You’ve probably seen a lot information on the internet and on the news about the massive explosion of video in 2015.
It’s true. Facebook and YouTube are really fighting it out tooth and nail to grab their share of the video market.
Facebook has really stepped it up. We’re uploading 74% more videos to Facebook than we were this time last year.
And estimates say that by 2018, not very far from now, 84% of us internet traffic will be video.
So why aren’t you using video to market your business?
I have an idea around that.
My name is Lynn Ruby of Ruby Marketing Systems. I teach entrepreneurs and small business owners how to use video to market their business.
And I want to suggest a paradigm shift for you. Here’s what I see typically happen with small business owners and entrepreneurs who aren’t using video in their business.
As entrepreneurs, small business owners, we may think that in order to be on camera ourselves, we have to be perfect. And you do not. That’s what I’m here to tell you #1.
And number 2, we often have a fear of being in front of the camera because we think that it is the equivalent to being in front of a live audience in front of hundreds of people and getting up on stage and talking to them and that frightens the pants off of many of us!
And that also is simply not true.
In fact, video is really a one to one, eyeball to eyeball conversation. It’s me and you talking to one another.
It’s not a whole crowd of people watching me at one time.
So when you get on camera I want you to have that mental image in your head that you are simply sitting down and talking with a very good client or a very good prospect and having a conversation with them.
Use that paradigm shift and that viewpoint to make better video.
I invite you to attend one of these events with me.
Simply click the link below, get yourself registered and I’ll see you there.
Join me on Tuesday, May 19 in Tucson to learn about using video in your email marketing.
How to Increase Your
Email Open Rates Using Video
Create Video without Wasting Time or Getting Overwhelmed
May 19 – Tucson, Arizona