This is why you should be using video as part of your advertising and information in your business.
Please note: So, we stay completely impartial we have sourced these statistics from published articles on the web, even some of our competitors, as these entities state that have surveyed consumers to obtain the statistical results. We have elected to display a lesser average so the figures shown are definitely not over stated.
As new statistics are made available, we will publish them here.More than 62% of businesses are using video as a marketing tool. from the above percentage, more than 80% plus of businesses feel video is an important part of their marketing strategy. 95% plus of businesses will continue to use video throughout 2017. 80% plus of businesses will be spending more on video in 2017. 80% plus of businesses believe that video gives them a good ROI. More than: 75% of clients surveyed said that they have been convinced to buy a product or service after watching a brand’s video. 75% of consumers would rather watch a video to learn about a product, than read text on a page. 80% of consumers have been convinced to make a purchase after watching a brand’s video. 90% of consumers have watched an explainer video to learn about a product or service.
Reported by Forbes following:Over 500 million (that’s half a BILLION) people are watching video on Facebook every day. Whoa.
Internet Video Traffic will be over 80% of all consumer internet traffic in 4 yrs.Look around: How common is it to see someone deeply engrossed in a video on their mobile device? In just a few years, it will take an individual more than 5 million years to watch the amount of video that will cross global IP networks each month. Every second, a million minutes, or almost 17,000 hours of video content will cross the network by 2021, according to Cisco. Think about that – in just one second – more video will move across the internet than you could watch in almost two years of doing nothing else, including sleeping. Online video use is simply staggering from a consumer perspective. It is changing how businesses or brands communicate with customers and how we communicate with one another.