Video is a powerful—and sometimes underestimated—resource for small business owners, and despite what you may think, it can also be a very affordable marketing tool, too.
There are several types of videos you can create, and there are just as many ways you can use them for your business. In fact, from just one short video you can actually get a great deal of marketing mileage—meaning you’re getting more bang for your buck. And not only is it extremely affordable—it’s also very potent. Video content has the ability to reach consumers’ emotions in a way that text simply can’t.
If you’re considering adding video to your business’s marketing mix, then next week’s free webinar is for you. By attending on Tuesday August 29th, you will learn:
The importance of video content
What makes great video content
How to get your video in front of your target audience in search results
Name: Unleash The Power of Video
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm EST
Date: Thursday August 29th 2013
Register: Sign up for the event here
About the Presenter
Adam Dince is the Head of Organic Search for e-Business, Deluxe. Prior to Deluxe, Adam acted as the VP, Director of Search and Content Strategy at MRM, a global full-service digital agency.
Adam has over thirteen years of internet marketing experience spanning across SEO, content strategy, Web development, social media marketing and optimization, web analytics, and holistic digital strategy. Adam received his BS in Business Information Systems from San Diego State University and is Advanced SEO Certified through SEMPO. One of Adam’s biggest accomplishments was co-writing the organic search section of the book Digital Impact: The Two Secrets to Online Marketing Success, by Geoff Ramsey, CEO of eMarketer.
Adam is an avid blogger about all things digital marketing. He keeps his own blog as well as guest blogging for other highly reputable digital publications.
Adam has lived in a handful of places, most recently New York City, and now resides Woodbury, Minnesota. In his free time Adam enjoys drumming, piano, concerts, writing, and taking road trips with his dog Sam.
Follow Adam on Twitter — @adamdince