Learn How To Use Video Marketing Effectively – FREE Webinar

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You may already be using video as part of your business marketing strategy or it might be on your list of things to do for 2013? Or, it may simply be that you have never considered it for whatever reason?

Wherever you stand 2013 is the year in which you need to really learn how video marketing can help your business and how to do it properly.

Just look at these statistics:

  • 85% of Internet Users watch online video [source: comScore]
  • There will be 73.3 million mobile video viewers during 2013, up 20% from 2012  [source: eMarketer]
  • 70% of B2B content marketers use videos  [source MarketingProfs, Content Marketing Institute & Brightcove]
  • Use of video has risen from 52% in 2011 to 70% in 2012  [source MarketingProfs, Content Marketing Institute & Brightcove]
  • 58% of B2B marketers rate videos as the most effective content marketing tactic  [source MarketingProfs, Content Marketing Institute & Brightcove]

When used effectively video marketing can dramatically grow your business and improve your bottom line profits.

Creating videos isn’t difficult (you can start producing quality content with just your smartphone) but there are lots of tips and tricks you can learn which will take your video marketing to another level.

If you want to learn from one of the best then Mari Smith is holding a FREE 75 minute webinar on Thursday, 24th January.

Author: Mark Watts


Hi, my name is Mark and I’m the owner of SEO Manchester.

I started in SEO in 2009 and have gradually built up my business solely from organic traffic generated via high search engine rankings (mainly Google).

I love building highly optimised WordPress websites and optimising Google Places listings. I am also constantly building on my knowledge of the uses of all forms of social media for marketing effectiveness, particularly Google+.

When not helping clients improve their online presence I enjoy walking the dog around the hills where we live, reading, real ale and (surprise) spending more time on the web.