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Blog - Month: March 2020

Month: March 2020

Remote Video Interviews with Virteom

By Virteom
March 24, 2020 Category: Remote Marketing

Marketing is Now More Important Than Ever As a wise man once said, do or do not, there is no try And here at Virteom, we are definitely doing! We are always working with our clients to help them overcome the marketing challenges they face in their industry, and what we are all facing now is no different. If you are worried about how your All-In-One Booster or Hybrid Blog process will change as our society has embraced social distancing, fear not. We have developed a seamless process that will allow you to still attend our video interviews from the comfort of your own home or office. Our video studio is the perfect setting for a news broadcasting style video interview, which you can see as an example in the video above. No matter where you are, we can conduct our interviews to keep you at the top of mind for your customers. Questions? The only thing that changes during these video interviews is your location; the preparations such as B-roll and topic brainstorming is still the same!

Trade Show Marketing

By Virteom
March 17, 2020 Category: Content, Marketing, Social Media, Advertising

Trade Show Marketing or Digital Trade Show Marketing? Looking for a cost-effective, time-efficient marketing strategy that truly boosts your business with all of the uncertainty that 2020 has brought? Virteom has the answer! Challenges of a Traditional Trade Show Traditional trade shows are turning into a thing of the past with the up and coming and ever-evolving technology we can use to connect with one another. Especially as we begin to see most companies working remotely in 2020. These days, it is expensive to be an exhibitor at a trade show, not only do you have to pay for the booth, display materials, and even some free giveaways to attractpeoples attention, you also have to spend your time (usually on the weekend) attending an event that might not be fruitful. Not to mention, ifthe show is not in your area, then there is airfare and other travel expenses such ashotel boarding and employee expenses. With this risky, low return on investment, the traditional trade show is a dying