Let’s look at a little history. Back in 2015, Twitter’s in-house analytics found that over 40% of Twitter users considered the platform to be a great place to find video content. In the same research, 70% of Twitter users consume the video content they come upon while scrolling through their timeline.
Fast forward to the last year. In 2018, LinkedIn produced over 300 million impressions based solely off of video content native to the platform.
Content Marketing Projections
Any business develops their business model with projections and goals in mind. Technology conglomerates, in specific, track and analyze preceding data as a way to construct these projections. For 2019, it is estimated that video content will be at least 80% of all digital consumer traffic and consumption.
Ultimately, looking into video production with new or improved content is a simple but effective way to boost your ROI.
Why the Change of Pace?
In the last decade, traditional media has completely transformed. This is not to say “out with the old, in with the new.” Traditional media outlets still exist and serve an important purpose. Although, the impact of new media has become an essential aspect for personal and professional growth, development, and longevity.
We no longer live in a world where information is consumed from print and broadcast media. Information is consumed in a more segmented fashion because we are always on the move. With people to see and things to do, there is much more room for outlets and content geared toward the consumer who is out and about.
Construction of Video Production
Long ago, video production was associated with long form, typically cinematic content. But as we mentioned earlier, things have changed. Video content is now a product of social engagement. On a local level, individuals are far more likely to send one another the 1-2 minute clips they relate to or enjoy through 1-to-1 direct messaging than wait to share it in person.
Turn On Your Business Brain
Looking at this through a business lens, these interactions are incredibly powerful. As we all know, referrals are a very effective form of business development. Referrals also tend to boost consumer retention. The digital landscape provides opportunity for authentic but informal referrals through direct messaging.
Content Gives Context
Video production busts down the door to open up meaningful consumer interaction. Videos just happen to be the most demonstrative type of post because they require the least work for the consumer but provoke the emotional, captivating responses. Video can also act as a feature of transparency and legitimacy in B2B and B2C interactions.
Other concepts to consider for video marketing are:
- Business concepts
- Organizational values
- Community investment
Intentional and Professional Video
Professional outsourcing is typically the best way to ensure that your efforts are going unnoticed. Producing content, video content especially, is time-consuming and often very technical. Professional services are also trained to look past the numbers and data, gathering and adjusting to the immediate analytics for your specific business. Digital professionals are also very well equipped in aiding in the brainstorming process because they understand what is and is not effective across industries.
Find your market and draw them in with video production to make 2019 another year of unmatched growth.