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SOURCE: Vyral Marketing
By filming a series of short, informative videos that tackle the most pressing topics related to home buying in a fluctuating market, Las Vegas Realtor and short sales expert Mitch Schwartz says he is able to talk directly to his customer database in plain language.
LAS VEGAS, Nevada, (PRWEB) January 25, 2013
Realtor and short sales expert Mitch Schwartz has put video to work for customers of Keller Williams Realty in Las Vegas. By filming a series of short, informative videos that tackle the most pressing topics related to home buying in a fluctuating market, Schwartz says he is able to talk directly to his customer database in plain language.
The Vyral Marketing done-for-you customer database marketing service for small businesses and professionals offers a strategy that utilizes educational video messaging to complement traditional advertising programs. Business owners and professionals like Schwartz can hire Vyral Marketing’s video editing, article writing, and marketing advisory services to offer relevant information and solutions to problems their customers may be dealing with, while positioning themselves as trusted experts in their fields.
With a bit of coaching and technological backing, Vyral Marketing clients like Schwartz spend about five minutes recording each video message. For Schwartz, those messages are often based on short sales, property taxes, alternatives to foreclosure and other topics relevant to real estate in Las Vegas.
The aim is to produce a continuing series of informative, twice-monthly video blogs to educate, advise, and stay in better touch with their customer database. These short video messages go a long way to encourage more repeat business and increased referrals.
Vyral Marketing provides Schwartz with personalized topics for his videos, as well as complete distribution to the 1,600 people in Schwartz’s customer database via Email and social media.
“One of the best things about the Vyral Marketing video blogs is that they do all the work for you,” Schwartz says. “With the exception of actually filming the short video spots, Vyral Marketing takes care of all the rest of the work; I upload the video to them, and I’m done.”
Frank Klesitz, CEO of Vyral Marketing, says that the video blogs distributed twice monthly provide business owners the chance to position themselves as trusted experts in their fields, increase customer loyalty, and boost referrals and repeat business.
“It boils down to best utilizing the number one asset business owners already have – their existing customer database,” Klesitz says. “We help our clients get more sales from their entire customer database with a minimal time expenditure.
“Our clients who follow the Vyral Marketing program for 12 months can expect at least 10 percent of their customer database to buy again or refer others.”
About Vyral Marketing:
Vyral Marketing was launched in 2009 by Frank Klesitz to provide “done for you” education-based customer database marketing services to businesses and independent service professionals. Vyral Marketing offers a cost-effective complement to traditional advertising that results in more referrals and repeat sales. For a flat fee of $525 per month, Vyral Marketing customers receive video editing, custom article writing, social media marketing, Email marketing, and personalized feedback and coaching.
In 2012 alone,135 Vyral Marketing clients recorded more than 2,600 informational videos for distribution to their customer databases. Each Vyral Marketing client receives a monthly coaching call to receive personalized topic recommendations and scripts upon request. Vyral Marketing also provides a staff of video editors, writers and administrative personnel to handle the entire process, including distribution to the client’s customer database via Email and social media.
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