Stills from your video serve as great photography.
Since we still can’t embed actual video files in email *sigh,* we get around it by using GIFs with a play button overlayed. GIFs autoplay, giving readers a preview of your video and urging them to click the play button to see more.
More than half of all videos on the Internet are watched without sound, but your message can still get across with subtitles.
Facebook wants to keep people on their platform. Posting YouTube links will result in your video gaining less traffic and less reach.
Embedding video content on your homepage increases conversions by 20% or more!
Include a GIF of your video in your email that links to a page on your website containing the video itself.
Sharing your brand’s content on your own personal LinkedIn profile will greatly boost the reach of your video content.
design for mute
Most video content consumed on Instagram is viewed without audio. Make sure your message gets across by including subtitles.
short & sweet
Short and sweet content is the nature of the platform, so post a condensed version of your video on Twitter.
People are often looking for the nicest image to click on as they scroll through YouTube results. Fortunately, you can upload your own custom thumbnails to YouTube.
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GIFs are great because they autoplay a sneak peak of your video.