The future of 1:1 video technology (with Michael Litt, CEO of Vidyard) [Film School for Marketers, Ep. 45]

In times current, we’ve concentrated on techniques that adjust to the obstacles and chances in a COVID-19 impacted world.

But, rather of concentrating on what’s taking place now, in the short-term, how is this going to impact our video efforts in the long-lasting?

Certainly it alters our interaction; it most likely alters our production requires too, however today, we concentrate on how it impacts our video innovation.

In this episode, I’m extremely delighted to be signed up with by among the leading voices in video innovation, Co-founder and CEO of Vidyard , Michael Litt.

We discuss what companies will start asking from their video innovation service providers, what they ought to be asking for, and how 1:1 video is altering the sales landscape completely.

.Listen to the complete episode here (or scroll down to see the video):.

Specifically, we talk about:

.How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted Vidyard?1:1 video’s effect on virtual and digital sales.The significant methods 1:1 video innovation will alter over the next couple of years.Will individualized video constantly be a “differentiator” for sales and marketing?We’re trending towards a 100% virtual, visual sale without an individual conference.What can Vidyard consumers anticipate in the next year from the tool?

Check out Vidyard’s brand-new tool for safe and secure business interactions.

If you wish to remain current with Michael, get in touch with him on LinkedIn and/or Twitter .

And, if you have not done so currently, install their totally free video plugin to begin sending out customized 1:1 videos today!

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