Avoid Making Video Marketing Mistakes – Outsource Your Online Marketing!

Avoid Making Video Marketing Mistakes – Outsource Your Online Marketing!

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Daven Michaels

New York Times Bestselling Author, 30-year business veteran, and Executive Chairman of CurrentC Group.

 Daven Michaels, 123Employee, Outsourcing in the Philippines, Offshore Outsourcing Services, Call Center Services, BPO Services Company, Call Center Services philippines, Philippine Call Center Services, Business Process Outsourcing Services, Outsourcing Company, Virtual assistantAs an online marketer who wishes to take advantage of the benefits of video marketing and you strongly believe that the only way you can have a successful campaign is by making use of annoyingly expensive video marketing service providers? Then you are absolutely wrong! Video marketing can be done by anyone affordably! You do not have to shell out thousands of dollars in order to create videos that can (and will) drive tons of traffic to your website.

Videos are the online marketing tools used by many businesses and organization in order to boost their brand awareness. Many internet marketers are also creating and uploading videos on video sharing sites in order to draw traffic to their site; but video makers are known to make huge video marketing mistakes which will eventually lead to poor viewership. By simply avoiding video marketing mistakes, you will have no choice but to succeed in your online marketing campaign.

The difference between an outsourced video marketing expert and you is that an outsourced video marketing expert knows the video marketing mistakes to avoid and you do not.

Here are just a couple of the video marketing mistakes that your outsourced employee would avoid making:

• Not being convincing enough in the video – No one in their right minds will purchase a product or service from marketers who do not even sound convincing. Seriously, that would be tantamount to flushing good money down the toilet!

• The video is just too annoyingly long! – One word “Yawn!” Unless the video is strictly a training or educational manual, you have no business making your video 10 to 20 minutes long! A two to five minute long video is much better.

• The picture and sound quality is far from being A-Okay! An outsourced marketing service provider usually has the picture & sound quality of marketing videos down to a science. As long as the target audience can hear the content of the video loud and clear, then it is good to go!

• A professional will NEVER EVER leave out call-to-action – Some video makers get carried away by the quality of their videos and forget to let the viewer know what they should do after viewing the video. Example of a call-to-action is informing viewers to click on a link to your blog, site, capture page, facebook page etc.

It is always a great idea to leave your company’s video marketing campaign to an expert; there is so much more to video marketing than you may know. An expert knows how to capture the attention of your target audience and hold it from the beginning to the end of the video

So do the smart thing, outsource your online marketing ASAP!

Daven Michaels is an award-winning outsourcer and author of the book, ‘Outsource This!’ Daven has been honored more than any other individual or outsourcing organization. You can get more information on outsourcing by visiting www.123Employee.com

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