To Contract or Create Your Own Video
Three weeks ago, we sent Meagan and Heather to the Founder Fuel Demo Day and C100’s Accelerate MTL... Read MoreCategory: Video Marketing
It might be tempting to jump in head first and do what your gut tells you to do when you’re getting into the video marketing space. As Outbrain notes, making a video is so easy in the current marketplace that a lot of companies jump on board without really thinking their strategy through.
The first place to start should be a video marketing plan. Pathing the way with a good video marketing strategy ahead of time is integral to the entire process. Your videos need to reflect well on your company to set yourselves apart. Keep reading to find out how you can get your video marketing plan started.
Start thinking about what you want your videos to accomplish. It’s important to determine what your videos are for and who the audience is.
Considering your audience is key. Are your viewers consumers or businesses? If you’re offering SaaS targeted at businesses, your approach will be very different than if you’re aiming your product at consumers.
When making a series of videos, it’s smart to write out a video content plan. You should lay out the types of videos you want to create.
You can break down your videos based on their purpose. What videos can you use to raise awareness about your brand? To show overall features about your service? To dig deeper into a product? Or you can even use a client testimonial video. The point is you want to have an array of content you can use at different levels of the sales funnel.
Think about the performance metrics of your videos:
Make sure your video content is aligned to your specific marketing goals. Different organizations will want to measure different metrics. The key is utilizing the information to improve your campaigns over time.
Are you ready to start your own video marketing plan?
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