EyeOverheard On The Forums; You Tube Videos for Advertising

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Apologies again to LensChic for stealing their name.  A question was asked: Do You Use You Tube For Advertising?

  • Nathan Bonilla-Warford I try to do a video for any pib campaign or event we are doing.
  • Q: and then do you post it to your FB page, Website, and Twitter ??
  • Keely Noël Rowe We usually only do 1 or 2 videos a year – but I would love to do more. After produced I do use them on our other social networking sites. My goal is to make the staff more relatable and to make our patients laugh. I would probably venture into some educational (but funny) videos if I had more time. http://www.youtube.com/mwcvisionsource
  • Nancy Hutchison Is it hard? What kind of camera do you use? Who “produces” it?
  • Eye Socialeyes Youtube is one of the best marketing tools in the world. Here is a little tip when creating your video. Recently YouTube introduced a speech recognition technology/feature which automatically detects the first 30 seconds of speech and turns it into text for the search engines to crawl. Make sure to use keywords in the first 30 seconds and use those keywords in your tags.
  • Justin Bazan Check out Park Slope Eye‘s youtube channel. We have over 50 videos with thousands and thousands of views….you can say we kinda use youtube :
  • Kevin Gee i do somewhat frequently. the best was when we posted the unveiling of the Oakley C-Six Carbon Fiber ltd 250 that sold for $4K. people are still talking about it. we posted a flip video of me unwrapping the box and then the phone calls started coming. we sold TWO of them…channel gee2007eye
  • Alan Glazier Knockin it put on eyeinfochannel (one word)..check out the smashing glasses series of commercials I produced, and especially the one about hibachi eye injuries
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