Do you feel like this?
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know you need to be using video and Facebook for your marketing – and have you heard all the recent buzz about Pinterest?
Video is important for all your marketing channels – but what can you do if you’re terrified of getting in front of a camera?
Video is absolutely essential to keep your business visible online – and I’m here to reassure you that you DON’T HAVE TO appear yourself.
GET NOTICED ON SOCIAL MEDIA
The last few months have been difficult for many businesses. You need to get your essential messages in front of as many of your target clients as possible – not easy at the moment when social media is so busy…
When you present your message in an eye-catching graphic, video or gif, there’s a far better chance it’ll be noticed.
ONLINE VISIBILITY ESSENTIALS is the ultimate solution to getting noticed – this value-packed bundle offers 10 DIY visual content templates, 3 branded testimonial videos and your business logo in animated format.
Full details HERE
WHATEVER YOU WANT TO SAY – SAY IT
Not only do you need to be using video, you need to be using it regularly – at least 3 times per week – and sharing on all your social networks, your website and your blog.
That’s what it takes to be noticed online these days.
Any old video won’t do – online attention spans are miniscule (8 seconds or less) so your video HAS to be eye-catching in order to stop the endless scroll…
What if you’re a camera-shy business owner who’s pushed for time, with no idea of how to create attention-grabbing videos or set up successful ad campaigns, not to mention publishing regular blog posts?
Option 1: spend hours researching via Google and YouTube, to discover that although there are plenty of free tools out there, the results you get with them are often disappointing.
don’t take my word for it…
See what my clients say about the work I’ve done for them…
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