By now, most of us are likely convinced that consumers start their searches start online—but do you know where do they end? Current Google data states that approximately 97% of consumers use online search to find a local business or service. So, if you want your business to be ranked above the competition that means you have to top the Google Map Pack. And that starts with Google reviews.
So what are Google reviews and why do they matter so much?
Google reviews are user-generated comments that customers can post about your businesses on Google. Each review consists of a rating from 1 to 5 stars that result in your business’s average Google star rating.
What are the benefits of Google reviews?
Today, Google reviews impact customer choice more than ever. Reviews influence 88% of consumers in discovering a local business. And having more online reviews means your website will rank higher in search. Google evaluates 4 factors when it comes to reviews: recency, frequency, quality and quantity. Moz estimates that a significant factor in Google’s algorithm is driven by review signals. Increasing your number of reviews is one of the quickest ways to start ranking higher in search results.
How can you increase reviews for your business?
If it’s difficult to leave a review for your business, most people aren’t going to do it. Only the extremely happy or the irate customers will make the effort to let the Internet know what they think. But what about all the everyday customers who use your services all the time?
Covid has taught everyone to use QR Codes. Strategically placing small cards or signs with your custom QR code in waiting rooms, restaurant tables, and checkout lines makes it easy for customers to give their feedback. Read our case study here.
It’s also easy to request a Google Review online. Google gives you a custom web address that sends your customers right to your review box. Include this link in an email, social media post or even text it to your customers. You can find it in the home page of your Google My Business account. Need help finding it?
If you’re ready to increase your reviews but don’t have the time to do it yourself, we have a trained team that can help. Reach out at [email protected] or contact us here.
How Better Branding Improves Customer Service
March 7, 2022
The recent pandemic confirmed the importance of local government services remaining easily accessible online during a crisis. We partnered with Clay County Clerk of Court to create an updated website to provide around-the-clock access to court services.
See the New Clay County Clerk Website
Features included ADA Compliance, home page announcements, DIY options, video and more. Customers now have the option of in-person or on-line access, saving valuable staff time.
I just wanted to say thank you for such a wonderful website. Throughout this process everyone has been the consummate professional. You knew the right questions to ask, probed for details and really listened to our concerns about our previous site. You made the process very easy and have remained patient with our various requests. We are very proud of our new website and have received many compliments thus far, I am beyond thrilled with the end result.
Your logo may be more important than you know. A dated image can signal that your organization is out of touch. A refreshed identity can convey to customers that you are progressive and up-to-date. What’s more, a professionally designed logo can create confidence among your staff when worn proudly on embroidered teamwear or print more effectively on business cards, brochures and more.
We’ve recently designed new logos for many Clerks of Court and public services providing them with a unique identity to represent the great work they do. Let us know if we can help your team with a new logo package that works where you need it most.
What Is SEO? The 2022 Guide to Search Engine Optimization
January 5, 2022
SEO stands for “search engine optimization.” In layman’s terms, it means the process of improving your website’s ranking, by Google, Bing, and other search engines, when people search for products or services related to your business.
How does SEO work?
When you enter words and phrases to find what you are looking for, search engines such as Google use bots to crawl websites identifying for the best possible solutions to meet your needs, then they provide a ranking of website options where you can click. Algorithms come into play taking in many ranking factors such as page loading speed (Google says your website should load in under 3 seconds), how well your website responds to smartphones, quality of the content on your page, and many others.
Why is SEO important for you?
As marketing has become more digital (are you looking at magazine ads right now, or do you have your smartphone within arm’s reach?) thousands of people near you are currently conducting searches for real estate, restaurants, college scholarships, doctors and more. If you want your website to rank higher for specific keywords, there are steps you can take.
How can I improve SEO?
Having a commitment to SEO is a great start. You can improve your website’s ranking but there are steps you need to take. Two (2) main categories to understand are On-Page SEO and Off-Page SEO. On-Page has to do with what’s on YOUR website, such as page loading speed, relevance of content, videos, etc. Off-Page SEO takes place outside your website and includes websites that link to you as a source of more information. Google uses the acronym E-A-T ― Expertise, Authoritative and Trustworthy.
Local SEO can be extremely helpful as it allows you to put information about your website online, such as through an accurate YouTube channel linking to your website or consistent business hours displayed on your company’s Facebook and Google Business pages.
