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The coming video madness

Posted on May 19, 2009. Filed under: Ad, Buzz marketing, Engagement, Guerrilla, Marketers, Marketing, Media planning, opinions, Trends, Video, vimeo, Youtube | Tags: , , , , , |

It is believed that the video engagement is changing the world. The video  is replacing old forms of advertising video-deconstruct with more advantages than drawbacks. Inevitably is coming to us as a sandstorm that covers everything that goes on its way

It’s not about the platform, it’s not about efficiency through repurposing, it’s not about traffic or video hits, it’s about having a conversation, giving interesting and compelling reasons for consumers to talk to you. Advertising has shouted at consumers long enough, the tide has changed and brands need to mingle at the party, introduce themselves, and above all be interesting, engaging and enlightening, if they hope to be the life of the party, and Video Marketing is the most suitable platform at the moment to do so.

If you are wondering how you could measure the effectiveness of your video campaign, I would say that the views are not a good metric in my opinion, the comments are, with daily streams of comments from the positive to the negative… it’s a party and everyone has an opinion, and a voice.

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Show your warts!!!

Posted on May 14, 2009. Filed under: Ad, Buzz marketing, Facebook, Guerrilla, Media planning, Operational, Prospects, relational marketing, Service marketing, Social Media, Strategy, Tactics, Trends, Twitter, Uncategorized, Youtube | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Tell the truth. Even if it hurts, it will help.

Rather than hide your weaknesses, admit them. That will make you look honest and trustworthy – a key to selling a service. 

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  • About Isra García


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    I help and guide individuals and organizations on ”going social“. That is to say, I architect and execute social media strategies in order for them to maximize their reach, build influence and harness the power of global communications building social relationships within an engagement perspective.
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