Discover How Using Streaming Video Will Benefit Your Business

Are you using video for your online business?

Video is becoming more and more important.

It is so much easier to grab the attention of your audience with video.

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You see all kinds of videos popping up on YouTube, Facebook and other social networks. 

It has become so easy to create video that if you are not using them, you are missing out on great opportunity.

One problem can be dealing with creating the video on your PC and then having to take the time to upload and format the video.

Streaming Video to the Rescue

Using a streaming video is often much easier than downloading the video to one's hard drive.

There are a number of reasons for this.

This can be especially troublesome for individuals that are new to working with computers. Those who may not be overly technical and are intimidated by creating and uploading videos.

Some people no longer have a PC and use a tablet for the convenience. In this case, downloading a video may not be an option at all.

The last thing you want to do is have these things get in the way of getting your message out.

When you use streaming video, you will find that it is much less complicated than the process of downloading videos that you want to view.

If you downloaded the video earlier and can’t remember where you saved the video, it can be difficult to find it later.  Especially if you use more than one way of downloading.

There are times that when you quickly save the video, the computer will save it in a place that you didn’t intend. If you forgot what you the name of the video is, the search to locate it could be like finding a needle in a haystack.

Compared to these potential complication, streaming video is much more appealing. You don’t have to be concerned about where you are going to save the video, or…

when you will have the time to watch the video.

With streaming video there is no muss or fuss.  This is all handled by the platform you are using.  It makes it easier on you and the person watching it.

Improved Viewing Experience

Streaming means that the material is always available on the platform it was recorded on.

When it comes to using streaming video, you just need to go to the website where the video is being hosted.

The person viewing your video, just needs to go to the website and click play on the video player that is being used.

The video will then begin to play for them.

They will be able to pause and rewind the recording just like when playing a downloaded video.

Because the video recording is on the website and being streamed from the source, it takes less time to begin watching the video.

In most cases, this will be faster than the downloading process, as this can take a long time depending on your connection.

If the viewer is planning to watch on their smartphone, downloading may prevent them from watching at all.

Of course the viewer will have to be connected to the Internet in order to watch a streaming video.

This is a disadvantage if you want to review a video, but don’t have an Internet connection.

In this case, a downloaded video, can be watched anywhere and at any time.

Depending on the hosting site and the settings on the video, you may be able to download the video so you can watch it later. 

I wouldn’t count on this though, many people and/or hosting services don’t allow downloading videos.

Summary:

  • Using steaming video allows you to create videos from almost anywhere using nothing more than your smartphone.
  • There are no special tools needed, so you don’t have to worry about missing out on someone watching your video.
  • Your viewers will get a better experience and easier access to your production no matter what device they are using.
  • All in all, video is the key to reaching your audience.
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