How can video marketing help health professionals?

PodChatLive is the once monthly livestream for the regular learning of Podiatry practitioners and also other individuals which might get involved in many of the issues that they cover. The livestream is broadcast live on Facebook then is later uploaded to YouTube to get it seen by more and more people. Every live episode includes a different guest or number of experts to go over a distinctive topic each time. Questions are answered live by the hosts and guests while in the live on Facebook. You will find a PodCast recording of each and every single episode located on iTunes and also Spotify and the other popular podcast places. They've created a large following that's growing. PodChatLive is considered as one way where podiatry practitioners could get free continuing development credits that is a prerequisite in many countries.

Among the subjects that the livestream covered was marketing with video for podiatry practitioners. Video marketing or marketing your self and your business via videos has started to become a hot issue and so many podiatrists are doing it. Podiatry practitioners are getting involved in video advertising. The live of PodChatlive that covered this area had 3 guest podiatrists who're making use of video marketing. In this episode the hosts had been joined by David James, The Foot and Leg Magician coming from the United Kingdom, Melissa Zacharia coming from Pod Fit Podiatry in Adelaide, Australia and Jonathan Tomines, better known as The Toe Bro from TorontoCanada. These people offered their views and experiences on making Podiatry videos to promote the podiatry profession. These podiatrists talked through several of the main barriers and concerns people have prior to starting to create videos along with the probable benefits to both the individual and also to the profession of them. Additionally they spoke of the way to film them and the equipment required and where to go to get inspiration for generating them and the way do take care of unfavorable comments.