YouTube is fertile ground for advertising, providing access to a huge population of potential customers. For local businesses, there is a great opportunity to capture the attention of a new, broader, more relevant audience with your advertising. Let’s walk through everything you need to know about YouTube advertising, from what it is, to the types of ads you can run, and how to get the most out of each campaign.
Many businesses have been shut down for a while due to the outbreak. As restrictions slowly begin to ease, businesses are gearing up to reopen and resume providing their products and services. To help you navigate this transition, we have compiled four marketing tactics that should be included in your marketing efforts when re-opening your business.
What comes to mind when you think of YouTube? Videos, videos and more videos I would say. There is plethora of visual content accessible to over one billion users, with audiences on average spending 40 minutes a day on simply watching videos. 18-49-year-olds prefer watching YouTube over any TV network, with views generating into the billions. It’s quite an interesting shift we are living through; a world where YouTube videos are viewed on TV screens, and TV content being watched on YouTube. It is said that by 2020, more than 80% of online traffic will
86% of internet users have been swayed by video advertising to purchase a product. That’s almost double that of written content, sitting at only 44%. This staggering statistic highlights the serious power of video when it comes down to the nitty-gritty of purchasing behaviour. So why is video advertising so successful when it comes to engaging audiences? The answer lies in consumer psychology. There are 3 ‘powers of persuasion’ (also known as the pillars of rhetoric) that can be
There is no shortage of material circulating business hubs imploring marketers to make the shift towards video advertising – but what is it about video content that makes it so successful? The plain and simple answer is that it works. Here are a few insights into the powers at play when it comes to why video advertising is taking the market by storm, and why more and more businesses are (rightly) jumping on the bandwagon. #1 Video Advertising Increases
My first ever attempt at making a video ad was in Year 7 English class. As far as I was concerned, I was equal parts actress, director, producer, project manager and script writer. I was unstoppable. Totally out of my depth, but unstoppable. The video I made ran for 12 minutes. Yes, that was the condensed version. No, you could not have convinced me to cut anything out. Fast-forward to presentation day, minute 1 of my ad was a sensation,