I’m a great believer that any time is always the best time to start something beneficial – whether it be of a professional or personal nature. This article therefore, is written especially if you don’t know where to start with video in your business and/or you’ve been videoing for a while but would like some fresh ideas.
If you’ve been on the sidelines, wondering whether video is for you or your business, my one comment for you is that it IS. I can’t think of any business that cannot incorporate video into its marketing initiatives. That’s a bold statement to make, I know; I welcome you to take me up on that challenge – if you think your business is “outside” video then please share below in the comments section and let’s see where that challenge takes the both of us.
Let’s look at lots of ways you can incorporate video into your business’s marketing initiatives:
It doesn’t matter that you haven’t got a gazillion videos already perfectly produced and crafted to upload. Start with just ONE. And while it’s strutting its upload stuff at YouTube, then start thinking about its sequel. Too often people get stuck in the detail and forget the step called “execution”. As that sports brand constantly reminds us: Just Do It!
Create a list of topics your business can create a video about. Stuck? Here’re some subjects to start your creative juices flowing:
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Create a Calendar
When you first start producing videos you may have squillions of subjects or none at all – it doesn’t matter where you’re currently sitting you can bet your bottom dollar that one day you’ll be struggling with ideas.
The solution is to create a video production calendar and then stick to it. Not sure how to start? It could be something very simple like creating one video/month/fortnight/ week. If weekly seems a bit too daunting because you’re not sure you’ll be able to come up with enough interesting content then chunk that goal down further – it could look something like this:
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Share your videos
Remember to include your freshly-created video links in each relevant newsletter and/or blog post you create to make it easy for everyone who’s interested in your business to view.
Serialise your videos
Aim to keep your videos short (preferably less than 2 minutes) – if you cannot produce a video this short then consider turning it into a serial – eg, Widget A – Part 1, Widget A – Part 2, Widget A – Part 3, etc. If you go down this path then it’s a good idea to produce & upload all videos at once to ensure maximum continuity;
Embed your videos
Ensure relevant videos (eg, FAQs) are embedded onto your website. If your videos are relevant to other businesses ensure you give them the embed code as well.
Rinse & Repeat
Like any new habit, it only works if it’s the implementer is persistent and consistent ensuring the new ‘conscious action’ becomes an ‘unconscious habit’.
As always, your thoughts are always interesting – so please feel free to comment and/or share your ideas, input and critique in what we’re chatting about here.
We look forward to reading what you’ve written, so please don’t be shy!