Go to Top

3 Lessons About Home Improvement Video Marketing Learned From YouTube Algorithms

(Note: Monitoring your business’s online reputation is a requirement for success in the digital age. Try our free Review Scan now for an instant reputation report on your business.)

Posted On: April 16, 2019

If you’re not already using video to market your window & door or window treatments company, you’re leaving too much room for the competition. With 80 percent of global internet consumption attributed to video content as of this year, it’s a side of the web you can’t afford to ignore.

Which means it’s time to get creative.

Some ideas for home improvement video marketing content include Q&As with experts from your organization, messages about quality from your CEO, testimonials and showcases from previous customers, DIY and how-to renovation videos, and virtual tours of products and services.

Making the video is just the first step. To see marketing value, you have to get homeowners to engage with it online.

Luckily, YouTube is fairly transparent about how things work on its platform. Check out these three tips for scoring big with home improvement video marketing on YouTube:

1. Keywords Matter
Keep tabs on the queries that bring people to your content, and place relevant keywords in your video’s title and descriptions. You can also place keywords in video files, image files, and other tags related to the video, as well as the SRT files (transcripts of your video).

2. Great Images Drive More Clicks
Ensure the thumbnail image that appears for your video in YouTube and search listings is enticing. Don’t just choose a random screenshot from the video; instead, pick something active or engaging.

Thumbnails with people (specifically face shots) tend to perform well because people are drawn to human faces. Research indicates posts with human faces on social platforms are 38 percent more likely to receive engagement. You might want to experiment with gallery-worthy images of your particular products.

3. Episodic Storytelling Engages
Finally, reel in the fish you caught with your home improvement video marketing by providing more content for them to engage with. Episodic storytelling—a group of videos that continues the same storyline—perform well on YouTube. They also help build organic trust over time with the audience, making it more likely your YouTube viewers become customers in the future.

Video marketing doesn’t have to be big budget, and every company has a story to tell. Leverage YouTube to tell yours and engage with potential clientele.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Some Of Our Clients