Video Marketing Statistics You Need To Know

Hi there! It’s us again: the CreatorKit team. We have just posted a complete list with the 58 more important video marketing facts and statistics every business man or woman should probably take into consideration when deciding their social media communication strategy.

We are convinced that video marketing is a worldwide trend that runs almost faster than lightspeed, but there is absolutely no reason for you to trust us.

That is why we thought it was necessary to let you know all the 58 reasons we found.

Starting with YouTube and covering Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Snapchat and TikTok, video marketing is the type of content that rules the Internet in terms of sales, engagement with your audience and spreading messages!

With that in mind, we decided it was important to gather every relevant statistic you need to hear about.

We have gathered statistics shared and analyzed by experts and consultants all around the globe to come up with this 58 items list.

From England, for instance, we have really digged into Gary Fox’s website dedicated to strategy and innovation consultancy.

As Gary states, Psychographic Segmentation is key for brands to successfully approach their audiences.

This means that getting to know and segmenting your audience correctly will enable you to personalize your strategy.

There is no point in giving the same standardized message to different niche markets.

Instead, you should increase engagement by customizing your conversation according to your potential customers.

In fact, 95% of the companies claim to have tripled their ROI as a consequence of their customization strategy.

What’s more, brands get a 28% increase on loyalty from their millennials consumers when they are contacted with a personalized language. And we all know how much millennials are into video marketing!

So jump into this article to learn everything about video marketing in 2020: who is doing it and why, how is video marketing boosting businesses using it and which numbers and percentages indicate it will continue to grow.

Read the full article here!