Reasons Why Video Should Take a Leading Role in Your Content Marketing Plan

  • Videos have been proven to demand more consumer attention than any other medium. And while we’re in the midst of what some might call a content-overload for consumers, capturing attention is particularly key.

  • We’ve heard over and over that visual content is the key to great engagement. Video is no exception. So when you’re considering what types of posts to schedule on social networks in the coming weeks, think video: audiences are about 10 times more likely to engage, embed, share, and comment on video content than blogs or related social posts.
  • 65% of viewers watch more than ¾ of a video, which is more than we can say about text-based content. So if you have a message to get across (and why wouldn’t you if you’re creating content?), video might be the way to go.

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  • Custom Facebook & Twitter pages
  • Animate, Text/Image/music & Filmed videos
  • Live Comercial, Film Video Production
  • Social media and Video optimization
  • Power point presentations

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    Jennifer Boysko served as aide to Dranesville Supervisor John Foust. She staffed the Supervisor on all matters related to Economic Advisory Committee and Audit Committee and for all Virginia Department of Transportation Maintenance and Housing issues. She served as liaison to help solve district challenges, address constituent issues, and to find solutions to problems. Working with various homeowners associations and local organizations she provided connections between constituents, groups, and organizations to County agencies and officials. She joined the Supervisor’s staff in 2008 when he was elected, and for the first five years of his term served as his Herndon Aide, Education, Human Services, Utilities and Consumer Affairs Aide. She served as Supervisor Foust’s representative in all issues relating to the Herndon area regarding land use and transportation, Metro area planning, liaison with Town government and constituent services.