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Video Marketing Strategies: 5 Hot Strategies For Cool Results!

Video Marketing Strategies: 5 Hot Strategies For Cool Results!

It is becoming very clear that video sharing is the future of the Internet and is here to stay. It’s amazing to imagine that your video can be seen all over the planet. It is already so powerful, but, we are just standing at the brink. There is still a tremendous amount more that can and will be done with video. We have not even begun to see all that will be possible.

The important thing to know is that you will seldom receive the power that video marketing offers unless you apply the proper video marketing strategies to your video sharing. I will go over a few of these crucial video marketing strategies with you in this article. If you aren’t already doing so, I encourage you to take full advantage of video marketing. And, I encourage you to do so, along with taking these video marketing strategies into consideration.

1.) Video Marketing Strategies, Strategy One: Master Your Video Editing

If you want your videos to stand out then make sure you’re editing them the right way, by adding text, special effects, sound, etc. Editing is a big part of the whole video creation process, which contributes to your overall success on video sharing websites. You can learn from watching other videos, and there are also courses you can take that will show you some creative things. After all, if your video isn’t making a good impression, it won’t matter how many views it gets. So, if you will be making your own videos, be sure to keep practicing so you get more familiar with the process.

2.) Video Marketing Strategies, Strategy Two: Use Video Sharing Platforms

Videos are transforming into a vital component of the Internet, and a consistent way to dispense information over the Internet. A few years ago, sharing videos on the web wasn’t as easy as it is today with the advent of video sharing sites such as YouTube. Being an Internet marketer, you should realize the value of these video sharing platforms that allow you to reach out to your target audience with a simple video.

3.) Video Marketing Strategies, Strategy Three: Use Your Primary Keywords The Correct Way

It is important to know that the video sharing sites will use their own evaluation system for all the videos. So one thing you should do is use your primary keyword in the video file name. There is no reason to name it something other than a useful tag, or keyword. You will simply be optimizing your video for video site and search engine search. And that is one of your most important video marketing strategies.

When video sharing sites start to rank your videos, they look at different elements of your videos to rank them well. This is why you should label your video’s file name effectively and include your keyword in there. This is a very common practice, for those who know about it, and you can help yourself by doing it, as well. Your video filename should be the URL extension for the video, and if it is not then use it in the URL.

4.) Video Marketing Strategies, Strategy Four: Join A Niche Group Or Groups

Video sharing sites like YouTube have targeted groups in almost every little niche; join these groups and become an active member. Contribute to the groups you join and be a part of the community. This way, once you get recognized, you can insert your website’s link in the signature before posting anything. If you’re able to give out valuable content that is targeted towards that particular group, the members will start to trust you and therefore will start to check out your signature link. This works much the same way as forums and discussion boards, except that it’s all about videos.

5.) Video Marketing Strategies, Strategy Five: Continue To Promote Your Videos For Maximum Exposure

Every once in a while it is possible, but the vast majority of times you cannot just load your video and expect traffic to get to it. That is why it is crucial to promote your videos for maximum exposure. This is probably the key of all your video marketing strategies. Sharing sites are good, but it is smart to do more promoting, rather than merely relying on views from the sharing sites. And, you should also do all you can to market your videos via social networking sites.

Leveraging social media can help your videos reach out to your target audience through different channels. Your aim should be to get your video in front of as many prospects as possible. Your overall conversions will increase as you gain more viewers that hopefully convert to website visitors. And, the best part about video marketing on these sites is that once your video becomes popular in your niche, it will keep spreading, getting more and more people to watch, which is exactly what you’re looking for.

In conclusion, from the above article and video marketing strategies, you can clearly see that video marketing can bring in massive traffic to your website or blog if used effectively. You have this new-fangled opportunity, applying these hot strategies, to leverage video content to get visitors interested in your site, make a high number of sales, gather more prospects and increase your web-based business. And, that’s cool!

