If you have a small business, your marketing campaign needs video. Of all the ways you can sell your business, video is the most relatable, the easiest for viewers to absorb and retain, and the most likely to be passed from one customer to the next.
One of the principal shortcomings of businesses is their failure to establish a recognizable brand. The easiest way to remedy this issue is to capture the attention of consumers by distinguishing your business from the competition.
There are a lot of videos online, and what draws viewers to watch your video depends on if your video stands out. In making a business video, one main question to answer is who are your customers? Without this key piece of information, it is difficult to create content that satisfies your customers’ needs.
Among small business owners, the one of the top hesitations to video marketing is cost. Unlike Coca-Cola and Red Bull, you probably don’t have the budget to hire an expensive production team. All you may have at your disposal is high definition camera and a computer—but that’s probably all that you need.
Spreecast is the new kid on the block in video chat. With its unique approach to casting live video across the web, there are some definite advantages of using the service as an alternative to Skype, Google Hangout or GoToMeeting.
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