As effective as Video Brochures are, using them is less expensive than you might think. Seriously, you know that cell phone you keep with you most of the time? Well, you already have a video recorder. Ohhh, and when you take a prospect to dinner, I bet it costs more than $20 to $65 like Video Brochures typically do per unit. With that said, ROI with them is absolutely fantastic… meaning spending $20 to $65 per unit will become a welcomed expense!
It has been said that an image is worth a thousand words. For a video, multiply that by another thousand. That’s why video marketing works so well, and why many of our clients continue to send Video Brochures to their target audiences as part of their usual marketing campaigns.
Effectively, videos do a wonderful job of telling consumers about products, services and opportunities. They increase engagement and educate viewers, and they allow companies to reach their most-likely-customers in the most effective way.
In other words, people love videos… and using them in marketing is a brilliant, highly effective strategy.
Talk about a way to increase brand awareness, traffic to landing pages, websites, calls-to-action and/or sales… Well, videos get the job done! And the results are quite amazing!
With that said, the key to success with them is getting the right prospects to watch them. Fortunately, Video Brochures do that with great ease and satisfaction… both for the sender and recipient. Yep, that’s right — recipients typically enjoy receiving them. Isn’t that different from most other forms of marketing media???
As you’re probably well aware, many businesses now use videos more and more to engage their customers and prospects. At the same time, so do their competitors. Why? Because they’re extremely effective, and highly productive.
To take advantage of this — once again — the key to success with videos is to get the right prospects to watch them. And, when you do, very good things tend to happen.
By the slim chance you aren’t familiar with them, here are some short clips showing Video Brochures in action.
Using videos has become the most effective strategy in marketing. It’s also the type of content many consumers expect to find nowadays. As a result, the more you use them, the better your response rates should be.
With that said, here are ways to use Video Brochures that typically work very well:
While there are other ways to use Video Brochures, what consumers typically want to learn is if whatever you’re selling is the perfect solution for their wants and/or needs. Honestly, from what we’ve seen in the past 30+ years in business, no other strategies do it better than Video Brochures… And again, they’re less expensive than you might think.
At MediaFast, our business model is to offer the best products, prices, advice and customer service at all times. We only use brand new, Grade A components to make everything we sell, and if something we sell doesn’t work like it should, we’ll fix or replace it right away.
Also, we know what it takes to design, manufacture and deliver marketing media that’ll work. Plus, we get it done on time, and we offer a full sorting and distribution service so our clients can remain focused on what they do best. To learn more, click: Why We’ll Mail Your Video Brochures For You.
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Having owned Villager Magazine in Utah, I’ve worked in marketing for over twenty years.
I started writing for MediaFast in 2014, and the first time I held a Video Brochure, I instantly thought something like, “This blows away our magazine…and any other print advertising I’ve ever known. It’s like I’m holding a TV commercial in my hands. These things are amazing!”
Since then, Video Brochures, Video Mailers and Video Boxes have become marketing superstars. Writing about them is definitely a privilege, and with regards to MediaFast—with its industry-leading product quality, outstanding customer service, and phenomenal associates—I feel like I couldn’t have picked a better group of people to work with.