Video is becoming increasingly important in our digital age. More companies are utilizing this medium to get in front of potential customers and to establish themselves as experts in their field.
AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) June 13, 2018
Magnificent Marketing is proud to announce another collaboration with Paul Kortman of Connex Social on how to market a small business in a digital world.
Video is becoming increasingly important in our digital age. More companies are utilizing this medium to get in front of potential customers and to establish themselves as experts in their field. In this new podcast episode, Kortman discusses the power of video marketing as a teaching tool and offers five digital marketing strategies that small business owners will find are essential to their company’s growth and success.
Kortman covers the following topics:
-The importance of video in a digital age
-Creating a video production schedule
-Making testimonial, how-to and introductory videos
-LinkedIn as a golden marketing opportunity
-Collaborating with other business owners
-Encouraging clients to write online reviews
About Magnificent Marketing:
Magnificent Marketing is your full-service content marketing agency that will take care of all your marketing needs so that you can concentrate on the core duties needed to manage and grow your business.
Their objective is to generate leads that turn into customers while focusing on expanding the visibility of your company and brand, and positioning you to be "top of mind" for future potential clients.
In order to achieve this, they draw on their experience and belief that a mixture of traditional marketing techniques combined with modern marketing tools will yield the best results. In other words, they blend old and new school marketing to create the best school of thought.
About Paul Kortman:
Paul Kortman is a self-proclaimed nerd who's spent 12 years in the IT jungle and started Connex Digital Marketing in 2010.
Paul brings his experience as a small business entrepreneur to the table every time he consults on a marketing project. He believes that marketing is driven by the organization but also drives the organization. In essence, marketing can define product development, revenue, and profitability.
What people say the most about Paul is that he can connect the dots, and he is nerdy enough to know the nitty gritty details of search engine algorithms, yet personable to explain the high level of those details in such a way that people can understand and take steps to improve without his further assistance. He likes to blog about search engine and social media marketing.