Over the past couple of years many businesses have recognized that their website has become a critical success factor to their business. SEO, along with paid digital advertising, can combine to generate increased traffic from relevant leads that buy your product.
If you’d like to learn more about SEO services we can provide for your website, contact [email protected].
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Why Website Accessibility Requires Ongoing Support and Maintenance
November 8, 2021
Accessibility guidelines are evolving, and your website needs to adapt to stay compliant. The next release of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is slated to become official next year. But don’t wait to start migrating to the new standards, because there are 10 new rules that your website has to meet.
What is website accessibility?
If you’re not up to speed on website accessibility, the term can be defined as a measurement that shows how easily your website can be used by people with disabilities. This includes any permanent or temporary impairment that makes life more difficult such as blindness or low vision (like color-blindness), deafness or hearing loss, limited movement or dexterity (like a broken hand or arm), and learning or cognitive impairment. Check out this video for some real-world examples:
I thought my website was already accessible. Do I need updates?
Maintaining accessibility is crucial. With every uploaded file, published blog post, or change in standards, website maintenance is needed in order to keep the website accessible. At KMA, we offer ADA Maintenance Plans for a structured approach to keeping your website accessible. These plans dedicate a monthly maintenance budget to only accessibility improvements.
Changes in Accessibility Standards
To maintain accessibility, we follow W3C’s WCAG 2.1 Guidelines that were published in June 2018. WCAG 2.2 was on schedule to be published earlier this year but was delayed. So, while the new standards are currently in draft, we highly recommend that you start working towards this new version because it includes 10 new success criteria, and is on schedule to be published next year. These new features include:
All of the websites we build for our clients include a Content Management System. In most cases, WordPress is used to allow clients to add their own content to pages. While this is a great feature for clients and keeping websites up-to-date, it can become a liability for sites that are required to maintain a certain level of accessibility. However, client-controlled website updates can be monitored and patched fairly quickly under a dedicated ADA Maintenance Plan.
Uploaded PDF Documents
PDF stands for “portable document format,” and is a type of file that can be opened in any internet browser being used today. So, accessibility standards that apply to website pages, also apply to PDF documents. PDF files were created by Adobe in the early 1990s to help incompatible computers view a document the way it was intended to look. Many changes have been made by software publishers so PDFs can be more naturally accessible, but simply saving an MS Word file as a PDF still does not make it meet all specifications required by the WCAG. In most cases, we make changes to the PDFs clients upload and replace the file on the website where needed. Clients that publish PDFs frequently, may take advantage of an Accessibility Training Session where we set up a live video training explaining how to use Adobe Acrobat to address accessibility issues prior to uploading them to their website.
Have more questions about website accessibility?
At KMA, we’ve helped many clients ranging from real estate agencies to Clerks of Court, non-profits, healthcare providers, and more make their websites more accessible through design expertise and monthly maintenance plans. If you are unsure where your website stands, we have a team of professionals who would be happy to provide you with a comprehensive review, request an ADA Compliance Review of your website. Or, if you know you need immediate help, request a Website Accessibility Compliance Estimate.
How Usable Is Your Logo?
October 5, 2021
With our world shrinking to the size of a smartphone screen, the first impression you make in a small space is more important than ever. What does your logo look like atop your website, on a mobile phone, or on a business card? Does it work in embroidered teamwear? What does the design say about your competence and quality?
Full Detail Logo
Small format Mobile Phone Version
We recently completed a new logo for the Duval County Florida Clerk of Court. Check out the multiple versions designed for both large and small area uses.
More and more consumers are asking themselves this question and looking to online trust indicators such as a good-looking website, online reviews, website speed, branding consistency, social media, and user experience to find the answers. These trust factors are vital to business success, so how do you build trust?
The key is consistency.
So how to you become consistent with all services you offer? In today’s digital age, the best way to do that is with your digital presence, your website, social media pages, Google MyBusiness and more. Develop trust digitally by being consistent everywhere you can.
Ask for reviews.
Building trust for our clients and their consumers is essential in every brand strategy that we develop. Whether you are getting reviews through Facebook, TripAdvisor, Google or email, the key is to ask. The more good reviews you get, the better. So help a happy customer become an advocate for your business by initiating a good review.
Kerigan Marketing Associates Bags Top Branding Agency Award on Clutch
August 10, 2021
At Kerigan Marketing Associates, we help businesses take the leap to the next level. We’re a full-service marketing agency that provides branding, website development, digital marketing, media buying, video production, social media management, and more. We combine business prowess with artistic creativity in our results-driven campaigns. With a head for business and a creative soul, we take dead aim at the metrics you value most. No matter the medium, we are focused on growing brand awareness, delivering sales, and strengthening client relationships.
