If you haven’t yet noticed, online video is changing the way that we learn and make our buying decisions. The ability to use video as an interactive storytelling medium makes it one of the best ways to encourage your potential customers to engage with your brand. Check out the following stats: • 87% of online marketers use video content. • After watching a video, 64% of users are more likely to buy a product online • Video on a landing page can increase conversions by 80% or more. • The average CVR for websites using video is 4.8%, compared to 2.9% for those that don’t use video. • The average user spends 88% more time on a website with video. It’s safe to say that if you’re not using video in your plugin marketing, you’re missing out on a significant amount of leads and potential users for your products. In this article, I’ll cover a few different ways that you can leverage the power of video to grow your user base and increase your revenue. If you’re already using video, I’ll also include a few tips and tricks to improve the quality of your videos to give you the competitive edge. Let’s get started!
Most people see a business celebrity like Tony Robbins and think, “I could never be that successful.” WRONG. Today, I’m going to show you how. I’m going to show you exactly how Tony Robbins has grown his website traffic to over one million website visitors per month. You can copy this EXACT strategy to grow your own website traffic. Idea to test from this article (saving idea will set you up with free access to GrowthHackers Projects):
Viral marketing is the collection of marketing tactics that get marketing messages to spread from one person to the next. Viral marketing includes viral content, such as viral videos, as well as viral refer a friend or user-get-user products where an existing user invites new users in a self-perpetuating growth loop. These articles show you how to create viral content as well as how to build effective user get user or refer a friend programs to drive growth.
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