Getting Started with Video for Your Business
Getting Started with Video for Your Business: Learn how you can start to use video to promote your business.
80% of video marketers say video has directly helped increase sales. In a busy society, target audiences no longer have the time nor the inclination to spend time trying to understand complex messaging from businesses. Video is a great way to capture the engagement of viewers and drive a target market towards action.
This webinar will discuss the benefits of using video in your organisation’s marketing effort and how to start coming up with ideas for creating video that anyone can achieve with even a small budget.
The webinar will cover:
- Why video is an important part of a marketing strategy
- Areas/platforms that can use video
- How video engages viewers
- Ideas for creating video, with minimal equipment or budget
Who should attend?
Anyone considering using video to increase their own visibility online, or increase the brand awareness of their company. This seminar is especially valuable to people new to video. Those with experience may benefit from the section on ideas in particular.This webinar is aimed at SME businesses.
Please note that preference will be given to businesses based in Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire for this webinar.
Paul Ince is owner of LikeMind Media in Loughborough and a digital marketing strategist who believes that the people working within the business are best placed to talk about it. He helps organisations understand their voice and puts strategies in place to amplify it to their market. With nearly 20 years’ experience in the IT industry he has supported many businesses to increase their visibility online and grow their business through digital technology.
Book Your Place
Tuesday 25th August – Book here
Tuesday 20th October – Book here
This webinar will be delivered via Go To webinars.
Any questions please speak to your dedicated Events and Engagement Officer – Bryony Delahaye – 07741 904395
This webinar is hosted by the D2N2 Growth Hub, East Midlands Chamber and part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.