Recently, Clutch recognized our company and named us a Top Branding Agency in Florida!
Clutch is a B2B reviews company in the heart of Washington, DC that aims to help businesses of all sizes identify and connect with the agencies they need to achieve their goals. They cover diverse industries, such as IT, advertising, and marketing, and their team of analysts conducts in-depth interviews with clients about the quality of their engagement with service providers. Clutch also carefully creates lists of the market leaders by industry and location, to enable companies to establish credibility and to allow buyers to find the right provider.
“We’re thrilled to be recognized as a Clutch Leader,” said Kerigan Marketing Associates’ CEO. “The priceless feedback we receive from our clients is a testament to the personal relationship we form with each of our marketing partners. As a data-driven agency, we know results are everything. We’re proud to stand behind marketing campaigns that create more conversions, leads, and loyal customers.”
Using Clutch, our clients are sharing their experience of working with our team. Hear it from Huy Nguyen, Managing Partner at The View on Old 98, who said, “They were great in terms of setting up our Facebook infrastructure. Thanks to Kerigan Marketing Associates, we have better Facebook numbers than any of the surrounding restaurants.” Visit our Clutch profile to read more reviews!
Due to the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become essential to have a digital presence. This year, we’ve helped a record number of businesses reach customers online. It’s time to dive into the digital world with optimized social media accounts, sales-driving marketing campaigns, and most importantly, a mobile-first website your customers (and Google) will love! Contact us today to learn more about our services.
2021 Marketing Trends
July 12, 2021
COVID drastically changed the customer journey, with a huge shift to online interactions. Every business had to make changes on the fly to stay afloat, but which marketing strategies should you be using now?
Changes in the Customer Journey
Businesses worldwide have made massive shifts over the past year to adapt to an economy more digital than ever before. Your customers have changed the way they shop. For a while, in-store shopping all but disappeared. We’re thrilled to see real live customers coming through our doors again, but online shopping isn’t going back to pre-COVID levels, if anything it’s still on the rise.
With the explosion of internet shopping, pre-purchase research and customers actively looking to engage with businesses online, some businesses will rise to the top, while others will be lost on page 2 (or worse) of Google. In 2021, we’ve seen the rise of many digital marketing trends, but which online trends will last the test of time?
We’ve outlined the top marketing trends of 2021: 3 predictions for the best new trends coming to marketing, 3 must-haves for any business, and 3 tried and true growth tactics.
Next Hot Thing for Digital Marketing
Here’s a first look at the newest tactics in digital marketing that will position your business at the forefront.
Email marketing has been around forever. The age old struggle has been getting customers to actually get to your website and make a purchase. 97.4% of emails never receive a click. But what if you could make it even easier for customers to see the products they’re already interested in, without ever leaving their inbox. MailChimp is introducing in-email purchasing very soon. Paired with advanced personalization, your customers could see the items they already viewed on your site and complete the checkout process seamlessly inside their inbox.
Business owners don’t always have time to reply to every message they receive. Customers become frustrated at the lack of response and go to the next business. As your business scales, chatbots are a great way to automate answers to routine customer questions and drive sales. Chatbots are easily installed on social media pages, like Facebook, and even on your website. One of our clients started receiving 54% more messages on Facebook last month after installing a simple chatbot. Chatbots can increase sales 10-100% depending on the industry.
2021 Must Haves
If you’re not already doing these things, you’re already behind.
Your marketing should yield measurable data you can count on. “Without data you’re just another person with an opinion.” –Edwards Deming, Statistician. One of the first questions we ask of new clients is, “Do you have Google Analytics installed on your website?”. Know exactly which marketing efforts are yielding the best results and start making informed decisions on where to put your marketing dollars, no guesswork required.
The next step for elevating your business to the next level.
Your customers want to see YOU! Some of the most successful marketing initiatives are all about people. Position your client as the hero in everything that you do. The simple swap of “our surgical techniques are minimally-invasive” to “you’ll recover faster and with less pain” could mean more appointments coming in your door. Also, don’t be afraid to be in front of the camera. Especially these days when in-person interactions are still limited, your customers want to see your photo and videos when they engage with you online. Start small by just posting a cell-phone video explaining your services. You’ll be surprised at the results!
