• More than two-thirds
of companies now
use video in their
content marketing
strategies
• 78% of organisations
surveyed sa...
Social media is overwhelmingly the most popular means of
sharing video content, using platforms such as:
Twitter

LinkedIn...
Main reasons for
increased use of video:
• Higher engagement
• Reach out to younger audiences
• Improve SEO
People find that video
is the easiest way to
explain what a
company does, and
they prefer to learn

visually
“I expect to see an even bigger rise in businesses
implementing multimedia within their content marketing
strategies in th...
http://www.axonn.co.uk/axonn-research
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Video in Content Marketing

New report: http://axonn.co.uk/axonn-research/video-content-marketing-2013

Brands are always looking for ways to increase engagement with their modern, digital audiences and are enthusiastic about producing multimedia content. Video in content marketing is becoming more prominent and when used effectively has the ability to substantially alter the perception of a brand.

The Axonn Research Video in Content Marketing survey canvassed the opinion of more than 600 creators, consumers and publishers of video content to gauge the frequency with which people view videos and to what end, as well as how people perceive brands that produce video content.

The results demonstrated that more than two-thirds of companies now use video in their content marketing strategies with 78% of organisations surveyed saying they were planning to use more video content in the future.

Seven out of ten people said their perception of a brand was positively altered after seeing interesting video content
A massive 75 per cent of people now share video content, and usually do so using social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook
Almost one in five people are watching daily videos that are to do with their work
Marc Turley, head of Axonn Research, said of the results: “I expect to see an even bigger rise in businesses implementing multimedia within their content marketing strategies in the next year as it is already proving successful in engaging audiences and improving brand perception. This will be further boosted as the number of those with access to a mobile platform increases and sharing among social media users becomes even more prevalent.”

Download the full report now: http://axonn.co.uk/axonn-research/video-content-marketing-2013

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Video in content marketing slideshare

  1. 1. • More than two-thirds of companies now use video in their content marketing strategies • 78% of organisations surveyed said they were planning to use more video content in the future
  2. 2. Social media is overwhelmingly the most popular means of sharing video content, using platforms such as: Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest Facebook
  3. 3. Main reasons for increased use of video: • Higher engagement • Reach out to younger audiences • Improve SEO
  4. 4. People find that video is the easiest way to explain what a company does, and they prefer to learn visually
  5. 5. “I expect to see an even bigger rise in businesses implementing multimedia within their content marketing strategies in the next year as it is already proving successful in engaging audiences and improving brand perception. “This will be further boosted as the number of those with access to a mobile platform increases and sharing among social media users becomes even more prevalent.” Marc Turley Head of Axonn Research
  6. 6. http://www.axonn.co.uk/axonn-research

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