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Having your real estate photography used in a real estate video is a great cost effective way of enhancing your real estate listings. For more information on having your real estate listing photographed and a video, floor plan and virtual tour created Contact Brad D. Barnson | firstname.lastname@example.org | 435.229.7592 or go to my sister site www.panorealtours.com
Sproutvideo ad free business video hosting service. Sure you want your real estate videos on youtube. The downside to youtube is your potential clients are one click away from another video that is not yours. Although it is free, youtube is not ad free. Your real estate video might very well have an add pop up right over it promoting another agency. With a private professional business video hosting service like sproutvideo.com your real estate videos will be ad free and promote you listings. Here is a great example of still real estate photos of a home in the St. George, Utah that I turned into a real estate video and used the sproutvideo hosting service! For more info on real estate photography, virtual tours and real estate videos go to my sister site www.panorealtours.com or Contact: Brad D. Barnson | 435.229.7592 | email@example.com
This authentic log cabin located in Dammeron Valley I shot the Real Estate photos for had great views!
I see Real Estate listings in the St. George, Utah area with upwards of 85 photos all the time. The reality is, each home is different. The number of photos Google allows for its “see photos” on business listings is an excellent guide to the public’s attention span. That is 30, or sometimes I read the “Magic Number is 27″… after 27 photos the viewership drops off radically. After 27 real estate photos of a home, change the “subject” of the photos. Maybe now add photos of the guest house or Casida. Switch to photos of the areas amenities such as the local park.
The Goal is to leave them (the prospective buyer) wanting more… If someone starts viewing photos of a listing and gets bored before they get to the last photo, their onto something else. If they are still wanting to see more when they get to the end of a set or slideshow… That is the Goal!