Video Key 2 SEO

(Omaha, NE)  —  “Video marketing online is one of the best ways to catapult your Omaha business to the top page of Google, Bing & Yahoo – the top 3 search engines,” strongly emphasizes Omaha Marketing Consultant Susan Stern of Stern PR.   For those do-it-your-self business owners, simply downloading your video commercial to youtube is not effective – not even close. As HBO Sopranos Series character Christopher Moltisanti said, “Forget about it. You won’t regret this, T.” In other words, your Omaha company is better off outsourcing video production & online video marketing – to one of Omaha’s best video production/SEO/voice-over specialists – Stern PR.

“Stern PR uses a proprietary SEO video technique to get your company’s online video commercial to rank high. Youtube, is only one piece of the pie,” notes Susan Stern. The tried and true techniques utilized by Stern PR include researched key words for an Omaha company’s business online, among other techniques.

Additionally, the video must be produced with a commercial-grade, high-definition video camera, not found in local stores. Prices for professional video cameras of high quality range from $3500-$25,000+. “If someone sells you a video camera claiming it’s high definition, and costs less than $3500, be leery,” says Susan Stern. Stern PR uses professional gear to get the best video quality. So, no worries there. Plus, the video script writing & voice-over is top notch, too. Not a business owner’s specialty, for sure.

Your best bet? Run your company. Let Stern PR handle the rest – video marketing, including Corporate Video Production, Business Training Videos, Educational Videos, TV Commericals, Cable TV Commercials, Wedding Videos – on & offline & much more!

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Contact Susan Stern now at 402-212-7489

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2 thoughts on “Video Key 2 SEO

  1. Thank you for the feedback. Good point. In my experience the prehistoric camcorders are of low resolution and quality that don’t produce high definition videos. So, that means the picture is pixelated and fuzzy. Since most businesses want to run their video on a big screen TV or monitor, inexpensive cameras don’t cut it. Thank you! Susan Stern

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