According to Hubspot, ‘Snackable’ content is short, easily digestible content that is often visually engaging.
The purpose of creating this short content is to offer immediate entertainment or insights, prompt others to share socially, attract new leads, and drive people to your website for longer-form content (like a blog) to consume on the same topic.
Four types of snackable content formats that can lead to meaningful outcomes are:
These types of snackable,
Lately I have been spending several hours a week recording videos in my home office for my clients, social media, my website and for the virtual university classes I teach. In fact, I recently recorded videos for my new series called, 85 Million Dollar Marketing Tips, filled with bite size segments of successful marketing strategies.
I wanted to share how easy and inexpensive it is to set up your own video studio.
Are you using video in your business? Video connects and gives viewers an inside look into your firm, insight, knowledge and personality. But did you know that there is a significantly higher chance that your clients and prospects will watch your video content than there is of them responding to your emails, letters, proposals, or even reading information on your websites and blogs?
A website with a video is 53 times more likely to come up on the first page result on Google than the exact same page without video?
In June, Red Zone Marketing conducted a survey of 641 financial advisors to see how they are operating, what they are facing in their businesses right now, and… how they are marketing given social distancing.
We will release more information about the survey but wanted to start with the top marketing ideas that were uncovered, and our subsequent research into the specific resources for conducting these activities on your own.
The study was conducted June 15-19,
Advisor Pulse Survey Results: How Advisors Are Operating in This New Era of Uncertainty