A Guide to Online Video Marketing [eBook]

Submitted by: Brendan Cournoyer, Director of Content Marketing, Brainshark

November 16, 2012 11:04 AM

Ready to get started with video marketing? Let our new eBook be your guide!

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Studies show that more video content is a top priority for marketers in 2012 and beyond. The good news is that with today’s technology, it’s easier than ever for companies of all sizes to create, share and track online presentations for video marketing.

Of course, to get the most bang for your video marketing buck, it’s important to have a solid strategy in place. To help you get started, we here at Brainshark have released our brand new Video Marketing eBook, a one-stop resource to help marketers become more successful with online video.

The eBook is filled with great tips for planning your strategy, creating quality content and delivering it across multiple channels for the most value. Some of the topics covered include:

  • What a top-notch video marketing team looks like with details on the key roles involved
  • SEO and YouTube optimization tips for attracting more viewers to your content
  • Ideas for using video to improve the effectiveness of your email marketing campaigns
  • Key reporting metrics and data to focus on
  • And a whole heck of a lot more

Plus throughout the text, Brainshark customers will find a slew of “Shark Tips” and links to additional resources to help leverage the Brainshark solution to get the most out of your video marketing efforts.  Oh, and the best news? It’s totally, completely, 100% FREE! Simply click the link below to check it out, and be sure to share your feedback in the comments to let us know what you think!

More tips and ideas for online video marketing:

Download Our Video Marketing eBook

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Tags: content marketing, external communications, tips and tricks, video, SEO

 
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