YouTube Thursdays - Fall Video Fodder
This beautiful season is filled with opportunities to showcase your local real estate markets. It's a great time to create a library of short videos featuring neighborhoods with the best fall foliage, seasonal events such as hayrides and pumpkin patches, and the best local spots for seasonal treats such as apple cider and pumpkin spice lattes.
To help you get in the creative mode, here are few ideas.
In this first one, it's October and Charlie Dresen helps viewers prepare for winter in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
This beautiful video shows a Harvest Moon rising over Albuquerque - thanks John McCormack, CRS. We especially appreciate his closing messages.
Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 aka The Maine Man features local kids making money during the potato harvest season. He's really resonating with the local values of his community in this one.
And finally, this video tells a story of distractions as Bernie, Mac, and I go in search of fall pears along the famous Fruit Loop in the Columbia River Gorge.
You'll notice in two of these videos, there is no dialog or on-camera appearance required. Just be sure to include your branding, a call to action, and contact information at the end.
Much like Anita Clark 's Facebook Fridays, we encourage you to subscribe to each other's YouTube Channels - and take a minute to "like" or leave a comment. You can also add your own YouTube Channel in the comments below, and ask for subscribers. Be sure to subscribe back though - it's quid pro quo!
Happy YouTube Thursday.