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Video Quality vs. Video Quantity

The current market behavior now places the consumer above the producer and consumer are not longer under the mercy of the producers but the tables have turned, and this is the reason why producers need to work hard in finding ways to cultivate this relationship with their consumers in order to please them and gain their loyalty. The competition is tough and everyone wants to achieve that customer satisfaction which is now the primary aim of producers, outpacing all other efforts to benefit the consumers. In other words, it is not enough to say that the consumer is king, producers continue to match its services from the consumer’s angle.

In this day and age, offering something to your customers should satisfy their prerequisites, and you don’t merely offer them a certain type of coffee, but it has to match how consumers like to drink their coffee. In other words, offering a universal cup and a cover with a hole may aggrieve or wrong some customers because they don’t drink their coffee in these types of cups and can cause a spill.

Another high level of gratification in the marketing world falls under ‘information dissemination. The importance of content is seen in the way people have expressed in when they say content is king. It is not only having instant information or entertainment, but people also want to be satisfied or enlightened with what they read or what they watch. In other words, it is not enough to simply provide inscribed information or an entertaining piece of literature else a story, they want to instantly see an object even while the information is gradually supplied. This is where video quantity and video quality comes in.

So producing a lot of videos (video quantity) is not really enough but what is more important is the kind of video you present (video quality). Having a video with great content is something that your consumers will want to see. This also means, that while great articles and infographics are brilliant at informing the reader, the emotions that videos evoke are unlike anything that can come from print.

It is therefore right to say that today video is king, although not every kind of video, but only those that give the consumers a great watching experience because they find value in it. Today, around ninety six percent of consumers say that videos have them make their buying decisions and this happens if the content via videos give consumers an instantaneous content comprehension and awareness. This includes a high percentage of people who say that watching an interesting video leaves a positive impression of the brand.

Successful selling is about building an emotional connection toward your prospective clients.