Have Consistent Branding Online
One of the biggest turn offs to a customer is inconsistent branding. If a customer can’t recognize you across your website, storefront, and social media pages, you’re missing a big opportunity for brand recognition. This means your business name, color scheme and photos should follow one theme no matter where a customer finds you online. Consistency is key for Google search too, with more consistent brands ranking higher in Google Search results. At KMA, we’re known for our branding expertise; from award winning logo design to social media updates, we can help your business build brand recognition.
Optimize for Google’s Core Web Vitals
Google’s Page Experience Update launched June of this year, with new metrics called Core Web Vitals as a way to assign a numerical score to how enjoyable your website is to use. Websites that meet these 6 standards are 24% less likely to be abandoned because your customer will find your site easy to use. Sites that meet these requirements also rank higher on Google Search. The bottom line: your current customers will spend longer on your site and more new customers will find you. See how your website currently ranks here.
Keeping your business afloat is more important than ever in the wake of a natural disaster.
2021 Hurricane Season: What Can We Expect?
Hurricane season extends from June 1 to November 30th. NOAA‘s Climate Prediction Center anticipates another above-normal Atlantic hurricane season. Although storms are not expected to reach the historic highs we witnessed in 2020, we’ll still see a higher number of storms than we do in a typical season. This year, we’re likely to see 13 to 20 named storms, with 3-5 of those likely to be major hurricanes (category 3, 4, or 5).
“Now is the time for communities along the coastline as well as inland to get prepared for the dangers that hurricanes can bring,” said Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo. “The experts at NOAA are poised to deliver life-saving early warnings and forecasts to communities, which will also help minimize the economic impacts of storms.”
The economic impact of storms on businesses is significant. FEMA estimates that in the wake of a natural disaster, 40% of small businesses won’t reopen. As a family-owned business that serves many local businesses, that hits home for us. While we can’t control the waves and the tide, business owners can empower themselves, their employees, and their customers to be best prepared to weather the storm.
The impact of a major storm impacts a business for years. Even three years later, 75% of businesses without a disaster continuity plan fail. Having a solid plan will bring confidence to your team and appease the panic a storm creates.
Now is the Time to Prepare
Hurricane season is already underway. Now is the time to prepare your business. As residents of the Florida Panhandle, we know firsthand how devastating a major storm can be. In 2018, Hurricane Michael destroyed many of our employees’ homes and sent 6 feet of water into our office. Having a robust business continuity plan was key to our fast recovery from the storm. Our team was able to resume operations while fully remote, ensuring all of our clients’ marketing efforts were accounted for.
In the wake of a storm, our usual forms of communication are often severed: phone lines are down, power is out, and even the road to your business could be impassible. How will you communicate with your customers when they need you? Social media is great for relaying messages quickly to your entire customer base, but if you don’t have an online audience in place, they likely won’t know to reach you there. It’s important to have an established digital presence so customers know you’re accessible online.
Zero Website Downtime
Our Business Continuity Plan allowed us to continue to serve our clients while balancing repairs to our personal homes and office. Our team felt confident and prepared because of the careful steps we took well in advance of the storm. We were especially proud that our clients experienced zero website downtime because our virtual private servers (VPS) are located safely in the cloud with backup servers in secure locations.
The Importance of Private Servers & Hosting
You might think that your website lives in an invisible network, where it’s protected from physical damage, but this is not the case. Websites live inside a computer, but not the one on your office desk. Our clients’ sites are hosted at data centers all across the nation out of the path of Gulf storms. Our web team has a direct eye on our sites at all times; our in-office monitor alerts us to any issue in real-time. Bryan Baird, our Senior Web Developer, even receives alerts to his Apple watch 24/7, so your website is always being monitored.
Developing a Business Continuity Plan
Your business is interconnected with so many aspects of your local community. Think about how many people rely on your goods and services every day. When you are able to continue operations after a disaster, you also improve your community’s ability to recover. Having a Business Continuity Plan is key to increasing the safety of your employees and customers, but also helps you to remain in business after tropical storms and hurricanes.
Preparing for a storm is so much more than boarding up windows and moving office furniture. Many aspects of business that are vulnerable may not even cross your mind until it’s too late.
