No doubt the pandemic altered consumer purchase behaviors and expectations leading retailers to find new and better ways to engage online. On top of increased online spend in 2020 — up 44% from 2019 to more than $861 billion in the US — there has been a big increase in online fulfillment options, with 80% of shoppers expecting to increase their usage of Buy-Online-Pickup-In-Store (BOPIS) and curbside pickup and 90% now preferring home delivery over a store visit.
Both podcasting and video are amazing opportunities to interact with your audience in a far more engaging and entertaining manner, but the creative and editing skills needed can be far outside most businesses’ means – not to mention the time and expense. InVideo has all of the features of a basic video editor, but with the added features of collaboration and existing templates and resources. InVideo has over 4,000 pre-made video templates and millions of
Video has grown by leap and bounds in the consumer marketplace in recent years, and is fast on its way to replace the written text as the dominant mode of communication over the web. Nielson reports that in 2011, video streams were up 31.5 percent from the previous year, touching 14.5 billion steams, with over 2 billion video views daily. This makes video as commonplace as music downloads, photo sharing and email. Here’s a great video