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Top Laid Back
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T.I founder & CEO of Grand Hustle Records and Grand Hustle Films. Rapper, actor, construction business owner…

A design incorporating T.I’s verse from his hit song ‘Top Laid Back’ which was so big Chevrolet adopted it and the video version for the Chevvy Impala tv commercial.

More info & designs Over Here

My Little Man
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The more I look at Jordy, the more I think he’s a pomeranian crossed with shiba inu – any thoughts? (It’s his facial structure and ears that tip me off.)

Kauai Trailer One
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Image by NatashaBishop
Watch my video Kauai My Way for an island overview: youtu.be/gpJ2U0HXOsI

Check out my blog to view my itenerary and tips for traveling to Kauai. wildnatvacations.blogspot.com/

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Testing Premiere Pro CS5′s Video Effects
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Image by Dave Dugdale
Watch my video here on the tests I did:
www.learningdslrvideo.com/premiere-cs5-video-effects/

0342 – Ludmilla’s Castle
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Image by Zonja Capalini
Just playing with Torley’s "How to beat-sync songs to video" tips and a SpaceNavigator travelling orgasm — and yes, that’s a two-sim travelling! :-)

Music: Torley: ambiet VIII
Filmed in: Condensation Land and Condensation Beach (Ludmilla’s island)

Youtube version.

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coiled spirals, snapped cycles and time capsules(animated)
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While Zielinski got more into details about coiled spirals, snapped cycles and time capsules, my brain started spiraling into its own depths. My thoughts started to get stretchy and leggy and from my notes I can only make up some questions: If the tipping point of the snapped coiled spring is the point where everything flattens, voids and unfurls, is this then the point where I am no longer limited to my own timeline; is this the point where I can traverse timelines? Is this how I am to understand the traveling of time; to unfold myself onto the moment/um, where I can choose, at once to change my timeline of operation. Is this the point (the ‘now’), where time is for a moment a straight line, inside the vortex, the moment where I can choose my own contingency (my own future and my own past)?

coiled spirals, snapped cycles and time capsules (animated)
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Image by Rosa Menkman
While Zielinski got more into details about coiled spirals, snapped cycles and time capsules, my brain started spiraling into its own depths. My thoughts started to get stretchy and leggy and from my notes I can only make up some questions: If the tipping point of the snapped coiled spring is the point where everything flattens, voids and unfurls, is this then the point where I am no longer limited to my own timeline; is this the point where I can traverse timelines? Is this how I am to understand the traveling of time; to unfold myself onto the moment/um, where I can choose, at once to change my timeline of operation. Is this the point (the ‘now’), where time is for a moment a straight line, inside the vortex, the moment where I can choose my own contingency (my own future and my own past)?

More sharks
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Lemon sharks and black tip sharks

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Grilling Tips
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What I saw at the grocery store. Story: An eyewitness tip sent a paroled sex offender back to prison.
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This is never a good sign. abclocal.go.com/kabc/video?id=6787854

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My security tip for 2013 is… #RSAC
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Image by Tripwire Inc
RSA Conference

Moscone Center – San Francisco
February 26, 2013

For videos, articles, and more photos from Security B-Sides San Francisco and the RSA Conference, check out the State of Security blog:
www.tripwire.com/state-of-security

My security tip for 2013 is… #RSAC
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Image by Tripwire Inc
RSA Conference

Moscone Center – San Francisco
February 26, 2013

For videos, articles, and more photos from Security B-Sides San Francisco and the RSA Conference, check out the State of Security blog:
www.tripwire.com/state-of-security

My security tip for 2013 is… #RSAC
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Image by Tripwire Inc
RSA Conference

Moscone Center – San Francisco
February 26, 2013

For videos, articles, and more photos from Security B-Sides San Francisco and the RSA Conference, check out the State of Security blog:
www.tripwire.com/state-of-security

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Google AdSense Format with Video ads
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Sledgehammer Flight Video
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From the wing-tip cam, going up for the ride!

I just pulled the various feeds into a compilation video.

