Video Marketing can be an excellent opportunity to to take advantage of the second largest search engine in the world, YouTube. A lot of companies are hesitant to get into video marketing because they think it will be too much effort and too expensive for equipment. The fact is that filming short videos these days can actually be pretty easy and there are plenty of small good quality cameras out there that don’t cost an arm and a leg, making the world of video digital marketing much more accessible.
To first get started with your video marketing strategy, you will want to decide when and how often you want to post videos, and what your goals are for these videos. For example upload once a week on friday with the goal of 1500 YouTube subscribers by the end of the year. The other thing you want to work out is other places to upload your video, like Facebook, Twitter, and even your blog.
Make sure when you’re uploading the video to YouTube that you fill out all of the information about the video. Every one of those fields have SEO value so make sure to work out before you even start filming what keywords you might want to target and make sure to include them in the SEO fields.
Coming up with ideas for a video on a weekly basis can be tough, the best way to get a consistent flow of videos is to do a series of videos. For example you could do a car review a week or Jimmy’s how to where you cover a different topic every week. Also keep a list of video ideas and have regular brainstorming sessions to keep the list populated.
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