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Want to get started with video selling but not sure where to begin? Look no further than our video selling examples!

Video selling is exploding right now. In fact, Sean McPheat of MTD Sales Training named video a top sales trend of 2018, just as HubSpot recently listed video prospecting as their #1 skill every sales development representative needs to master in 2018

And the results don’t lie—just look at Lauren Wadsworth, an SDR at Dynamic Signal whose “experiment” with video selling allowed her to book 5x more meetings and increase her meeting-to-opportunity conversion rate 200%. Or how incorporating video into their sales outreach gave Terminus more than triple the response rate. 

If you haven’t had a chance to add video to your sales strategy yet (or are just looking for some inspo for your own cadence) here’s how top salespeople are using video to crush their quotas—along with their top tips and best practices for you to emulate.

Let’s dive into the video selling examples:  Name: Florin TatuleaRole: SDR (Now AE), LoopioUses video for: Prospecting

In a LinkedIn post, Florin identified Vidyard GoVideo as one of the tools that enabled him to become a top-performing SDR. “I use Vidyard GoVideo on a daily basis and have booked meetings that may have never happened because I went above and beyond what most prospects have ever seen,” he says.

Florin’s best practices for video prospecting:

Don’t use a script! Just talk like you normally wouldHave a few talking points to show you’ve done your researchGive a verbal call-to-action (CTA) at the end of the videoKeep videos short—around 60 seconds is idealDisplay your prospect’s name in the thumbnail, so they can tell the video was customized just for themName: Jamie ShanksRole: CEO, Sales for LifeUses video for: Social Selling

“I have an empirical bias towards highly contextualized, humanized, ‘blended’ messages that incorporate both video-based insights and short-text with a direct call-to-action,” says Jamie.

Though his “empirical bias” is well-founded (he’s trained over 75 000 sales professionals!), he still wanted to convince his readership of his success with video by publishing the results of a recent LinkedIn Inmails campaign—split-tested for the medium of communication and the messaging.

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His results? Overwhelmingly in favor of video.

The group which received a 1:1 direct video message that included a hard-selling CTA had a 37.3% response rate and generated $27,000 in sales during the course of the 30-day campaign. Compare that to a 5.5% response rate and $0 in sales for a text-based hard-selling CTA alone.

For Jamie, “Vidyard GoVideo is a magical tool in sales professionals’ hands that can drive Social Selling activities!”

Jamie’s best practices for leveraging video in social selling:

Tailor your messaging specifically to each prospect—buyers can tell when you’ve created a message just for themTry a blended approach: use text and video together to connect with your prospect on an individual level and deliver a concise CTA

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Download Free TodayName: Tonni BennettRole: VP Sales, TerminusUses video for: Account-based marketing (ABM)

Since bringing Vidyard GoVideo into their outreach, Terminus has been killing the video ABM game—so much so that one prospect wrote a LinkedIn post about how impressed they were with their prospecting! “The results aren’t just anecdotal either,” Tonni says, “within just a few months of incorporating video we found that we were seeing in our outreach emails a 40% higher open rate, 37% higher click rate, and 216% higher response rate.”

Tonni’s best practices for using video in ABM:

Practice makes perfect—Terminus’ SDRs and AEs must film a certain number of test videos and receive tips and feedback from their managers before they are given the opportunity to send videos to prospects. This ensures they are comfortable and prepared for the real deal!Be human: Tonni coaches her team to film only one or two takes of a video before sending it out so their message sounds natural and unscriptedProve value—don’t jump into talking about your product or service right away. Make your video about your prospect and the challenges they face, then segue into your solutionName: Eric MartinRole: AE at DataFoxUses video for: Educating bottom-of-funnel prospects

Eric uses video to create custom tutorials to give a helping hand to his prospects on free trials. Every afternoon, he checks up on his prospects’ progress using FullStory—a tool which keeps track of everything users do within an app—to identify areas where his prospects are getting stuck or might benefit from some additional guidance.

After he’s reviewed this information, he creates a custom video tutorial for each prospect using Vidyard GoVideo. Since he gets a notification after every video view, he’s able to keep track of his prospect’s improvement after each session. “Best of all,” he says, “the end users (and their managers) love it, and it works.”

Eric’s best practices for educating prospects down-funnel:

Video messages at this stage can be a little longer than prospecting messages, but it’s still a good idea to keep them succinct—he recommends 1-2 minutes in lengthFocus on specifics: target areas where your prospects are getting stuck or things you want them to learn about the product

Already using video to crush it? Share some of your best tips (or videos) in the comments below.

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