Video content is an essential part of your marketing strategy for your financial service firm. From explaining the benefits of intangible investment products to encouraging people to open up a savings account, video content has a strong potential to not only increase ROI for marketing but also improve your relationship with your customers.
Implementing a live video experience for your brand is an incredible opportunity to bring your audience together. Whether you are filming product demonstrations or a roundtable interview, your audience can use your live broadcast as an opportunity to stay informed on what your business is doing. There are plenty of platforms available to produce your live broadcast, so it’s easier than ever for companies to do this. Below, we have a few pointers for businesses to consider before implementing a live video experience.
It’s that time of year when every business is re-thinking their business plan and marketing strategy – with good reason. A new year is about to begin and the next decade will either make or break your business.
Video marketing is a distinct niche in the content marketing world, one that seemingly requires a bunch of work and expertise to effectively pull off. The good news is that this isn’t necessarily true! No matter what your company is doing the video realm or how you feel about video in general, there’s no denying the power and impact that video marketing can have for your business. Recently, Marketing Eye engaged Robotic Marketer in a discussion on LinkedIn Live, delving into the nature of video marketing. A 2018 study from Wyzowl reports that “81% of businesses use video as a marketing tool,” which is up from 63% in 2017. Going into 2020, it’s more important than ever to integrate video into your marketing efforts.
Tellus Holdings is an infrastructure development company in the business of creating economic, social and environmental value from waste resources, salt and clay. Integral to Tellus is their mission to contribute to be a safer and cleaner Australian company.
As part of the website redevelopment, the key messaging was determined and communicated to the public across all channels to align all their rebranding efforts. Additional marketing assets were created as key tools of communication for events such as information brochures and annual reports. These documents highlighted the efforts of Tellus for their clients to see.
As a further extension of the marketing efforts, Marketing Eye developed branding for their cargo, which worked as a great visual promotional tool.