Video Marketing Tips for Community Media Professionals
If you work in community media, you probably already “do video.” But, doing video isn’t the same as video marketing.
I spent some time participating in a recent Twitter chat related to video marketing. Here are the top 7 tweets I believe would be useful for community media professionals. I’ve read (or watched) all the content I’m recommending.
#1. These tips are great for community radio people who want to start learning more about using video and developing a video marketing strategy.
— RootNWings ⚫ (@RootNWingsIN) March 15, 2018
#2. Community media folks can finally add text to your videos, quickly and easily.
— MobiLine (@MobiLineApp) March 15, 2018
#3. Community media and community radio professionals shouldn’t ignore LinkedIn. This article will help you do video marketing on LInkedIn.
— Sarah Fisher (@bluelotusfilms) March 15, 2018
#4. Set your Instagram video marketing fears aside. Just read this article and breathe easy.
— Valentina Tanzillo (@ValeTanzillo) March 15, 2018
#5. Although community media professionals who work in television have access to great video equipment, sometimes you might want to use a smartphone to create video. These tips will help you create professional-looking videos using a phone.
— Thrive Creative (@ThriveCreative) March 15, 2018
#6. Facebook is still important, and you might need to pay-to-play.
How to Create Facebook Videos That Foster Meaningful Engagement#socialmediamarketing #socialmediatips #digitalmarketing #socialmedia #smm #contentmarketing #videomarketing #facebookhttps://t.co/FPyltj6ItH
— JC Antas (@antasjc) March 15, 2018
#7. Ever thought about creating a live video talk show using Blab?
— Letitia Owens (@rtishcreations) March 15, 2018
Genia Stevens is a digital marketer, Forbes columnist, and talk radio host. She is owner and managing partner of Belwah Media, an award-winning integrated digital marketing agency with offices in Madison, WI and Chicago, IL. Genia is passionate about community media, tech tools, podcasting, and everything digital. Follow Genia on Twitter.