The desire from customers to have companies produce quality video is getting stronger and stronger. As a business owner or marketing director, how are you incorporating video into not just your sales, but your branding and overall customer experience?
Digital media isn’t going anywhere, but that doesn’t mean that it won’t evolve. So what’s the next big thing in video? It’s not something new, it’s just how well something can be done. Need a hint? It’s Live streaming.
Are you kidding me? Going live? I can do that right from my phone right now!
Remember, it’s not that it’s new, it’s how well it can be done. Let’s face it, the raw and personal connection of holding your phone and going live is dying. People want quality (and less headaches), but they still want personal. Most businesses don’t have the time, nor resources to devote to it.
So how can you get a quality live stream broadcast that is personal? Visual Element Media now offers on location multi-camera live streaming (there’s your quality) for small businesses and organizations. Oh, and we can have a live chat with your customers too (and there’s the personal touch). Now you can share your company’s vision, your products and services with new and existing customers live on Facebook, YouTube and your company website.
Quality Live Streaming in Blair County
This is where I’ve wanted to take Visual Element Media (vem) for a while and Covid has literally pushed us there.
Visual Element Media is making live streaming effective, yet affordable for local small businesses in Western and Central Pennsylvania. Imagine being able to have your very own TV style program where you can talk directly to potential customers and have live interaction with them. We are already working with some local companies and they are beyond excited.
If you are interested in being the first or one of the first in your industry to produce a live video program on social media, give us a call. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to take advantage of the next big thing in video.
Scott Cunningham, owner