5 Ways to Support Your Brand Through the Use Of Video

Subliminal “Influencer” Messaging

According to research done by Sublingual, learning about 2000 of the most common words in a language, will allow you to understand 80% of any text. This is some information that anyone can capitalise on as part of their brand-supporting campaign with the use of video. More language teachers are uploading pronunciation videos, and you may just find one that explains mouth positions in a language you are learning.

Thinking about it from that media consumer view-point, brand placement within that video would be as natural as it comes, wouldn’t it? You don’t have to have the “influencer” mention the brand’s advertising or marketing content in any way, but rather have them use your brand association as an example!

A Video Representation of Existing Bodies of Knowledge

In addition to the standard college subjects, you can find textbooks for subjects such as nursing, engineering, and environmental science and then find a way to incorporate your brand. In addition to the textbooks, you can also find high school course materials for free, such as lecture notes for subjects and videos for subjects. You can find the free textbooks on other subjects like Philosophy, Psychology, Religion, Geography, Anthropology, Leisure, Political Sciences, Law, Music, and Fine Arts.

The idea is then to convert text to interactive video tutorials or explainers, with entertaining videos making for a more common implementation of this. This way, your brand will automatically be associated with being an authoritative presence.

Cross-Platform Video Production

If a video is drawing in viewers, it will appear on users’ recommendations, no matter how well a channel’s previous videos performed. By prioritising videos that keep attention for a long period whatever publication channel used should be able to assure advertisers that they are providing people with valuable, high-quality experiences. We do not want viewers to feel slighted by videos that take up their viewing time, and realise we need to do even more to measure the amount of value that they are getting out of their time spent watching our vids.

So under this approach, it’s a matter of creating short and to-the-point vids, because they’re aimed at recipients who are already familiar with your brand, so they’re seeking a solution to a specific issue.

Monetising the Residual Content

Photographers and videographers selling through Adobe Stock may earn between 33 cents and $3.30 per sale. The site promises to pay the photographer between 33% and 35% of the amount it collects for your photos and video clips, so your content creation team will be incentivised to pour their souls into every video production task they undertake, as this way you will be able to monetise any unused content on the likes of Adobe Stock, Shutterstock, etc.

There are many sites and tools where you can upload your photos and sell them as photo prints on paper or physical goods such as mugs, t-shirts and calendars.

A Copy-&-Paste Technical Implementation

Mere technical deployment of features offered by SnapCell in itself offers numerous effective ways to support your brand through video. We’re talking here the likes of audience growth through live video chat, interactive texting directly through video, a 360 degree walkaround,etc.

Integrate these technical applications using the supplied API if you are serious about a longer term commitment to this emerging way of using video, which is the future of marketing and brand management.