Leveraging Event Video Helps Sales Conferences Socially By Improving Visibility

 

What is the next best thing to being there at a live conference or event? The simple answer is video or even better live video. If you watch a sporting event you have a few options attend the event live, watch it on television or on demand. The event still gets viewership and brand exposure.

Nothing is better than networking at a live conference but in some cases you can’t attend the event due to travel, location, costs and schedule conflicts. Here is where Social Media “Social Channel News” comes into play.

In the past you had to wait for blog posts and article recaps, listen for interviews, follow the event twitter hashtag #SalesConference for updates etc. Video is the media channel that resonates best with me when monitoring an event. I want to see the experience and be told the digital story. The benefits for the viewer are obvious. Video can be more engaging and compelling than text.

 

What are the benefits of Video Coverage for event planners, program coordinators and conference directors?

  • Video Coverage improves the visibility and coverage of your event. Increase the size of your audience.
  • Video will support the shelf life of your event. Relevancy has a deadline and video can amplify and extend it.
  • More engagement and interaction with event attendees.

Video Strategies for Event Planners

  • Encourage your attendees to do video blogs, video interviews, video recaps
  • Offer a video contests for attendees. With Vine and Instagram, mobile video is easier than ever to produce and distribute content. Leverage your event attendees as your mobile video evangelists Simple social user generated content.
  • Set up a video Chat or Live Google Hangouts and take questions from a global audience. Live interactive video marketing
  • Offer a pay-per-view Video content plan.

What can conference event attendees do to make events more social?

Please continue to post and write great updates, share the experience. Focus on using your mobile device as content curator tool. More tweets, more pictures do some video! Tell and share the event story with visual marketing

We have the technology today to capture live events with greater impact. Let’s leverage “Social Channels” and “Video” to make this happen.

Obvious or Oblivious

It’s obvious that social video marketing can amplify and build brand awareness for conferences and events. Don’t be Oblivious to power and impact of event video marketing today.

Video Sales Training Brand Ambassador “Maximum Resources”

At Lehman’s Terms of Business we offer video sales training services.  We leverage the use of video to train and educate your sales team by doing product training videos as video brand ambassadors.

Our mission is to train your sales force so they can expedite the sales cycle and close more business with retailers, buyers and suppliers These training videos are designed for your sales team and not for the consumer audience.

Maximum Resources Product Training Demo Video Clip

Here are some the Product Lines where I completed the entire pre-production and post-production process. I served as the video talent for online training.

Char-Griller 2nd Largest Charcoal BBQ Grill Company in United States

Liberty Garden Products The Leading Metal Water Hose Storage Company

Polar Trailer a division of Clam Corporation North America’s Leading manufacturer of ice fishing shelters and apparel

West Oregon Wood Products An innovative leader and manufacturer of premium wood pellets and wood firelogs.

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If your business is looking for video sales training let us spotlight your brand and educate your sales force through the power of video representation.  We keep it educational and make it social.

LinkedIn Videos Spotlighting Profile Changes

As you know, I am passionate about video engagement and using social media networks to generate results. I post and create content on social video and social selling best practices. Recently LinkedIn made another series of design changes to their profile and user interface.

Originally, I was going to do a video highlighting the new LinkedIn facelift but I came across two tremendous articles and VIDEOS that highlight these changes. Today I want to spotlight Viveka von Rosen and Donna Serdula for their great posts and educational videos on the recent changes to LinkedIn profiles. Please check out their blog posts and watch their videos if you want to learn more about LinkedIn Profile Changes. Both videos are great visual presentations to train on LinkedIn.

In Lehman’s Terms, most of us excel with visual learning and these videos by Viveka and Donna are great examples of this.
I look forward to reading more content and watching more videos from Viveka and Donna. Great job ladies. A thank you video response and comment is in order.

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