Video Marketing Trend

Have you started getting in front of the camera yet?

I remember a time when uploading photos was the “thing.” Now, videos have taken over because people have gotten more accustomed to convenience and no longer like to read. They just want to sit in front of the computer to “watch” the information they want to learn.  In conclusion, you need to start making videos and using it as a tool for marketing. They want to see what you look like, how you talk, if you have personality, if they can relate to you because people like to do business with people they like. With that said, PRESENTATION IS EVERYTHING!

Yesterday, Natalie Gouche, Social Media Trainer, announced a 60 day video challenge and right away, people (including myself) got excited! Why? Because so many people shy away from it or may feel insecure about being on camera but a “challenge” will give them an excuse to finally get it done. Or someone like me, who loves being in front of the camera but needs to practice consistency.

So stay tuned for more details and if you want to join us, Go ahead and join our private facebook page group: Don’t join the group if you aren’t planning on joining the challenge!

In the spirit of “video marketing” here is my Day #1 Video for the 60 Day Video challenge. 59 days to go!  I just recently came across this program called Viewbix that allowed me to add buttons and links right on my video frame!

So I urge you to conquer your fear, turn the camera on and start with telling us who you are, your company name, what your company is about and how we can find you online. Here’s my Video #1 for the 60 Day Challenge… Enjoy!

Sweeney Mae - Events in the City Trailer

Published by Sweeney Mae - Marketing and Events Expert

Sweeney Mae is an award-winning Marketing Professional who has organized thousands of events and has collaborated with hundreds of organizations in the last 10 years of her career. She has worked with some of the great movers and shakers in the industry: Bill Walsh, America's Business Expert; Jarvee Hutcherson, Founder of Multicultural Motion Pictures Association; Max Amini, Actor and Comedian; Apl de Ap with the Black Eyed Peas and many more! Some of the organizations she's worked with includes: The American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, NBA All Stars and more! She's passionate about helping start ups and small business owners in improving their marketing skills and strategy.

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