With 400 hours of video content uploaded to YouTube every minute, YouTube continues to grow faster than anyone can keep up with. The power of video continues to be validated by these shocking statistics about YouTube. There is no shortage of content on YouTube and it doesn’t seem to be slowing. Read More
According to “The Digital Journey to Wellness,” a Google and Compete Inc. hospital study, 77% of patients used search engines and 83% used hospital sites before booking an appointment. In today’s digital world, prospective patients are now ACTIVE PARTNERS in their medical journeys. If you are a part of this journey, you will be able to increase patient acquisition for your hospital.
This creates a huge opportunity for you. Hospitals are in an inevitable position with lots of in-house experts, as well as a hungry audience eager to research a vast amount of health-related topics. Many healthcare organizations have expanded their priorities from simply growing their online and social media presence to actually engaging with patients and consumers on various platforms.
And there’s arguably no better engagement tool than video marketing. Video can connect and educate while humanizing the organization. Read More
When it comes to video marketing, every marketer needs an immediate win.
And the way to do that is to invest in videos that are conversion-focused.
Video is used for many marketing purposes – from building awareness and generating engagement. But when you want an immediate conversion response, there are some specific types of videos that will bring a quicker ROI.
Conversions are achieved through getting your audience to do something or take a particular action. These conversions can range from downloading white papers to requesting a demo of your products. These actions can often result in leads converting into customers online or even in your offline business.
Videos that immediately convert show immediate value. To do this, they must spark an interest in the audience’s mind – “I need that!”
When done right, these kinds of videos bring maximum bang for your buck right at the start of your video marketing strategy paving the way for upper funnel content marketing.
Let’s take a look at some of the key elements and types of conversion videos based on distribution location:
Live video is a growing trend that we’ve all noticed on Facebook.
Whether it’s your best friend showing off a vacation spot or a company streaming the ribbon cutting of its newest store, many people are experimenting with it. If you’re a marketer, you should consider incorporating live video into your marketing strategy.
There is no question that video is playing a bigger role in marketing than ever before.
Marketers are tasked not only with determining what type of content to create to engage customers, but they must also decide on the best method for deploying videos. For those who are new to video, it may seem easy and effective to host your videos on YouTube. Newcomers are partially right. It is easy, but it’s definitely not the most effective video player for most businesses.
Here are five reasons why your company should host videos using a YouTube alternative.Read More
Posting videos to social media is an effective way to engage consumers.
Videos can serve as an introduction, they can teach viewers about your product, or they can help establish your company as an expert by helping consumers solve a problem. Whatever your social media video goals are, it’s important to properly execute the creation and distribution of your content. Posting videos to social media can help you reach your social media goals.Read More
Working with the media can be a great way to promote your business.
News stories reach a large audience and those stories are often shared on social media, sometimes hundreds of times! Also important for those on a tight marketing budget, it’s free. Sounds great right? It probably is, but there are a few things you should consider before agreeing to put your company in the spotlight.
As a former journalist, I hated public relations professionals that took the steps I am recommending. They take up time and can limit a new station’s ability to craft a story the way it was envisioned. However, as a professional working to protect your company and its reputation, following these steps will allow you to help control the way your company is perceived.Read More
Video is one of the strongest tools you can incorporate into your marketing strategy.
It not only engages potential customers, but it also educates those customers about your product or service. If done well, some videos can even sell for you. Creating content that leads to sales is the goal of many marketing strategists. They think, if I can create an effective explainer, my job is done right?
Wrong! Many marketers make this big mistake!
If you are only creating a product overview or an explainer video, you’re missing out on a lot of opportunity.
Imagine this! You are looking for a new job and decide to apply for an open position using only a paper resume. While submitting a resume has historically been the best approach, new tools and tactics are often needed to help you land a job interview. You can submit an application online, connect with the hiring manager on LinkedIn, or even reach out to a recruiter via email to express your interest. Pairing the traditional resume submission with some of the newer outreach methods is a more effective strategy to help you get hired.
Similarly to the job search example, marketers are limiting themselves if they don’t make content for all stages of the sales funnel. Some customers respond well to product overview and explainer videos. Others won’t engage with your content unless they are first introduced to your company in a way that’s not overbearing. Read More
Right now, more than 200,000 clinical studies are going on worldwide, with doctors and researchers studying countless aspects of health and medicine like heart disease, diabetes, nutrition, cancer, drug treatments, pneumonia, childhood food allergies, even acne.
All of the studies, however, have one thing in common: At some point, the results need to be presented to the medical community and key stakeholders. And that’s where Myriad Genetic Laboratories are greatly improving the way this information is communicated and shared.
Using the Power of Video to Communicate Research
There’s no denying the power of video, which uses both sight and sound to capture the attention of the viewer, making the message concise and easier to understand. Here are a few statistics you may not know:
According to INSIVIA, viewers retain 95% of a message when they watch it in a video compared to 10% when reading it in text.
Forrester Research says that overall, employees are 75% more likely to watch a video than to read documents, emails or web articles.
How does all that translate to a researcher’s clinical study results? After all, doctors aren’t marketers, and they aren’t in the business of providing entertainment. However, when used as a communication tool, video can make complicated scientific information better understood, far more accessible, and can dramatically increase the size of the audience. Read More