How To Use Video Testimonials

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Every business owner appreciates a good testimonial from clients, and most satisfied customers love giving them.  Yelp! is an excellent example where many consumers go to post and read “reviews” or testimonials? So what happens when you create video testimonials? Pamela Vaughn reported on August 21, 2012 in a HubSpot blog that “On Facebook, videos are shared 12X more than … Read More

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The Power of Testimonials In Social Media

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Most cities or towns have a local paper or magazine with some sort of contest where the community and loyal clients vote for the best of best in different industries. Within social media restaurants ask for reviews on Yelp!, hair salons can request you “like” their page on Facebook and local real estate agents will ask for a “recommendation” on … Read More

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How Can You Leverage YouTube with Social Media?

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Posting your video on YouTube is one of several hosting sites where you can leverage and attract serious traffic. It currently has the largest audience. You can brand your business more effectively by using other social media platforms with video. One of the most effective ways to leverage your YouTube videos is by posting them on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. … Read More

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Can a Video Help Brand Your Business?

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Alexei Oreskovic of Reuters reported on Jan. 23 2012 that “YouTube, Google Inc’s video website, is streaming 4 billion online videos every day, a 25 percent increase in the past eight months, according to the company.” One major reason for the huge increase is they have gone beyond your personal computer and have implemented a smartphone version. They are also … Read More

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Is Google TV Coming to Your Community?

Google Inc.’s YouTube is expected to announce this week that it has signed several partnerships with media companies and popular personalities to provide original content for the popular YouTube website. According to the Wall Street Journal, “YouTube is trying to become a next-generation cable provider overseeing dozens of free online “channels” with professional-grade shows, people familiar with the matter have … Read More

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