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Recent predictions indicate that by 2016, online video traffic will have grown to represent 55 percent of all consumer Internet traffic. In addition, online video currently accounts for 50% of all mobile traffic to websites. And while some of that is focused on fun, personal stories, many consumers turn to videos to learn more about a product, a potential vacation spot or simply a special place to spend a night out on the town.

Adding video to your website can boost your brand reputation and put your message in front of these consumers. But once you have great videos, how do you market them? That’s where SEO services from Mannix Marketing can help.

  • We’ll work with you to ensure both your videos and the pages they reside on are search engine friendly, using keyword research, proper file names, meta data and other SEO principals developed through experience.
  • We’ll help you create new videos, as well as review your current videos, hosting and YouTube account to ensure your video marketing strategy is user friendly and fully optimized for maximum brand exposure.

At Mannix Marketing, we take a holistic approach toward internet marketing.

We look at your whole business, evaluating all the internet marketing options that will work for you and recommend the best integrated strategies to give you the greatest return on your ad dollar. Whether you are a local brick-and-mortar or an e-commerce business, call us today (518) 743-9424.

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