There is a heap of sales clutter on the Internet that is actively annoying and repelling your customers. Don’t let your brand be that guy – instead, your video should be centred around the story and not the sale. Remember: the same rules that apply for writtencontent marketingapply for video marketing – concentrate on the value you’re providing for your customers.Make the most of the emotive power of video by appealing to your consumers’ needs and hidden desires. Scared you’ll lose leads this way? You can always place a strategic and relevant call to action alongside a tracked URL at the end of your video (just make sure it fits into your overall story).Take Warby Parker’s ‘How Glasses are Made’ video, a great example of storytelling it focuses on the origins of the brand, their ethos, culture and people to showcase their eyewear.
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