disagree. There are so many and common misconceptions that could be holding you back from this amazing tool. So whether you’re reaching goals already or need a little help, branded video content can boost engagement, brand awareness, and sales – it’s worth giving it a second look!
- “Videos are too expensive”
Believe it or not, video is sometimes more affordable than written content. Video content isn’t just an affordable option, but it’s also one of the most effective. You can shoot a video from your smartphone that you can upload to social media sites in seconds. Even if you use a professional production company, the costs are far less than those for TV ads for example.
- “You can’t measure the success of your videos”
You may be wondering how to track your video’s performance. You can use built-in analytics on platforms like Youtube or Vimeo to see the number of views, likes, and shares you get. You can see how many people are engaging with your video and if they’re converting from what they see in the video.
- “We need professional actors”
Discovering the truth behind a company’s brand is important for the consumer. Customers want to know everything they can about your business, including what it means to you and how you live up to it. That includes real people, not just actors pretending to be who they are not. Companies with fake-sounding reviews are seen as untrustworthy and bland in comparison.
- “We don’t have the time for this”
We get it; you’re busy. And that’s a good thing! Your team should be focused on attracting leads, closing sales and retaining your customer base. We’ll just add that investing some time in video production and distribution can help you realize returns that months of staff time, brainstorming, marketing materials and outreach cannot match.
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