We are at the boom of an era. The video revolution has taken off.
It is no longer enough to just do an FB live or create a video of you standing there and talking.
People want to be engaged. And engaging others is done extremely efficiently using video.
Mix video with physical world print marketing and you have a combination of unlike anyone else.
But here is the challenge.
What do we film? How do we engage customers in a way that makes them feel what we do? That makes them feel like they are part of my program?
Well, there are a number of ways to do that. One of the biggest things I suggest is to make sure that when you are recording your videos you have a plan as to why you are doing the video in the first place.
Remember something about video, it is the closest medium for them to actually be there with you in a 1 on 1, face to face setting. It has a level of intimacy that is unlike any other medium. Because of that very reason, it allows people to connect with your business extremely well.
However not all video is created the same.
It is important to cover a bunch of key points in your videos. It isn't necessarily hard work, it just is pre planning and understanding the caveats to the medium. It's where most people struggle and get lost. And they wind up giving up. I have to say that in the martial arts industry not many people are using this. Which gives you a MASSIVE unfair advantage.
And let me fill you in on a secret, you don't really need much to make great videos. You just need to get going and get unstuck. We created a product to tackle these specific challenges and show you step by step on how to create compelling impactful content videos for your martial art school to get results and ultimately drive a ton of leads to your business.
Now has never been a better time to use video and print together to get massive engagement.
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