Have you seen our new larger size video tours? The larger size was being tested in December and is officially ready for the New Year. All our new clients will receive the new size format and we will be phasing in the larger size for our existing customers over the next few weeks.
Here are some examples:
Robin Cameron, 3430 Anne MacDonald Way – video
Jane Heathcote, 2806 West 14th Avenue – video
Ken Leong, 1636 Stephens Street – video
Elizabeth McQueen – 115 – 1228 Marinaside Crescent – video
Jacquie Darmanin, 5 – 15168 36th Avenue – video
We are committed to continually improving our products and providing prompt, professional service. If you have any suggestions how we can make our products and services better, we would be interested in hearing from you.
This past week, after weeks of rumours, Google finally purchased YouTube. Just a year-and-a-half after conception, the founders of YouTube sold their company for $1.65 billion in Google stock. In terms of the real estate industry, why is this news noteworthy? If you delve deeper in to YouTube’s website statistics, you will learn that 100 million clips are viewed daily, with an additional 65,000 new videos uploaded every 24 hours. The site has a staggering 20 million visitors each month. The Internet audience is demanding video content. Google bought a company with little or no revenue streams because they realize video, more than any other content, drives visitors to websites.
I found this interesting article while browsing the Internet the other day. It addresses the growing demand for video content on the web. I have paraphased the article for this blog post.
The future of the web is video. With websites such as Ifilm, YouTube and Google Video bringing the online community the latest in short films, trailers and music videos, the prevalence and demand for video content is growing by leaps and bounds. However, business on the Internet have a lot to gain from providing video content on their websites as well.
Producing video for a website is different than creating a traditional video because of bandwidth and size limitations on the web. In addition, a 5-minute video clip is at the maximum of the average web user’s attention span making most pre-existing training or corporate videos too long and inappropriate for streaming. Online video content needs to be fresh, interesting, fast-paced, and short – preferably under 3 minutes.
Studies have shown that providing video content on your website increases traffic and helps to sell products and engage customers. Large news websites such as CNN.com, MSNBC.com, and Forbes.com features video news clips. Amazon.com features short films to generate interest. The sky is the limit as far as how any business can use streaming video to educate customers or clients, generate interest in new products, or enhance their online presence. The popularity of Internet video continues to grow.
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