Video Marketing Weekly from Penrose Productions 2/21/17

Here’s the latest about social media sharing in our latest edition of the Video Marketing Weekly.

Social media sharingSocial media sharing is the featured topic in this week’s edition of the Video Marketing Weekly. While we have lots of other articles from throughout the web this week, the one that emphasizes social media sharing caught our eye.

This week, we didn’t focus on the headline article from our compilation, but rather we’re looking at a post titled “3 Way s to Get More Bang for Your Buck with Social Media Ads.”

The article has some good points about the platform you use for video ads, but we think the key point is the third one: “Always encourage social media sharing.”

This is often a tedious task, but one that can not be overlooked. In order to magnify your exposure to as many people as possible in your target audience, you need to promote social media sharing for your video ads. This can be done in many ways.

Please be sure to look over this article and let us know if we can help you define the targets and strategies for your social media sharing.

There are many additional articles in the Video Marketing Weekly, so we hope you’ll take the time to explore the hints in them to aid your strategy and tactics for using video marketing in your business. As always, let us know your thoughts on any of the articles gathered in this week’s edition, including the video research involved.

At Penrose Productions we are delighted to share this compilation of video marketing articles and posts to help our clients grasp the many opportunities that video marketing brings as part of your business mix. Why not subscribe so you don’t miss an issue? It’s free.

For help with your video marketing strategy (and to create that sharable video that you’ve always wanted) call us at Penrose Productions: 650-969-8273

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