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My security tip for 2013 is… #RSAC
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Image by Tripwire Inc
RSA Conference

Moscone Center – San Francisco
February 26, 2013

For videos, articles, and more photos from Security B-Sides San Francisco and the RSA Conference, check out the State of Security blog:
www.tripwire.com/state-of-security

My security tip for 2013 is… #RSAC
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Image by Tripwire Inc
RSA Conference

Moscone Center – San Francisco
February 26, 2013

For videos, articles, and more photos from Security B-Sides San Francisco and the RSA Conference, check out the State of Security blog:
www.tripwire.com/state-of-security

My security tip for 2013 is… #RSAC
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Image by Tripwire Inc
RSA Conference

Moscone Center – San Francisco
February 26, 2013

For videos, articles, and more photos from Security B-Sides San Francisco and the RSA Conference, check out the State of Security blog:
www.tripwire.com/state-of-security

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Translations is a collaborative work by Tom Burtonwood and Jacob C. Hammes. It has been selected for the inaugural Art Loop Open an art competition in Chicago. Translations is exhibited in the lobby of the Hard Rock Hotel located at 230 N. Michigan. Members of the public are invited to view the piece from October 15th – 29th and vote on it. Translations was first presented at Three Walls as part of their “Chasing Two Rabbits” program in Winter 2010.

Art Loop Open: www.artloopopen.com/artists/tom-burtonwood-jacob-c-hammes
Translations on Vimeo: vimeo.com/10750465

About the video:

Contained within our unique animal identity is a strong desire to witness and experience symmetry, a desire informed by an overwhelming lack of its immediate presence in our waking lives. Symmetry and uniformity are present in the video collaboration between Burtonwood and Hammes, abstracted in terms of geometry and pure tones. Folding cubes and squares are accompanied by modulated, warbling sine waves and occasional bursts of distorted guttural voices, suggesting a human presence in a world of pure geometric and sonic abstraction.

Tom Burtonwood is an artist originally from the UK living and working in Oak Park, IL. He is interested in an array of subjects and issues relating to image making, ubiquitous technology and interactive objects. Currently he is working on a series of modular color studies relating to the video game Tetris. Recent exhibitions include The Center for Book and Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago; Three Walls, Chicago; Fountain, Brooklyn; Apex Art, New York. Burtonwood teaches at Columbia College and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Jacob C Hammes is a Chicago based interdisciplinary artist whose range of projects investigate the strained relationships and sites of interaction between humans and the natural world. Hammes is primarily interested in emphasizing the disconnection between the desire to emulate nature and our ability to understand it. Primarily using sculpture, digital media, and hypnosis, Hammes attempts to reveal the struggle to connect with our own animal identity.
Hammes has exhibited and performed extensively throughout the midwest and internationally. Hammes’ work and various projects have been reviewed in publications such as Art Papers, Proximity Magazine, and the Leonardo Music journal.

_MG_2220
video animation

Image by burtonwood + holmes
Translations is a collaborative work by Tom Burtonwood and Jacob C. Hammes. It has been selected for the inaugural Art Loop Open an art competition in Chicago. Translations is exhibited in the lobby of the Hard Rock Hotel located at 230 N. Michigan. Members of the public are invited to view the piece from October 15th – 29th and vote on it. Translations was first presented at Three Walls as part of their “Chasing Two Rabbits” program in Winter 2010.

Art Loop Open: www.artloopopen.com/artists/tom-burtonwood-jacob-c-hammes
Translations on Vimeo: vimeo.com/10750465

About the video:

Contained within our unique animal identity is a strong desire to witness and experience symmetry, a desire informed by an overwhelming lack of its immediate presence in our waking lives. Symmetry and uniformity are present in the video collaboration between Burtonwood and Hammes, abstracted in terms of geometry and pure tones. Folding cubes and squares are accompanied by modulated, warbling sine waves and occasional bursts of distorted guttural voices, suggesting a human presence in a world of pure geometric and sonic abstraction.

