Consumers are used to digital experiences targeted to their interests and actions. From e-commerce websites to personalized emails, companies are tailoring their communications to the individual. And their video marketing is no exception.
The value of brand loyalty cannot be overstated — especially in the banking sector. Loyal customers recommend their bank up to 6x more, spend 25% more (on average) on their credit cards and are less likely to switch to a competitor, according to a study by Bain & Company. It’s obvious loyalty is critical for banks, but it’s getting hard to come by.
Interactive content is taking over the digital world. From shareable quizzes to the rise of the metaverse, content that gets the user involved is leveraged by marketers to build deeper connections with their target market. But while you can make virtually any type of digital content interactive, video reigns supreme — and for good reason.
Millenials are growing up. Once stereotyped as teens who love to take selfies, this group looks a lot different today. Defined as the generation born from 1981 to 1996, millennials are now entering their late 20s to early 40s — and hold the most buying power of any generation.
The content in demand by customers today isn’t flashy or expensive. It's captured by the everyday person and their smartphone, free of Photoshop and pushy sales pitches. Whether it’s a review written on Yelp or an unboxing video, consumers want authenticity — and they’re finding it in content created by people just like them.
What’s the endgame of personalization?The answer is that there is no definitive answer. The need for a personalized marketing campaign depends on the business agenda of a company, organization or industry.
A version of this article appeared on Yahoo. You can read it here. Demand for personalized gaming videos is on the rise. At Idomoo, bookings for these videos tripled year over year in 2021. Many were personalized highlight reels, recapping a season, a year or more, often with the goal of increasing player retention.
Imagine a world where sitting on the couch, side-by-side with your best friend in another state doesn’t require a plane ticket. Or buying a new pair of shoes is possible with the swipe of your hand, no credit card (with or without chip) required. Welcome to the metaverse — a virtual world we don’t just interact with, but exist in.