Whiteboard videos – where to use them
Different ways to use your whiteboard videos
So you have your whiteboard video, now what ? Whiteboard videos are versatile, do you think your only option is to place it on your web page and that’s it ? Although you might have used the video on your home page’ which is great, there are many other ways to use it .
Maximize your video, don’t limit its usage. Here are just a few of the different options.
This is what our explainer videos are mostly used for; a way to introduce your product or service effectively and quickly to your potential customers. Check out the post http://firsttodraw.com/landing/ for tips on the do’s and don’ts of placing your video on your homepage.
Video is one of the easiest forms of marketing to share. Why not put it on You Tube, Face Book, Twitter, Linked in and many more. You never know it could even go viral. You Tube is the second highest search engine used.
Text alone can be boring and is not always read in full. A whiteboard video delivers your message in an entertaining and fun way to engage your viewers, and they are so much more likely to follow your call to action after viewing a video. It also helps with your S.E.O.
Promote your video by using it in your Email signature; share it with everyone you exchange mail with. You might be surprised how quickly your video message can spread.
This works really well if you have a product or service that is not easy to explain with text alone. Grab the attention of your potential customers, and make your presentation remembered for all the right reasons.
Use your video at your company stand at a conference. Let the video do the talking before you introduce your sales pitch. Use a monitor or a huge screen, and let the video play on a loop, its a sure way to get your potential customers interested in your product/service.
If you have a complex product, or course, to show then a whiteboard video is perfect. The viewer will remember the information much more than they would reading pages and pages of text books. They will visually see what is expected of them in the training course, and it will be much easier to understand.
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