Mike Coombs

Mike Coombs
Marketing pro, creative, and businessman. Agency and client side experience. Video expert. Masters Degree-Internet Marketing. Certified Inbound Marketer.
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You need a lot of video

by Mike Coombs on November 8,2019

We've seen great results with producing "lots of video" for our marketing clients.

It's time to get far more aggressive about the use of video. Businesses that wisely create lots of video "content" differentiate their brand and sell. The key is more videos in more places; multiple videos on your website; various forms and ad formats on Google YouTube/AdWords; Facebook/Instagram organic and paid ads, television, programmatic OTT, events, sales presentation and more.

By contrast, that one grand and glorious, totally beautiful (and totally expensive!) generic video about your business, probably didn't result in much benefit to your bottom line.

Today, more targeted and discreetly planned videos in more places your prospects will see, can differentiate your brand from the competition, and win, particularly for lead generation.

Video Marketing: You need a brain

by Mike Coombs on September 6,2019

A “brainy” internet video marketing strategy is almost certainly going to be a sales winner for most businesses.

How to do free market research

by Mike Coombs on August 2,2019

Basic Search Engine Optimization is essential marketing.

If you build it… well, they will not come without Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Are you on Google’s first page for your specific product or service? What are your keywords?

Keyword research is FREE market research because it's based on actual customer behavior.

What works for getting new customers? Targeting Customers with Video.

by Mike Coombs on March 7,2019

The right Customers… right in your hands.

On Facebook, Instagram, Google and YouTube...

Targeted video works!

It’s working for our customers right now, and it will work for you.

When I was a young video pro, I made good, cost effective television commercials, and put them in television shows that had ratings that showed the right demographic actually watched.