A successful real estate marketing video is created by combining relevant content, quality cinematography and audience targeted music, all working together to create a powerful presentation.
A successful real estate marketing video is created by combining relevant content, quality cinematography and appropriate music, all working together to create a powerful presentation.
Using background music in real estate video listings may have unintended repercussion on the success of your video marketing campaign.
From turning off your customers to legal issues stemming from using music not properly licensed for commercial business use.
In this post we will look at how to choose the music that helps to set the mood of your video listing, to highlight property’s best features, and to boosts viewers engagement. Furthermore, we will match some common property types to certain genres of music and explain how to obtain proper music license suitable for promotional business use. Feel free to add these simple tips to your go-to list of real estate marketing ideas.
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