Marketing Tech Blog put out an article with some interesting statistics that we’re going to paraphrase for you here:
So where does your business fit into this equation? What are you doing with video and interactive content to push your marketing efforts forward?
Limousines really lend themselves to the use of video, and we’re not just talking about polished, professionally produced videos, either. User-generated content can be just as effective and, when used the right way, even more effective. The point is that as soon as we said "video," you probably started seeing dollar signs. But the truth is that it doesn’t have to be that expensive and the returns … well, just look at those numbers again.
When and Where to Use User-generated Video Content
While it can be very effective, the simple fact of the matter is that user-generated content can be, and often is, much lower quality than something that you pay for and have professionally shot and produced. For this reason, we recommend saving user content for social media and for your blog. It will perform great in those contexts.
On social media, the real people who send you the video will share the daylights out of it, and if it’s even remotely unique or entertaining, it could give you a very impressive reach. It also provides a dimension of realism that can sometimes become lost in a professional video. Realism equates to trust, so don’t be afraid to post user-generated content on social media.
It works in your blogs as well, by maintaining the reader’s interest longer. Yes, they’ll probably skip reading anything and tap that red arrow right away, but if your blog content is good quality and search engine optimized, it’s all good.
When and Where to Use Produced Video Content
You want your top-shelf content to run the show when it comes to your home page, product (or service) pages, and landing pages. The first thing site visitors should see should be your best content. That means good-quality professional video. When describing your services, you also want to come across as professional. Fan videos don’t convey that attitude of professionalism the same way, so be careful with the user-generated stuff on any page that has to do with sales. When you’re asking for the sale, it's the time to put your best foot forward.
2016 is going to bring with it even more competition for potential clients’ attention. For this reason, we recommend staying current with the trends that will keep the focus on you, and that means, among other things, getting smart about how you use video.
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Posted on Dec 04 2015
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