Social Media marketing: The undeniable marketing power of YouTube and video marketing

 

YouTube and Video marketing are very, very powerful!!  Video is a quality marketing medium, but for some strange reason it’s often ignored!

In the USA around 50% of Internet users watch online video daily! That’s a lot of people watching a lot of video!

What would capture your attention more, someone Tweeting you a quality video to watch or just another email?  I see hundreds of ready to delete emails in my inbox most days, but when I receive an interesting Tweet with a video, I’ll watch it.

Why?  Because it captures my attention, it’s different and it’s easy to watch.  If I’m not interested, one click & it’s gone anyway!

I am strongly recommending any company, but particularly construction, property development and demolition companies to use more video for their marketing!  Why?  Because it’s cost effective and it gets noticed!


People like to be entertained, they remember it and they talk about it to other people!

 

Video can say a lot about your company, these clips are short samples of what can be done, they’re to the point and they grab people’s attention!

If you want to know more just call us!   Call 01473 435308


Video can offer all kinds of effects which can be great for not only marketing, but training too!  Construction Marketing UK  can offer a great selection of video services!

If you are in construction, property development or any of the related trades or services, why not video customer testimonials?  Interviewing a happy customer in his newly built dream home, in his stylish new extension or even just standing in his recently fitted designer kitchen has got to be good publicity.   Then add the video to your website or Blog and Tweet it to all your followers and put it on Facebook.  That’s using Social Media properly, that’s engaging with potential customers and getting your brand out there!!  The thing to remember is that once a quality video is out there and marketed properly, it’s always there for people to refer to and great for Google page ranking!


 

The video above was very cheap to make and is a bit of fun for my ‘shareholders’ on the phenomenal new Social Media networking game, Empire Avenue, but training videos could very easily be produced using this same format!  Very easy to do, very effective and entertaining!

Tell us what you need and we’ll get working for you!!   Whether it’s a standard video made from photographs, a special effects marketing introduction for your services or products or a training cartoon movie, we can provide a cost effective solution.  Whatever you need for Social Media marketing we can provide, producing the video is the first step, getting it out there to your audience is just as important and we can do that for you too!  It’s all part of the service!


If you find this information interesting, please share it on Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Digg, or whichever Social Media platform you prefer.  Please use the Wibiya toolbar or the sharebar to vote on BizSugar, Serpd, StumbleUpon and Blokube.  Social Media is all about sharing quality information, so spread the good news!

If you want to get started with a Social Media video marketing campaign, or if you really need a Blog and you need one NOW!!  Call Peter on 01473 435308 or email peter@constructionmarketinguk.co.uk and we’ll explain just how cost effective a Blog can be or we’ll tell you about our Social Media starter system, which is very cost effective!

 

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About Peter

British born Peter L Masters has been a writer for many years and Cut Limbo is his first published novel. Back in the late 70's and early 80's he was the singer/songwriter for cult punk band Spasmodic Caress. The controversial "Hit the Dead" track was released by 4AD in 1980 and decades later re-released by US punk band The Spits. Subsequent tracks such as "Waiting" "SPG" and "Ambition" are now on YouTube. The inspiration for Cut Limbo comes from a combination of experiences gained whilst travelling and living in Europe and Asia, a love of the punk rock era and everything it stood for, and a passion for books and movies. Cut Limbo was originally written by Peter as a screenplay and inspired by classic movies such as Pulp Fiction, True Romance, Jackie Brown and Get Shorty. (A big thanks to Quentin Tarantino and Elmore Leonard) The story of what went on at Schipol airport, Amsterdam, just had to be told.
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4 Responses to Social Media marketing: The undeniable marketing power of YouTube and video marketing

  1. Barry says:

    Cracking article Peter and I endorse your views wholeheartedly.

    • Peter says:

      Hi Barry,

      Thanks very much! I feel YouTube is ignored by business because they feel it is just too expensive! You don’t need to hire a production team, we don’t need to make a Hollywood epic!

      Thanks for dropping bye gain, always good to see you. great to see LetUsBeSocial going from strength to strength!

      All the very best, Peter

  2. Rob Cameron says:

    Hi Peter, great article. Some good videos on here.

    • Peter says:

      Hi Rob, great to hear from you!!

      Thanks very much for the positive comments. I can’t believe that people aren’t using YouTube more, it’s so cost effective and people effective!

      Glad you like the article, I love video articles because not many people produce them or they just add 1 and don’t say anything!

      Thanks for dropping by, all the very best, Peter

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