Have you been wondering that that fancy looking box is next to every single eCorpTV video? Well, wonder no longer since we’re here to announce the addition of the lead generation box to help generate direct trafficking to your company! This feature will help companies to avoid the tedious process of collecting information for an interested consumer base. Another great benefit of the lead generation box is that it serves as an immediate way to measure the effectiveness of your video! No more spending money on videos and advertising without knowing if it’s generating any benefits for your company. This feature will also help companies to eliminate the tedious process of data collection so they can move on to the next step in marketing their service or product. The lead generation box is just another way eCorpTV stands out from the crowd as your premiere business-only video network!
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Tags: Affiliate marketing, affiliate program, business video, eCorpTV, email marketing, marketing program, online video, video production, Video sharing, website marketing
Affiliate marketing programs offer businesses the opportunity to generate additional revenue through their existing marketing efforts by promoting another company’s products or services.
The eCorpTV Affiliate Marketing Program is a great way for SEO providers, ad agencies, video production studios, PR firms, web developers, and other pertinent businesses to earn incremental revenue every month. For every company you refer that signs up for an eCorpTV account, you will receive a 50% commission of their monthly subscription – for the life of their account!
It is free to become an Affiliate Partner and upon joining, partners will have access to banners, URL and text links that can be placed on websites and in emails. It is simple and easy to incorporate this program into your existing website and email templates.
Additionally, Affiliate Partners are given access to stats on the number of clicks their banners and email links receive, the number of conversions, and pending commission payments.
The eCorpTV Affiliate Marketing Program is a simple and transparent way to earn money through your website and existing email marketing efforts. What do you have to lose? Sign up today! Click here to sign up or view additional information on the eCorpTV Affiliate Marketing Program
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One reason I am particularly fond of Amazon.com is because of the site’s user reviews. Feedback from customers/users can lend credibility to, or advise against, a purchase.
Clearly many people feel the same way when shopping for a service. They want to know that other people would recommend the service before they invest their money.
Let’s face it, people today are very skeptical. There are many products and companies that claim to deliver but do not. We are constantly exposed to infomercials and “miracle products” that seem too good to be true (overly enthusiastic actors included).
Customer testimonials are a great way to attract and convince prospects to purchase your product or service. While it may be easier to throw a written testimonial up on a website and drop it into brochures, it is much more effective to use video. In fact, a recent study by GetResponse (http://tinyurl.com/ylmmtbw) showed that emails containing video received a 96.38% higher click through rate (CTR) than emails without video – proof that video is more engaging than text.
Video testimonials show prospects a person they can relate to – a person with a similar problem or situation that was solved by your product or service.
Customer testimonial videos are pretty easy to produce. You provide the camera and your customers provide the content. There are, however, a few things to keep in mind so that your video produces the results you’re looking for:
Authenticity – You want to use customers that will allow you to share their full name, proving that these are actual satisfied customers, not actors.
Target demographic –Show testimonials from people that match your target demographic. People relate to others of a similar age, industry or occupation, geographical location and the like.
Be specific – Testimonials should tell how your product or service solved a problem, met a need or fulfilled a desire. Prospects need to know why your customers are happy and would strongly recommend doing business with you. It’s also beneficial to include quantitative facts. For example, how much money was saved by using your service?
Plan and practice – You want your customer testimonial videos to reflect real sincerity in a businesslike and professional manner. While you may need to help the customer develop a script or outline, be sure it is truly the customer’s voice that comes through strongly and convincingly.
Written testimonials are often limited to a few sentences, while video testimonials can allow customers to expand on their experience and show their personal enthusiasm. Done right, videos of satisfied customers can be one of your most effective sales tools.
There are many websites where you can upload your videos, including YouTube, Google, and Yahoo, however, videos specifically pertaining to business can be uploaded to eCorpTV.
Tags: business video, business video sharing, eCorpTV, lawinfo.com, online video, PNC Equity, Sealed Air, Teleflex, Toyota, video advertising, video marketing strategy
eCorpTV.com surpasses 5,000 videos posted
WAYNE, PA, December 16, 2009 – Rob Lail, president of eCorpTV has announced that his business-focused video sharing site has experienced dramatic growth, receiving submissions of more than 42,000 videos and posting more than 5,000 of those on the eCorpTV.com site since its launch only one year ago. Many of the biggest names in business are already benefiting including Toyota, PNC Equity, Sealed Air Corporation, Teleflex and lawinfo.com, to name a few.
