As the great American Author, Seth Godin, put it, “People do not buy goods and services, they buy relationships, stories, and magic.” When trying to tell the story of your brand or business, you want to be as creative and humanistic as possible. You may be asking, “How do I do that?”
The answer: video storytelling.
As human beings, we are more prone to interact with visual information rather than reading overwhelming text on a page. With phones and tablets being extremely accessible, we have seen a change in the digital landscape. This includes an exponential decrease in the personal and desktop computer — which is why video marketing has skyrocketed.
There are virtually no boundaries on where, how, and when people can interact with video content. They have the freedom to create fun, innovative and visually appealing content.
Customers can get the critical information they need in short time frame. Large corporate companies, startups, and new businesses are creating compelling video content that captures the story and uniqueness of their brand or product in just a matter of seconds.
It is estimated that 92% of people who consume mobile videos share them with other people, so much larger audiences see it. In fact, Video is projected to claim more than 80% of all web traffic by 2019.
Video marketing is quickly emerging, and the stats prove that it is becoming one of the best marketing mediums out there. Are you ready to boost your brand with video? With the combination of our creative ideas and tech-savvy execution, we can make your next big product a giant success with video storytelling. Call Chatter Marketing today. We’re the answer to boosting your video presence!
Chatter Marketing, Inc. is a full-service advertising, marketing, branding, public relations, and social media agency located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Chatter Marketing team has been creating BUZZ, or “Chatter,” for small and medium-sized organizations since 2013. They use their expertise and strategic skill to identify the client’s most unique selling point(s) and give audiences...something to talk about.