"Customers can experience us on an individual level, put a face with the name, and better understand who our company really is,” states Jay Reeder, President of VoiceNation.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) April 26, 2012
VoiceNation, the innovative telecommunications leader providing virtual phone and live answering services finds the video technology phenomenon useful to increase brand awareness and product knowledge.
“There is a growing need to embed video technology into your website,” states Jay Reeder, President of VoiceNation. “The purpose of video technology is to help build a better relationship with customers in addition to the SEO benefits we’ve seen. Customers can experience us on an individual level, put a face with the name, and better understand who our company really is.”
VoiceNation also feels that informational videos help cater live answering solutions to a larger audience. “Many consumers are visual learners. If we can help them to better understand our service or guide them through the online order process via a video demonstration, then we have made their life easier and that’s what people are looking for,” states Mr. Reeder.
Video blogging is another important technique VoiceNation uses to engage with customers. With the help of social media, VoiceNation is taking a more personalized approach when sharing informative updates, product and service expansions, and exciting customer announcements. Video blogs allow consumers to “see inside” a company. They help the audience relate to the brand.
Seven years ago Monday, YouTube loaded its first video, the 19-second “Me at the Zoo.” Today, more than four billion videos are viewed each day, making it the largest site to house video content in history. YouTube is an important vehicle to help video content go viral. The social video sharing site enables VoiceNation to increase its reach, making it possible for a wider range of audience to learn more about VoiceNation’s products and services through online video sharing.
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1.866.766.5050, ext. 107