2,000 4K-resolution stock videos you can use in your promotions #ad
Here’s what Forbes Magazine says about video for online marketers:
“Video content promotes brand recall. Video marketing can boost your site’s SEO. Video marketing can help strengthen your brand message. Video content wants to go viral.”
More and more marketers have come to realize the truth of that statement. Your sales are better when video helps with the selling.
Richard Madison has just released a new large collection of high-definition videos you can use in your own sales promotions. No longer do you have to invest hundreds of dollars to get an attractive sales video. Stockocity 4K Videos gives you 2,000 Ultra HD 4K Royalty Free Stock Videos for about $30 (but the price is rising.)
These are not just videos they have found (and you can find) on the web and pulled into a package. These are licensed videos that cost Madison a pretty penny to create, and are not on hudreds of sites already. This is a new package of 2000 4K videos, freshly offered this week.
Far too many videos use rubbish low quality free backgrounds & scenes. 62% of consumers are more likely to have a negative perception of a brand that published a poor quality video.
Quality matters for online videos; people now expect it. An inferior video makes the product being sold look like an inferior product. In fact, Backlinko.com analyzed 1.3 million YouTube videos to better understand how YouTube’s search engine works. One of the key success indicators is high quality.. 68.2% of videos on the first page of YouTube are in HD or (even better) 4K.
Madison and his team help you you to find the perfect video for your needs by putting all the keywords and phrases a video is intended for in the filename of the video.
By the way, If you don’t know what 4K means, here’s the scoop:
• HD (high definition) video is 1280 pixels wide by 720 tall
• FHD (full HD) video is 1920×1080
• 4K or UHD (ultra HD) video is an incredible 3840×2160.
With 4K resolution, your videos will be crystal clear.
Stock video sites like ShutterStock charge $79 to $499 for a single 4K stock video that you can use only one time in one project. IN the sale, you are getting 2,000 for less than the typical price of one.
And there are no monthly membership payments to make, no further license payments. Just a one-time investment and you’ve got them all.
You need to see samples to appreciate what you are getting. Check it out here: Stockocity 4K Videos.
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