Video Production Company Sides With Small UK Businesses

Discussion in 'Press Releases' started by BusyVids, Jun 29, 2016.

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    Video has really taken off in the past few years and has captured the imagination of many small business owners as a means to highlight their products and services into the marketplace. Many large companies agree that video is by far the best marketing method for promoting their products and services and also helps to increase page rank for their websites. Video is valuable content... period!

    The small business video production company, BusyVids, has led the way for the sole trader and smaller business owner because they offer a service designed especially for Youtube. As many people are now are searching Youtube for videos on subjects they are interested in, including products and services, BusyVids is providing these hungry watchers with an array of video content.

    51.9% of marketing professionals worldwide name video as the type of content with the best ROI, whilst shoppers who view video are more likely to purchase than non-viewers. Using the word “video” in an email subject line boosts open rates by 19%, click-through rates by 65% and reduces unsubscribes by 26%. Also, mobile video plays exceeded 44% -- up 74% from 2014 and up a whopping 844% since 2012

    BusyVids MD, Bill Knight, says, "There's no doubt whatsoever that video is by far the best way to get any kind of marketing message across to potential customers, regardless of the type of business." He added, video is perfect for targeting local, regional and national markets because many people want to buy local products and services."

    BusyVids caters for all types of small business by creating bespoke videos with professionally recorded voiceovers and fully licensed soundtracks. Prices are kept deliberately low to help small businesses get a foothold amongst all the competition. Many videos created by the company get very high rankings in Youtube due to their full compliance with Google's video algorithms.

    Small businesses all over the UK are expected to use video in their marketing during 2016 and beyond with very few exceptions, according to BusyVids marketing manager Tom Churchill. In a recent statement he said, "Our research indicates a massive switch to video from traditional text advertising and we are 100% confident this trend will continue year on year."

    For further information about all the services provided by BusyVids, visit their website at:
    Posted: Jun 29, 2016 By: BusyVids Member since: May 16, 2012