Video Marketing Content Ideas // Videos EVERY Business NEEDS to be Making to Grow Their Brand

One of the questions that I get asked a lot in my comments, and by people in all of the places is, how do I know what content I should be making for my business? Well in this post, I’m going to show you what content you should be making to grow your brand with video. 


Before we dive into what videos you should be making, I want to make it very clear who this video is not for. If you are looking to do like a family vlog, if you are looking to be a fashion blogger, if you were looking to be a lifestyle person, anything that really involves like you as a personal brand, and like some level of like vlogging, and sharing, and unboxing of things, this isn’t the video for you. This video is very specific to solopreneurs, small businesses, and growing brands. Why is that? Because I work with business owners, I work with solopreneurs and small business owners. That’s what I know, and that’s who I know how to help. So if you’re looking to learn more about like what kind of videos you should be making for like your lifestyle vlog and all these kinds of things, there are some resources down in the description of the video for you of some people that can help you. But for all of you business owners that are still here, let’s dive into some things that you should be making. 

How do I start creating videos?

Now, when I get started with any coaching session, every single person that comes to me like Desiree, where do I start? The first thing I always tell them is like, look, you need to write down the questions you get asked all of the time. What are the top 10, 15, 20 things people are asking you on a constant basis. Why you should be doing this is for a couple of different reasons. Number one, you know this stuff like the back of your hands. It’s so much easier to have that really awkward situation where you’re just looking at a camera and no one else is around you, when you know exactly what you need to say, because you’re so confident in the answer. 

  1. So for me, when we’re talking about video marketing, I legit can hop on my camera, and make the magic happen because it’s easy for me. If I was to talk about something like Facebook ads, or something that I’d be like, Oh, I don’t… I don’t know what I’m doing. So know, if there’s ever an ad video on my channel, I have no idea what I am talking about. So it’s really important to feel confident in what you’re saying, because talking to a camera, especially if you’re not used to it, can be pretty uncomfortable. 
  2. The second thing is, you’re gonna get the most mileage out of these videos. Now, even if you never recorded a video again, even if you sit down and record those Q and A’s, and you’re like, I just, can’t Desiree. I give up on this life of video, well, you’re going be able to get so much out of those videos, you already created. You can use them on your website. You can use them for Q and A’s on your website, FAQ’s. Put them in an email drip campaign, put them on your social media, send them to people where they’re asking that same questions you get asked all of the time. get the most mileage out of these videos. Because again, if they’re asking all of the time, then you’re going to be able to just easily hand off that conversation that you don’t want to have with them because you’ve already answered it. 
  3. And the third reason you want to do this, is because most likely, if someone is asking you how to do this, they’re probably going to Google it. Now, I want you to focus on creating videos that are going to get you found. And the thing that people are always searching on the internet is, how to do something, why is something the way it is? How does this thing work? And you are who I want to show up for that very specific question. So in my case, if someone’s asking, how can I use video to grow my business? Or how can I use video as part of my content marketing, or what is video content marketing? I want to show first, we start out with my YouTube videos, and of course my blog. Now that’s what I want for you to. By answering the questions you get asked all the time, it’s going to make it so much easier for you to show up in search, especially if you’ve done a really good job, creating good titles, good descriptions, and have a banging thumbnail. 

What else can I create?

Now, once you have kind of really dove into what Q and A’s, you should be making, what else can you be making? Well, here’s some of my suggestions for you. 

  • Consider doing some behind the scenes. Take people into a day in the life of what it’s like to be you. What it’s like to be a lawyer, a dentist, a solopreneur, entrepreneur, insurance agent, like whatever you are, dived in to what a day in the life of you looks like. Cause so many people probably have so many preconceived notions, or maybe something cool is going to happen. Like I highly recommend you do it like on a busy day when you’re gonna be doing lots of stuff, and talking a lot to people. But behind the scenes are always really great, cause then you can really let people into your world, which builds that vulnerability, and that trust, and that openness, and people will know this is someone I trust because they’re not hiding anything from me. 
  • Now one of my favorite things of what we do right here in this channel all the time, are how to videos. How to do something specific to your industry. So let’s say that you’re an insurance agent. It’s like how to shop for insurance, how to identify what kind of insurance you need. Maybe you’re a dentist, how to properly foster teeth, how to not have bad breath. Those are the kinds of questions that you wanna figure out. What are the how to’s that people ask you again, probably all the time, or that you have come across cause someone is doing something constantly wrong, and you’re like, it’s time for me to make a video about this. Cause I need to correct this immediately. I cannot tell you how many of those videos have showed up on my channel. In fact, my how to go live horizontally, I made for my best friend and client, because she could not figure out how to go live horizontally on her phone. And it has been a while on my top 10 performing videos for over two years. So you never know what’s going to pop. 
  • Now my final tip for you is to make sure that whatever content it is that you are creating, you’re always taking it to a lead gen. Now this has nothing to do with the video, of course, but I want you to be building your email list from video number one. That is why you need to come up with your too good to be free offer. For example, in this post, my too good to be free offer was a hundred videos every small business owner needs to make. That I hope that you grabbed that in the description below. That is the exact kind of call to action I want you to have for your business. Every single brand can have a too good to be free offer. It can be a checklist. It can be a how to guide. It can be a what you need to know. It’s a getting started kind of a thing. Every business needs a way to get those leads because you never know when the platform is going to change. You never know when something is going to collapse. You never know when YouTube is just gonna decide to hate small business owners. Like you never know. You are so out of control. All of these third party tools that people are using to grow their brand. That doesn’t mean you don’t participate in them, and make them work for you. That means that you need to make sure you have a way to talk to every single person that comes into your funnel in email form, no matter what happens. That’s why when you come into my a hundred day video funnel, I want to keep giving you value by showing you how to keep making great videos to grow your business, which is what I promised I will give you in those emails. 

 

I know this information will be helpful as you begin your creation journey or continue on your journey! Be sure to share your wins and questions in the comments or find me on IG at @mrsdesireerose. And until next time, I’ll see you soon.

 

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