How I’m Taking my P2P Philosophy to the Next Level
By the end of 2019 online video will command over 80% of all internet traffic. Putting myself in front of the camera (vlogger style) is something that I’ve avoided for many years, but it’s hard to just ignore hearing statistics like that that.
However, a light has switched on, and I’ve finally decided to embrace vlogging and start to capitalize on it to help take my P2P (person to person) philosophy to the next level.
But before we get into the good stuff, let me drop a few shocking statistics that really made me think seriously about starting this vlogging journey:
62% of all Google searches now include video results
65% of humans are more visual learners than anything else
82% of mobile video viewers are more likely to share video content on their phones
Viewers subconsciously retain 95% of the message within our videos
It’s clear as day that video content is not only shaping the way we interact with each other, but it’s molding the way we do business online.
If I’ve peaked your interest, have a listen to episode 314 of the podcast where I reveal the top five reasons that convinced me to finally start taking video seriously.
Essential Learning Points From This Episode:
You can capitalize on video to get your message out there and build your business
Vlogging gives you the opportunity to connect with your audience in a way you’ve never connected with them before
Repurposing content into different mediums allows you to engage with new audiences and expand your reach online
Producing more visual content (i.e. video) lets you connect with visual learners
Vlogging is one of the best mediums to tell your story and share more about your personal life with your tribe
If you want to hold yourself accountable to your own promises, vlogging is your answer
Video is the future of marketing your business online – by the end of 2019, 80% of all internet traffic will be video!
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