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Online Video

With more than four billion views per day on YouTube, online video is becoming an increasingly powerful digital marketing tool.

In addition, company websites which include online video are ranking much higher on search engines. One industry expert suggests that videos are 53 times more likely to appear on the first page of search results than text pages. So is your business maximising video to promote your services and solutions? It’s a wonderful way to tell your story online. In fact, video case studies can be most appealing as your customer clearly articulates your value propositions, in a visually engaging manner.

Comit has been scripting, producing and delivering high quality corporate videos and case studies for many years. They are used to educate, build credibility, reach a wider audience and grow your sales. We can also distribute the video through relevant social media channels, leveraging meta tags to optimise search engine rankings. Visit our YouTube channel today to see some examples of our work.


 

"Our corporate video was a great success. It captured exactly the right message - I am sure that we will be using it for years to come."   Eric Duffaut, Oracle

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