Who is your buyer? With video marketing becoming more prevalent and effective in terms of marketing, companies must pay closer attention to who they are marketing to. The buyer persona is the representation of your ideal or most likely customer. To define who this is, a wide range of data must be considered. The goal is to determine who is most likely to buy your product. When you do, you then can create ads to your business.
When you target ads at your most likely buyer, it is possible to increase sales. Your marketing ROI is better because you are reaching more of the people most likely to buy from you. The question is, how do you define and use that buyer persona to achieve these goals?
Gathering Data Is Essential
The goal first is to determine who is the target market or buyer persona. A wide range of data can help with this, including information about who is buying your product now, why or when they are, and how they do so. You also want to consider more than just demographics. For example, where are they learning about or seeking information about your company? You want to know what type of technology they are using, too.
Once that data is in hand, it is then possible to develop videos that either portray that buyer or work to attract those people to your product. When you do this, you can achieve significant growth within your business.
What You Can See Happen
Video is an excellent way to use your buyer persona for the best possible outcome. The reason is simple – it is visual. When people can see others like this or when they can interact with stories and messages that they respond to, they are more likely to buy from you. The benefits may include the following:
- More people will click on your ads and videos. Some studies report that click through rates using video like this can increase by as much as 300 percent.
- Your customers are more likely to take action after watching your video. They identify with the person they see and, as a result, are more willing to buy.
- They may buy more because they feel more comfortable with you and your product. When your video allows them to relate to them, they end up more willing to spend.
The key here is identifying your buyer persona, developing video to attract them, and then being ready to deliver. You should keep this persona as part of your brand, which means all segments of your marketing campaign should focus on it. When you achieve this, you see your company’s growth occur. You see more sales. And, you develop more followers who know and trust your brand.
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