“Clearly, companies have come to appreciate the real value of video for nearly every area of their businesses including not only sales and marketing but product promotion and tutorials, customer education, talent recruitment, public relations, and staff training and motivation. eCorpTV.com targets business users in a way unlike most other video-sharing sites because it breaks through the clutter of YouTube while offering advanced functionality and significant advantages – such as password-protected viewing – allowing its use, for example, for companies’ in-house training purposes,” Lail said, adding “submissions are being received from every corner of the globe.”
Business focus is maintained through the eCorpTV professional screening process that ensures each video submitted scores highly in one of the following key categories: information, demonstration, education/consulting, innovation, interaction or involvement and tasteful commercialism/ advertising. This screening, by additionally reviewing quality of content and integrity of the community, means that as few as 5% of the videos submitted to the site are actually posted on it. In fact, in November 2009 more than 11,400 submissions were received by eCorpTV.com while only 568 made the cut.
Key to successful global business-to-business engagement is access to the workplace audience. While many businesses – and even some countries – today block many “entertaining” video-sharing sites, eCorpTV.com, since it represents professionally-screened, valid business communications, is unblocked.
eCorpTV.com has made ease of use for both users submitting content and those who access that content paramount enabling more than 20 different video formats and establishing channels segmented by geographical location, industry and business-use type. Site contributors are encouraged to feature selected videos to further facilitate access and promotion.
“We encourage companies in every industry, globally, to take a good look at our unique offering. eCorpTV’s mission is to engage business – and business only – in this critically important communications segment that is moving at an incredible pace. We are positioned to handle the volume and are committed to continuous service improvement while we meet the demand seamlessly. Now, it’s on to 10,000,” Lail commented.
Tags: Ali Swiatkowski, business video, business video directory, Dave Kaminski, eCorpTV, ecorptv.com, Online marketing, online video marketing, video, video interview, video marketing strategy, video sharing site, web video university, webvideouniversity.com
While traditional video sharing sites like YouTube draw a lot of traffic, they are not necessarily the ideal business environment for online video marketing efforts. Search results tend to be diluted due to the large number of amateur and entertainment videos.
This is where eCorpTV.com comes in. eCorpTV.com is a free video sharing website specifically designed for businesses and professionals. To learn how your business can use eCorpTV.com to integrate online video into your existing marketing efforts, check out the Web Video University video interview with Ali Swiatkowski of eCorpTV.com.
Click here to view eCorpTV.com video interview
Tags: business videos, eCorpTV, online video marketing, video advertising
Spam was first made infamous through the deceiving emails that filled your inbox; however, it has expanded into various other forms. We’ve seen spam in text messages, search engines, social networking and more recently we’re seeing it in video.
VideoSurf estimates that 20% of online video is spam. Video spam is any type of video or video link that is misleading. Some examples include misleading tags or keywords, misleading thumbnail images that link to spam videos, or static screens that show only a web address.
I recently received an email from a friend that had a video attachment and a subject line which read “Hilarious dancing little boy.” The video featured a little guy dancing to a popular hip-hop song and to be honest with you it was pretty funny. In fact, I was so amused that I decided to visit the website which was promoted on the bottom corner of the video. I was expecting more related content; i.e. funny kids or animal videos. You can imagine my disgust when I found it to be an Adult Entertainment Website.
The bottom line is – delivering false messages or misleading an audience is unethical regardless of the medium or the subject.
Have you had experiences with video spam? How do you think this type of spam can be prevented?
Tags: business video sharing, eCorpTV, Online marketing, online video, pre-roll advertising, video advertising, video marketing
Companies today must find alternative ways to reach consumers – new ways to cut through all the clutter. With the increasing popularity of online video marketing, many have turned to pre-roll advertising.
We’ve all been exposed to this intrusive form of advertising. According to Burst Media’s survey, 75% of respondents found pre-roll ads invasive. For example, you want to watch a specific video but are first forced to watch a 30 second video featuring a blanket with sleeves.
Burst Media’s survey also found that 49.6% of 25 to 34-year-olds will bail as soon as they see a pre-roll and this rises to 60% for those over 55.
I almost always bail during pre-roll ads for two reasons. 1.) I’m annoyed because I want to watch my video right NOW. 2.) I don’t want a sleeved blanket; it looks ridiculous and highly flammable. Many sites claim to match pre-roll ads to video content, but I have seen many inconsistencies.
Pre-roll ads not only disrupt the viewer’s online experience, they also hold disadvantages for companies that post videos, including:
1. High bail out rate—Consumers want information NOW and can’t be forced to view something they didn’t choose. They will bail out during the pre-roll before even seeing your video.
2. Loss of control—You don’t have a say in what type of commercial is played before your video. It may be for a competitor or for something that contradicts your brand.
3. Short attention spans—Those pre-roll ads detract from the time and focus that should be spent on your video.
What is your tolerance level for pre-roll ads? What determines whether you watch or bail?