Leveraging Video Marketing for brands_SMM_Group26


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Leveraging Video Marketing for brands_SMM_Group26

  1. 1. +How can companies use videos to market their brands better? Group 26 Social Media Marketing Great Lakes Institute of Management (PGPM ‘13)
  2. 2. Group Members:• Sushree Panda www.sushreepanda.com• Jayanth P www.jayanth.prabhakaran.info• Latish Venugopal• Vidhul Dev• Gaurav Parikh
  3. 3. +The Future belongs to video marketing!
  4. 4. Why resort to Video Marketing? Rapidly-growing technique for increasing brand recognition and loyalty. Provides companies with a more meaningful way to interact with (and grow) audiences than traditional video marketing. Given a choice, consumers will turn away from traditional advertisements but the audiences themselves choose to watch online branded videos when the content is engaging and informative.
  5. 5. 3 reasons videos are an integral part ofonline marketing : 1. Visitor Engagement 2. Lengthier website visits 3. Great SEO
  6. 6. And this trend is gaining momentum dueto: Increasing no. of online video consumers Growing use of marketing through social media Low barriers to entry Improved production quality Enhanced distribution options
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  8. 8. Online video’s impact:
  9. 9. +Ways to leverage videos for marketing
  10. 10. 1. Repurposed Television Commercial Taking previously filmed television commercial and placing it online Seen as a way to extend the marketing power of dollars spent creating the ad Since ad is already created, it costs nothing to upload it and every view received is a bonus Example : Apple does this by releasing their commercials not only on TVs but also on their YouTube page. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXTzzxiCfPw
  11. 11. 2. Viral VideoA logical follow-up to the first point, this is intended only for getting views online Costs more to create ads for online consumption that are separate from traditional TV ads Brands figuring out ways to avoid breaking their budget when creating web-original videos Example : Flash-mobs,Gangam Style, Harlem Shakes and now the latest Pistah videos. T-mobile and Coke had great success with their flash mob dance ads. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjTsqBtSFUo
  12. 12. 3. Branded Web Series This is when a company eschews traditional advertising techniques (and even traditional viral video techniques) to create original webisodes The brand’s messaging is conveyed to the audience through product placement or overt plot points Example : The Mortal Kombat legacy series which raked up millions of views. It was an entertaining and original series(for some) and helped spread buzz and awareness for the new Mortal Kombat video game that was released. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6s6UiEuCYXA
  13. 13. 4. Product Placement This involves placing a brands logo or product prominently in the popular entertainment videos of others Rather than creating your own video, its like hopping on the bandwagon of another popular entity by associating your brand with it. Example : The NBA Dunk contest which Blake Griffin won with a dunk over a car. The brand that hogged attention – KIA (the car brand) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41EFwuBqEUA
  14. 14. 5. Demonstration/Product videosA lot of online retailers are finding success with product demonstration videos, which increase conversions Once the customer is on the website, viral marketing ceases to be important while making the sale gathers all the importance Visual evidence of a properly functioning product puts consumers at ease and helps settle their internal debate about whether or not to buy. Example: Websites like shopnineteen.com provide this video demonstration of their apparels
  15. 15. 6. Testimonials Nothingbetter than getting a customer to testify your brand, and that too online (through video testimonials) Example: Phone/gadget reviews, hair-oil users other product users’ testimony https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tO0inxiO2OA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUz4sutZgq4
  16. 16. 7. Video Display Ads Nothing Many companies prefer to create short video ads that run as display ads on popular websites. Itsa more reliable way to ensure viewers since a viral video attempt has no assurance of getting views, but top publishing sites can usually promise certain pageview numbers. Example: Ads placed at the top of youtube home page and also ads before the videos on youtube
  17. 17. 8. Special Messages Sometimes a piece of news or a current event warrants special messages from brands Example:The apology video by Dominos CEO when the employee created video went viral. They thought best way to begin building back the customers trust was to admit the mistake and apologize... which they did through online video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvg4-E2C8UE
  18. 18. 9. The Unsubscribe Video Some brands use unsubscribe videos to re-engage their customers during the process Example: Groupon had a video which allowed the user to ‘punish’ derrick for sending e-mails which the user found irrelevant Brilliant concept to bring back consumers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9F30ME4eXWw
  19. 19. 10. Creating whiteboard animation Used to deliver long messages. Whiteboard animation ensures that everything moves at an engaging pace and reduces the fear of losing audience. Downside : Costly! Minimum $2000 for a 60 second video Example: RSA’s animations - Dan Pink’s talk about the hidden trusts behind what really motivates us at home and in the workplace. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=u6XAPn uFjJc#!
  20. 20. + Thank You!