Core Web Vitals are segmented into six major sections:
First Contentful Paint: length of time it takes for the first bit of content to load
Speed Index: how quickly content is displayed during page load
Largest Contentful Paint: length of time it takes for a page to load from the view of an actual user
Time to Interactive: the time it takes for a user to actually interact with your page
Total Blocking Time: time between the page loading and before the page becomes functional
Cumulative Layout Shift: stability of a page, aka how much the elements on your page move during loading
If you’re a business owner you may be wondering, “What does this really mean for my website?”
Why Should I Care about my Core Web Vitals?
Core Web Vitals are a health indicator of your website’s user experience, which translates to happy customers and happy Google. Google considers these factors when choosing which sites to rank first on the search results. Simply put, the better your Core Web Vitals, the higher your site will appear on search results when a potential customer is looking for you.
These metrics also impact how user-friendly your site is. Customers are impatient online; 49% of consumers will exit your website if it takes longer than 2.5 seconds to load. Core Web Vitals are a way to quantify how enjoyable your website is for customers to use, and helps to identify how you can improve. The goal here is conversions or sales; Core Web Vitals identify the roadblocks that prevent your customer from reaching the checkout page.
Core Web Vitals aren’t just important for website usability, they also help new customers find you online and help you rank ahead of your competitor on Google Search. Google recently announced that Core Web Vitals will become an official Google ranking factor. If you aren’t familiar with how ranking works on Google Search, basically Google is looking at a myriad of factors to decide which websites to show when someone makes a search. You’re more likely to be chosen by this complex algorithm if Google thinks people will enjoy using your website. In late 2021, Core Web Vitals are becoming an even bigger part of that decision, so it’s important to resolve these issues in the next few months.
So Fixing My Core Web Vitals will Solve all my Problems, Right?
Well, yes and no, depending on what your problems are. If you have a great site with relevant content, but your competitor somehow always seems to knock you off page one of Google, a great page experience score will likely bump you to the top. Google recently pointed out that,
“A good page experience doesn’t override having great, relevant content.” But in cases where multiple websites have similar content, “page experience becomes much more important for visibility in Search.” – Google
A lot of business owners think that having a beautiful website is enough. And maybe it used to be, but not anymore with these new changes to Google’s ranking factor.
At KMA, we’re known for our beautiful website design, but design isn’t everything. You can have the most breathtaking website ever to grace the internet, but if your customers can’t find it, or become too frustrated trying to use it, they’re going to click away. The secret sauce is great design, plus optimized Core Web Vitals. It’s like having that freshly painted vintage car in your garage without an engine. You can go and enjoy looking at it all you want, but you’re not going to be driving anywhere.
The great news is, it’s not a matter of choice between beautiful design and a high-performing website. We create sites every week that do both! (See how we grew The Spine Center’s website traffic 142%). Improving your Core Web Vitals will elevate your website from being a hidden gem to a sales machine. The first step is finding out how your current website is performing.
How can I find out my Core Web Vitals?
Core Web Vitals are surprisingly easy to check! Visit web.dev to quickly see how your website stacks up. Here are the benchmarks you should strive for:
First Contentful Paint
< 1.5 sec
< 2.5 sec
Largest Contentful Paint
< 2.5 sec
Time to Interactive
< 100 ms
Total Blocking Time
< 300 ms
Cumulative Layout Shift
Is your website not performing as well as you’d hoped? Our website development team is happy to help! Reach out at [email protected] or contact us on our website.
Logo Design: The Smartphone Effect & Other Logo Tips
May 5, 2021
Customers judge you by your logo, shouldn’t you get it right the first time?
What is a Logo?
A logo is an identity. Basically, it’s a name with a bit of personality. The design of your logo should reveal your brand’s … We see this in big brands like McDonalds or Mercedes; their logo is easily recognizable and immediately conveys a brand identity with just a small icon. But what about your business? Even small businesses benefit greatly from having a unique and recognizable logo.
What is the Role of a Logo?
Your logo is an illustration of your name. It helps you stand for something. Think about the last time you were driving down the highway, even children can identify the golden arches of McDonald’s and make a choice to want a Happy Meal over a fast-food competitor down the street. All from one glance at their logo.
What Most Small Businesses Get Wrong about Logo Design
The biggest problem we see is that small businesses task their logo with too much. When you overcomplicate your logo with multiple images, a slogan, etc, it makes it really hard to recognize who the business is. These days, your logo is most often seen at the top of someone’s phone screen in a tiny space. The more complex your logo, the less readable it becomes. You definitely don’t want to confuse your customer. An easy to understand, recognizable logo will yield your business brand recognition and convey trust to your customer.
