Last week, on our blog, we discussed the power of integrating video into your communications strategy and simple ways to measure the success of your videos. We’re continuing our four-part multimedia series this week with a look at how you can translate your video strategy into actionable social campaigns.
With more people using social media than ever – around 3.48 billion – visual content strategies, including social media and video campaigns, are becoming increasingly important to reach your target audiences.
What makes a strong social media strategy even more important is that it’s increasingly the gateway to your brand – about 58% of consumers visit a brand’s social media channels before visiting their website.
So, how can video raise your game on social media? Let’s dive in.
Get Social with Video
With Instagram and Facebook providing ways to post live stories and videos, companies have more opportunities than ever to leverage these features to share a brand’s story with more than 400 million active Instagram users and 500 million daily Facebook users.
About 90% of businesses today are posting videos at least once per week on Facebook and YouTube while 80-83% of brands regularly post videos on Instagram, which is unsurprising, given that social videos are shared 1,200% more than images and text combined!
And it’s not just consumer-focused brands using it to their advantage. Video is just as relevant for the CRE community. Given the highly visual and experiential nature of the built environment, there’s tons of opportunity to help people understand what you do and how you do it through video.
Here’s an example of how our client Elsy Studios used video to share the completion of an impressive adaptive reuse project with their social networks:
By leveraging social media analytics from your accounts and campaigns, you can track and improve performance to ensure you’re putting your time and resources into the right channels and content types.
Don’t forget to tune into our blog next week! We’ll tell you how you can use video as a powerful educational tool.