Best Practice #7 – Inform to be admired.
Many people love to look at pictures and watch movies, so it’s unsurprising that 65% of online users are visual learners (Social Science Research Network). Because that’s the case, you can make the most of video marketing as a means of instruction. One method to inform your audience is to let them know the positive thoughts of other customers; after all, testimonial videos are more effective than any other form of content marketing, according to Shutterstock-owned Webdam.
Best Practice #8 – Don’t hesitate to integrate.
Video shouldn’t have to be a standalone item. Instead, tie it into your CRM or marketing automation software. Just 15% of marketers are currently integrating video throughout their tech stack, noted MacMaster. “Just think, you could join that 15% and track who’s viewed which videos, how long they watched for, and even see parts they re-watched!” she said.
Best Practice #9 – Let your hair down.
Everyone always talks about engagement. What does that mean? It means you don’t want people to tune out. Find a way to be captivating so that your viewer doesn’t want to look away. Humor is often helpful, according to HubSpot founder Dharmesh Shah.
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