In 2011 having a video on your website will become a must for every business. We are not talking about feel good clips and testimonials. The content will explain products and services, answer frequently asked questions as well as serve as a user manual.
San Diego regional Chamber of Commerce is using the HandBookLive.com video platform to both explain its new product offering, ChamberZoom and for managing valuable tutorials. “HandBookLive is a great vehicle for delivering informative video brochures featuring ChamberZoom.com,” commented Doug Holman, Vice President of Membership. “YouTube is great for just putting things out on the web but you better get it right in one take. And, don’t make any changes because grabbing the video back isn’t so easy.”
When it comes to serving the needs of business end users HandBookLive was created with the understanding that video information must be able to be organized, updated in real time, and easy to navigate. The beauty of HandBookLive is that any video can be sorted into chapters. Thus allowing quick edits when products or information changes.
Holman further explained his experience with HandBookLive, “They made it so effortless. I cannot say enough good things about them. In addition to incorporating our existing video tutorials they have also created new videos that help us share how passionate we are about our suite of ChamberZoom products”. Watch the video to see the HandBookLive video brochure in action.
You may feel good about having a video on your site but does that video make visitors to your site happy and does it make them more likely to buy your product or service?
HandBookLive.com will help your business get more exposure and it is free. Yes, you can post your existing videos on www.HandBookLive.com at no charge.
“HandBookLive is not only a leader and a major player in online education based video marketing, but they are a local company right here in San Marcos. They started 3 years ago when businesses were simply creating online YouTube commercials or mailing out corporate training DVDs.” says Ruben Barrales, CEO and President of the SD Chamber
The HandBookLive solution is perfect for Business to Business (B2B) and Business to Consumer (B2C) companies. They can now create and distribute online video brochures across multiple websites and mobile devices – with no DVD creation charges and no expensive postage. From simple web site tours and product overviews to detailed customer support user guides, these video brochures can use the power of video and education based marketing to drive sales and simplify customer support. Unlike regular online video players, HandBookLive provides videos in a chapter format, allowing consumers to control what they watch and eliminating the frustration of skipping over commercials or finding user generated content scattered all over the internet.
HandBookLive can create informative video guides from start to finish, include your existing video and marketing assets, and provide on-going support and management of your video content. You can open a free account by registering at http://www.handbooklive.com/register.php or contact Laura Beken at email@example.com