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Video marketing is one of the best ways to promote a business and drive organic traffic back to your website. Video content can take a variety of forms, such as virtual tours, testimonials, and promotional material. Continue reading and discover a few tips on how to improve your real estate video marketing.


Video marketing requires preparation. This is where many business professionals go wrong when they are creating videos. It is easy to tell when a video was just slapped together on the fly. Most homebuyers will not want to work with agents who seem unprofessional in videos. With this, it is usually in your best interest to rehearse and prepare for each video that you are going to upload online. Be sure to dress professionally and rehearse, and what you are going to say, so you portray yourself as a reputable individual in the industry.

Focus on one message

In many cases, real estate videos include several points. The problem with this is that it can confuse or disinterest viewers. Videos that are concise and only have one message are usually more successful. While it can be difficult to get users to watch your videos, it is even harder to get viewers to watch a long video all the way through.

Enhance audio and lighting 

The best real estate videos feature not only great content but also quality lighting and sound. These are two aspects that are often overlooked in video marketing efforts. If video content is difficult to see or hear, it will reflect poorly on the business as a whole. When it comes to lighting, try to rely on natural light. If you need to improve your audio, you may need to invest in better equipment.

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