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Stefan Drew - The Marketing Magician

Category: YouTube

Very Low Cost Advertising on Prime Time TV Now Possible

TV Ads are now low costAdvertising on TV Has Always Meant Expensive Contracts & Adverts Running on TV Channels .. But No More High Cost and Contracts for TV Adverts

The way people consume online content has changed a lot in the last few years. It used to be people sat and watched TV in the evenings and consumed online via PCs or, more recently, via mobile devices. But the two are now merging. 

Online content, such as YouTube, is now consumed via the TV. And because it is relateively low cost to advertise on YouTube, (it costs a fraction of contracted TV channel ads), we can now advertise on YouTube and people will see the advert on their TV screens. 

And with more and more TVs being ultra high definition that means we can produce high definaition ads and gert those viewed on widescreen TVs. The opportunities with this are huge.

But there’s more. Google research demonstrates that YouTube and other content is now being consumed during prime time. So you can use low cost, high impact ads to hit a lot of people during the evenings. Low cost volume is possible. 

And once people have consumed your ad its an easy step to get them watching your YouTube channel .. and signing up for even more content.

Video is the New Content King & Now Much Easier to Make

We Know Content is King .. But Video Content Rules the Universe

Making video for websites is now much quicker and easy than previously. Below is one our videobit made earlier. The actual content in this case isn't the issue. It is about the fact we were able to make the video in minutes without expensive cameras or a team of videographers. 


That means video is now much more affordable and within the reach of virtually any business. With more content being viewed on mobiles it makes sense to use video.


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