Using video in your messaging works, research shows that viewers retain 95% of a message from a video compared to 10% when reading it in the text. Video can be used in lots of different ways and the 2nd part of this blog will offer five more ways to try and help you see how it can work for you.
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A video is a great way of supporting a multitiered content strategy that builds a loyal and engaged following as opposed to a one-off viral hit. A strong social content strategy is less about isolated campaigns and more about creating ongoing content, evolving your audience into advocates.
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58% of all video and over half of all internet traffic is from a mobile device. This growth isn’t going to stop any time soon. So, the chances are, your audience is seeing your message on a small screen, whilst doing something else at the same time. You need to capture their interest quickly and retain it.
Metrics depend on the where the videos are hosted, LinkedIn measures:
A great way to increase engagement levels is to make your videos interactive. There are lots of ways you can do this, such as choice-based storytelling, but you can also draw upon the power of your events via live streaming or Live Edit. Capturing key messages from customer events, product launches, exhibitions or conferences and being able to share them at the moment or have a summary edited and ready to share the same/next day is a great way of staying in the moment.
We all have times where we’ve got less to talk about. Relax, this is okay, it happens! The big danger you have is running into a situation where your customers are no longer responding to you. They’ve forgotten who you are and why they liked your content in the first place means you need to start that conversation again.
Teaser videos can trickle brand content in the quiet times, even just a few seconds of video reminding them who you are and why they should continue to engage with you over a competitor.
If you’re thinking about video in your content and communications strategy we can help you, get in touch!