In a recent article by Forbes Magazine, Rashid stated: “video is for everyone,” and I personally could not agree more. Over the years, video technology has been thriving throughout the world. No matter what business endeavor you are in — whether it may be a florist, mortgage, construction, or tech company — video marketing is for you! While working in the business world, it is important to build trust and relationships with your present and future clients by using video.
Using video email not only allows you to have face-to-face interactions with your clients/customers, it also allows you to send messages quickly and more efficiently than ever before. Video marketing will only continue to grow over the years, so if you have not taken advantage of video email for sales, marketing, and service, I recommend you do so with our easy and affordable video email software.
People love using video not only for business purposes, but also in their everyday lives. Whether they’re viewing product reviews, travel destination videos, or service demos, video is delivering the information they need while providing the customer experience they expect. The best part about getting started with video email is that it is easy to use and inexpensive. In fact, utilizing video does not require costly budgets or even marketing staff.
For my own use, I rely on Covideo along with a Logitech C920 webcam that can be purchased for optimal performance. Whether I am in the office or on-the-go, Covideo is laptop-compatible and equipped with a mobile app for on-the-go recording. Reaching my clients through personalized videos has become a whole lot easier and allows me to set myself apart from competitors.
Here’s a sample video I recorded using Covideo that I can use when introducing our software to other businesses.
Have comments or questions on how to get started with video? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or try Covideo for free by visiting https://www.covideo.com/freetrial/. If you are currently using video to build your business and connect with your audience, I’d love to hear from you!
To read the full Forbes article, click here.