What is an Explainer Video
Just what is it about an explainer video that attracts people's attention when they come to your page and keeps them there?
I think that most of you are aware that you simply have to have video on your website in order for it to be successful. Without it your site, or the pages on your site are just like everyone else which is not good.
Some dental practices put video of themselves speaking to the camera. Better still some have their patients speaking to the camera. Some have a camera roam around the practice.
These video's are excellent and if the person who is visiting the practice has sound on their computer. I would always recommend this type of video if you have nothing else.
The mobile phone issue
The big problem is that 60% of the people visiting your website will do so on a mobile phone. As you've probably noticed, most people don't have headphones on whilst looking at their phone. This means they almost certainly can't hear what is being said.
For those 15-20% of visitors who will come from a tablet, some will have the sound turned on others won't it really depends on where they are looking at your website.
It's highly likely that the remaining 20-25% of visitors who visit from a desktop or laptop computer almost certainly are at work. They will almost certainly have the sound turned off or even don't have sound at all.
So this is the problem with a video where you or your patients are speaking and this is also why an explainer video is perfect.
See below an example of an explainer or scribble video, this is one that we have produced and we can produce them for you if required.
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An explainer video grabs the viewers attention whether or not they have sound. It gets your message across succinctly and simply, by using graphics and text.
What does and explainer video look like?
The video looks like someone is hand writing and drawing on a white board or sometimes a blackboard. This is the magic of an explainer video, the viewer is never quite sure what is going to come up next so continues to watch.
In recent studies, 80% of people who start to watch an explainer video will watch the whole video. This is quite astounding when you think that most will do this via a mobile phone.
If you visit my site www.dentalmarketingexpert.co.uk. You will see that I have an explainer video on every page of the site. I do actually practice what I preach.
The optimism time for an explainer video is between 30 seconds and a minute. Remember you must put your contact details at the end of the video so that your visitor can take the next step to becoming a patient.
For more information on how an explainer video can help your dental practice. Call me on 01767 626 398. Email me at email@example.com. Visit the website at www.dentalmarketingexpert.co.uk. Or visit our Facebook page or our Twitter page.