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Episode 1  |  23:22 min

Video Marketing: 101's

Episode 1  |  23:22 min  |  02.07.2019

Video Marketing: 101's

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This is a podcast episode titled, Video Marketing: 101's. The summary for this episode is: Welcome to the first episode of "Lights, Camera, Grow"! We took a break from our previous podcast to rethink our strategy and really hone in on the purpose of the podcast.

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Welcome to the first episode of "Lights, Camera, Grow"! We took a break from our previous podcast to rethink our strategy and really hone in on the purpose of the podcast. The end result? A series-based format featuring shorter, more focused, episodes.

Series 1 of the Lights, Camera, Grow podcast is all about using video in your growth and content strategies. In This Episode We Discuss:

👉 What is growth marketing?

👉 How is digital content changing?

👉 Why do companies need a video strategy?

👉 Challenges of creating video content

👉 Stages of video production

👉 Video content distribution

👉 Developing a strategy for your videos

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Jared Sanders

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