Video can be a great way to visually show potential customers what you do in a much more engaging way than a text description. In a recent survey, released earlier this year in our 2015 Video Marketing Cheat Sheet infographic, we found that four times as many consumers would rather watch a video about a product than read about it. But we also found that consumers prefer shorter videos. For today’s Spotlight on Business, we take a look at one company’s short marketing video and provide some tips on how to create your own.
Before we get to the tips, check out this short video, created by one of the winners of the 2015 Start Something Challenge, Angel Hugs 4 All. Business owner Angela Huggins tells us, “My company involves teaching children ages four to twelve how to make dolls and sew fabric.”
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In her 25-second video, which includes 8 photographs and a title, Angela is able to effectively share the experience of her classes. We see children having fun making dolls, we see the final product, and we see a call to action that includes a phone number that people can call to get more information.
Want to make your own short business video? Here are some tips to help you get started.
Once you’ve created your short business video, we’d love to see it. Share a link with us in the comments below.