Peter Cobb
February 2009   Co-founder and SVP of Marketing, eBags
Started March2007

    One full-time video producer

    210 videos

    85% self produced, 15% from suppliers

    Pa...
Increased onsite conversions

    Higher customer satisfaction

    SEO

    Presence on social networks

    Enhance ...
Group A – No Video   Group B – With Video
# Product pages        25,000                25,000
         served
Conversion r...
Launched video center in 2008

    Prominent SEO placement

    Liquidated inventory of key product

    Boosted conver...
Facebook

    Twitter

    MySpace

    Digg

    StumbleUpon

    YouTube

    Blogs

    Google Video

    Etc.

100,603 video plays (since May 5 2008)

    Average 260/day, accelerating to 780/day

    Distribution across all channe...
Since July 24th 2008
81,423 unique visitors




111,325 page views
Since Sep 17th 2008
1,138,517 banner impressions




 5,543 video views
Since Jan 16th 2008
102,998 banner impressions




3,699 video views
Tracked since
October 12th 2008
9,337 unique visitors
Since Mid November
 2008 w/Liveclicker
  15,775 views, increasing




• Commission Junction
• LinkShare
Article
eBags Video +
Merchandising
Demos and testimonial most “engaging”

    (people viewing at least 10-seconds)
    Promotion/Interview show lower

    ...
Product demos are
most engaging.
These videos also show
most views on Youtube
Notice the low level of engagement on affiliate site
What people will like more art than science…
Next-generation player

    with integrated
    merchandising

    Social Media development



    Email integration

Getting Started
 Video Production Doesn’t Have To Be Complex
 “Video Everywhere” is the correct strategy

Making it a pr...
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  1. 1. Peter Cobb February 2009 Co-founder and SVP of Marketing, eBags
  2. 2. Started March2007  One full-time video producer  210 videos  85% self produced, 15% from suppliers  Partnered with Silicon Valley startup Liveclicker for  technological aspects
  3. 3. Increased onsite conversions  Higher customer satisfaction  SEO  Presence on social networks  Enhance marketing programs (email, affiliates)  Low-cost way to grab technological edge  Brands love it 
  4. 4. Group A – No Video Group B – With Video # Product pages 25,000 25,000 served Conversion rate 6.63% 10.00% (did not view video) Conversion rate 6.63% 15.84% (viewed video) Conversion rate 50.1% increase N/A (did not view video) Conversion rate N/A 138.9% increase (viewed video)
  5. 5. Launched video center in 2008  Prominent SEO placement  Liquidated inventory of key product  Boosted conversion rates 
  6. 6. Facebook  Twitter  MySpace  Digg  StumbleUpon  YouTube  Blogs  Google Video  Etc. 
  7. 7. 100,603 video plays (since May 5 2008)  Average 260/day, accelerating to 780/day  Distribution across all channels:  onsite, SEO, affiliate, email, social networks.
  8. 8. Since July 24th 2008 81,423 unique visitors 111,325 page views
  9. 9. Since Sep 17th 2008 1,138,517 banner impressions 5,543 video views
  10. 10. Since Jan 16th 2008 102,998 banner impressions 3,699 video views
  11. 11. Tracked since October 12th 2008 9,337 unique visitors
  12. 12. Since Mid November 2008 w/Liveclicker 15,775 views, increasing • Commission Junction • LinkShare
  13. 13. Article eBags Video + Merchandising
  14. 14. Demos and testimonial most “engaging”  (people viewing at least 10-seconds) Promotion/Interview show lower  engagement
  15. 15. Product demos are most engaging. These videos also show most views on Youtube
  16. 16. Notice the low level of engagement on affiliate site
  17. 17. What people will like more art than science…
  18. 18. Next-generation player  with integrated merchandising Social Media development  Email integration 
  19. 19. Getting Started  Video Production Doesn’t Have To Be Complex  “Video Everywhere” is the correct strategy Making it a process  Find the right balance of content  Work with suppliers to acquire video assets Solving the technical limitations  Partner with the right company and get going

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