Your logo is often the first impression your business makes; sometimes, it’s the last impression if your potential customer doesn’t like what they see. We highly recommend investing the time to get your logo right the first time. We hear lots of businesses say, “We’ll just put something together and fix it down the road.” This could cost a lot of time and money, with reprinting business cards, updating your website, signage, etc. Getting your logo right the first time allows your business to build confidence from Day 1 and start building brand recognition.
How does KMA Help Clients Establish Lasting Logos?
We listen to who you want to be. Your logo should be unique to you so we want to understand the image you’d like to portray to the world. We start with a one-page Creative Brief where we get some important input from you.
We talk about how your logo will be used. If customer search via smartphone is important, and your logo’s first impression is often made in the small space at the top of a mobile website, that will affect the simplicity of design. If you are a fun beach bar where tee shirt sales are important, that guides our creative approach.
We create options for you to consider. Most of our logo projects result in 3-4 different design options submitted to the client for review, usually in about 3 weeks. We review the concepts with you and typically select one of the directions.
We refine the chosen concept into a logo you love. It’s not uncommon that a client would like to see a revision where an illustration from one of the concepts is paired with the font from another. Typically, 2-3 rounds of refinements result in approved colors and success.
We give you the proper file types. Most business people have used .jpg and .pdf files and placed them on their social media pages, etc. (you’ll get those from us). But, professional printers will need .eps, or vector files, when you want embroidered shirts or vehicle graphics. You’ll get about 5-6 key file types.
Whether it’s to dress up an outdated image or modernize your logo for the digital age, we enjoy helping businesses look their best and have hundreds of satisfied logo clients.
If there was one winner in 2020, it was probably video.
Why Video Marketing Skyrocketed in 2020?
Last year, consumers spent more time online than ever before, making video even more crucial for effective marketing and communication. Video uniquely builds trust in a way photos and text cannot. It’s the best replacement to spending time with you in person. Because trust is the foundation of conversion and sales, video should be a key component of your marketing strategy if you want to succeed. Video content is likely to engage and ignite emotions better than other forms of content. In a time when it’s hard to connect in person, video is filling the void most businesses are missing. These trends aren’t limited to 2020, just last month, consumers voted video their #1 preferred type of content from businesses. The effectiveness of video isn’t that surprising; for most people, vision is our most dominant sense. People want to see for themselves. If a photo performs well, a video will almost always perform better.
Video Marketing Trends in 2021
In 2021, 60% of businesses are using video as a marketing tool to reach their customers in a more genuine and approachable way. Video is a crucial tool to building trust with potential customers. Video can be used in many different locations, such as on your website, or on social media platforms like YouTube or Facebook. Recent studies show that simply adding a product video on your landing page can increase conversions by 80%. Videos can lead directly to sales or simply begin the relationship building process with a potential customer. Video can also help your website show up more often and rank higher on Google search. Google now owns YouTube, so of course their algorithm is going to push video content to the front.
What We’re Doing with Video & How It Can Help Your Business
66% of marketers say video has a better return on investment than Google Ads. YouTube has the best ROI for video content, followed by Facebook and Instagram. Video content can work for virtually any business. Whether you’re trying to sell a product, convey a message, or build relationships with current customers, video is a great tool. One of our clients, The Spine Center of Baton Rouge, is using video to explain surgical procedures to their patients, such as this video about Kyphoplasty and this video about Lumbar Medial Branch Blocks. Video content makes what was previously a confusing, jargon-riddled article that only doctors could understand, to clear and informational content that reassures patients and makes them feel a bond with the surgeon. What if your customer could build a relationship with you before they ever entered your store?
How Can I Start Using Video for my Business?
The great news is, you don’t have to produce cinema-level quality videos to see great results. Video is like pizza, even when it’s bad, it’s still pretty good. Research shows that customers care more about the content of the video and how well you explain your topic. Low quality and poor design didn’t matter nearly as much. Video marketing can explain any topic. Are you launching a new product or a service? Create a video to show how it works. Trying to explain a difficult concept? Create an animated video to bring a concept to life. Need to build trust with your customers for a new business? Hop in front of the camera and introduce yourself.
The KMA team is here to provide as much support as you need to make your video marketing efforts a success. Work with our videographers and copywriters to produce high-quality videos, our digital marketing team to get more eyeballs on your videos, or our YouTube Optimization specialist to get more views on YouTube.