Using a Video Box to send samples and gifts pays extremely well. Why? Because it capitalizes on the power of videos to do superb marketing, and it helps companies impress clients they already have as well as gain new ones.
Marketing Strategies Significantly Impact Revenue
Marketing is one of the few processes that significantly impact revenue in business. In many industries, companies who are good at it outperform their competitors while others who aren’t tend to struggle.
For example, there are several pizza chains who owe the majority of their success to great marketing. Even though their pizza isn’t nearly as tasty (in my opinion) as some of their competitors, they sell substantially more slices practically every day. The same is true for beer and hamburgers. While I could continue on about this, my guess is you’ve already thought of a few other products that sell more often mainly because of great marketing rather than high quality.
With that said, what a Video Box does is present samples and gifts in an extremely impressive fashion. In case you aren’t familiar with them, here is a video highlighting them:
Why You Should Use A Video Box To Send Samples And Gifts
Marketing normally has two specific goals. One is to help companies keep the clients they already have. The other is to help them gain new ones. In similar fashion, Video Boxes do both.
As the name implies, a Video Box includes a video. It makes messages more interesting and memorable, and studies have shown that consumers believe companies who use videos know better how to communicate with them.
As well, 90% of consumers say videos strongly impact their purchasing decisions. On top of that, 80% of consumers are more likely to buy a product they are already considering buying after watching a video about it. If they can’t find a video from a company they want to buy from, they’ll usually search for a video from another company and then buy from them instead.
Conveniently, a Video Box includes a video along with product samples and gifts to make it substantially influential on recipients. With so much included, there aren’t many better ways for companies to impress their targeted prospects.
Also, when recipients receive a Video Box, it almost feels like they’re receiving a gift. It feels uplifting that someone thought highly enough of them to send such an impressive piece of technology. And, in most cases, they can’t resist opening it immediately. Then, the video works its magic, and they usually can’t resist sharing what they’ve just received with others who influence their decisions. Then face-to-face meetings and/or sales tend to happen quickly, and the entire sales process goes fairly fast.
Get New Clients With A Video Box From MediaFast
At MediaFast, we understand the value of marketing. We also understand how important it is for companies to spend their marketing dollars wisely on strategies that work. And, according to the feedback we’ve received, Video Boxes work extremely well.
As soon as the process begins, we help our clients brainstorm, envision, script, and design a Video Box that will meet their objectives. Until everyone agrees that the concept and design is right for what they intend to accomplish, we keep working until everyone is satisfied. With that in mind, we have a pretty good idea of what works and what doesn’t in marketing, which gives us a distinct advantage over many of our competitors, and it helps us satisfy our customers.
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.