Before you start creating videos or finalise your video strategy, it is important to know who will view your video. We don’t want showing our videos to the wrong target audience now, do we?
Jean-Luc from Tropical shared this wonderful example of poor targeting by Toms shoes, where they kept sending newsletters to men, highlighting shoes of the opposite gender – women.
“But hey, single men can buy Toms shoes for their friends/family”.
Yes, of course, this possibility does exist, but is it the one with the maximum potential? Why spend a day hunting squirrels with a rifle, when you can score a 10-point buck?
Head over to your online whiteboard or your notebook and answer these questions:
Tom Fanelli from SocialMediaExaminer shared this recently:
You should have a similar drawing in your board or notebook by now with the traits of each of the options filled in.
After you have an answer to these questions, you can zero in on the channel/medium you wish to share your videos on and the audience you would want to educate and engage.
If you are already done with this, you can head over to the Rocketium Editor and start creating the video that you think will appeal to your audience.
After you create the video, don’t forget to share it on the website(s) you think will work for you!
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