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The way in which people are consuming information and have brands captured in their memory is fast changing. From Amazon to Netflix to digital marketing videos shared on Facebook, a video is fast becoming the most powerful way for storytelling and getting your message across to the audience you’re targeting.
These days, digital marketing videos are a component of a larger, continuously evolving campaign. Delivering a clear and focused message, they help to add a personable touch, lend a more visual feel and drive in the larger theme through telling a story that will stay with you or connect to your senses. Here we share a sampling of the various video formats you’ll want to help drive you closer to your audience and create interaction and an ongoing relationship.
Deck highlights the importance of Video as a key content marketing channel in building links to achieve various objectives like generating site traffic, SEO, Sales & leads generations and creating a direct channel with your viewers.
Even the greatest products need a little help to get the word out. When Apple releases their next big thing, you get often get a huge conference followed by a beautiful video telling you why you need their product. Whenever you hear of a successful Kickstarter project, there almost always is a video accompanying the crowd-funding project.
Virtually no brand or company is exempt from the influence of video in this day and age, and words alone are simply not enough as we move towards a medium that caters to both our visual and auditory needs to create a powerful impression.
Let’s take a look at Evian’s 2013 ad campaign ’Baby & Me’, where adults suddenly learned what it was to be youthful again. Launched mid 2013, the video has garnered over 100 million views on Youtube to date. Imagine a company selling something as basic as water just got you to think about them, even if it’s for just a minute, and have people share it too. That‘s any marketer or startup’s dream.