LawyersVideoStudio.com You have just created a great educational video. You notice after a few months that nobody has left any comments on your video. You wonder if maybe your video is turning people off. You wonder if maybe you have virtual bad breath. You wonder if the content really is interesting for them to watch. What do you think you can do to engage your viewer and interact with them? Obviously, video is technically a one-way media. This style of video marketing is not a real-time interactive video chat. Knowing that information, what can you do to maximize the chance that your viewer will want to engage you and interact with you? Remember, video is a social media tool to teach and educate your ideal client and consumer. One of the ideal ways to interact with your viewer is by asking questions. And clearly, if you ask a question on video the only type of response you will get is either a video reply or a written comment. Most attorneys I know dont see their online video as a social interaction tool. Instead, they just see it as another marketing evil that they must do to compete with their colleagues. A great example is being at a party. If someone asks you a question, do you simply turn your back on them and walk away? Thats how most attorneys think of their marketing message. Once its up online, they ignore it and tend to disregard any interactions that occur afterward. The really smart attorneys are the ones who interact. Watch the video to learn more. To <b>...<b>
Video Marketing Publisher at Robin Carlisle Communications
Robin Carlisle earned her BA in Communications with Concentrations in Corporate Video, Instructional Technology, and Adult Learning at Mercer University / Atlanta. She taught English, Writing, Public Speaking, and ESL in USA and Republic of Georgia schools.