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The Video Mistake That Destroys Trust [Cool Cats TV]
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Hey there Pussy Cat,
A short 3 minute video tip for you to help make your marketing videos as addictive as cat videos.
This week’s topic: “The Video Mistake That Destroys Trust”.
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Janet & The Cool Cats Team
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Hey there Pussy Cat, Janet Beckers here with your cool cats video tip of the week. Today it’s a big mistake that people make, that actually can end up damaging the trust that people have got with you, when you’ve been creating videos, that doesn’t matter if you’ve done everything else right. Let’s have look at what that is and what you can do to prevent it. Let’s think about this, you’ve created a video and it could be one of your regular videos that you’re sending out every week to really connect with your ideal clients.
You’ve given great content, you’ve given them a-call-to-action, where you’ve said, “Hey, come down leave a comment down below. Tell me what you’re thinking. What are your thoughts. Answer this question.” What you’ve done is you’ve asked them to interact with you in that video. Now for them to leave a comment down below where your video is, whether that’s on YouTube, whether it’s on your blog, whether it’s on Facebook or Twitter, whatever it is. You’ve asked people to interact and leave a comment. That’s a huge for them to do.
Think about the biggest … They can’t type. For them to have done that, they’re interacting with you. They’re showing that they trust and that they want a relationship. How rude if you don’t come and take on the conversation. It’s like you’ve asked them to do something and to start a co