Tom Burtonwood is an artist originally from the UK living and working in Oak Park, IL. He is interested in an array of subjects and issues relating to image making, ubiquitous technology and interactive objects. Currently he is working on a series of modular color studies relating to the video game Tetris. Recent exhibitions include The Center for Book and Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago; Three Walls, Chicago; Fountain, Brooklyn; Apex Art, New York. Burtonwood teaches at Columbia College and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Jacob C Hammes is a Chicago based interdisciplinary artist whose range of projects investigate the strained relationships and sites of interaction between humans and the natural world. Hammes is primarily interested in emphasizing the disconnection between the desire to emulate nature and our ability to understand it. Primarily using sculpture, digital media, and hypnosis, Hammes attempts to reveal the struggle to connect with our own animal identity.
Hammes has exhibited and performed extensively throughout the midwest and internationally. Hammes’ work and various projects have been reviewed in publications such as Art Papers, Proximity Magazine, and the Leonardo Music journal.

_MG_2217
video animation

Image by burtonwood + holmes
Translations is a collaborative work by Tom Burtonwood and Jacob C. Hammes. It has been selected for the inaugural Art Loop Open an art competition in Chicago. Translations is exhibited in the lobby of the Hard Rock Hotel located at 230 N. Michigan. Members of the public are invited to view the piece from October 15th – 29th and vote on it. Translations was first presented at Three Walls as part of their “Chasing Two Rabbits” program in Winter 2010.

Art Loop Open: www.artloopopen.com/artists/tom-burtonwood-jacob-c-hammes
Translations on Vimeo: vimeo.com/10750465

About the video:

Contained within our unique animal identity is a strong desire to witness and experience symmetry, a desire informed by an overwhelming lack of its immediate presence in our waking lives. Symmetry and uniformity are present in the video collaboration between Burtonwood and Hammes, abstracted in terms of geometry and pure tones. Folding cubes and squares are accompanied by modulated, warbling sine waves and occasional bursts of distorted guttural voices, suggesting a human presence in a world of pure geometric and sonic abstraction.

Tom Burtonwood is an artist originally from the UK living and working in Oak Park, IL. He is interested in an array of subjects and issues relating to image making, ubiquitous technology and interactive objects. Currently he is working on a series of modular color studies relating to the video game Tetris. Recent exhibitions include The Center for Book and Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago; Three Walls, Chicago; Fountain, Brooklyn; Apex Art, New York. Burtonwood teaches at Columbia College and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Jacob C Hammes is a Chicago based interdisciplinary artist whose range of projects investigate the strained relationships and sites of interaction between humans and the natural world. Hammes is primarily interested in emphasizing the disconnection between the desire to emulate nature and our ability to understand it. Primarily using sculpture, digital media, and hypnosis, Hammes attempts to reveal the struggle to connect with our own animal identity.
Hammes has exhibited and performed extensively throughout the midwest and internationally. Hammes’ work and various projects have been reviewed in publications such as Art Papers, Proximity Magazine, and the Leonardo Music journal.

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VIDEO BASICS WITH DSLRs 101: Creating Quality Video @ MEDIA ARTS Center San Diego
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Image by MACSD
Take your HDSLR skills to the next level. Create and record video/audio that is rich in quality and unique in aesthetics. Attend this class and experience hands-on training in shooting video, lighting a scene, video editing and much more.

Today’s class covered:
– Video Stability; How to record seamless and smooth camera movement
– Recording Audio
– Get to know your focus ring; lessons in depth of field
– As well as other useful tips for creating quality work

www.mediaartscenter.org/diylab
www.macsddiy.posterous.com

VIDEO BASICS WITH DSLRs 101: Creating Quality Video @ MEDIA ARTS Center San Diego
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Image by MACSD
Take your HDSLR skills to the next level. Create and record video/audio that is rich in quality and unique in aesthetics. Attend this class and experience hands-on training in shooting video, lighting a scene, video editing and much more.

Today’s class covered:
– Video Stability; How to record seamless and smooth camera movement
– Recording Audio
– Get to know your focus ring; lessons in depth of field
– As well as other useful tips for creating quality work

www.mediaartscenter.org/diylab
www.macsddiy.posterous.com

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