How can doctors use video marketing?

PodChatLive is the once weekly livestream for the regular training of Podiatry practitioners along with other clinicians that could get involved in some of the issues that it. The stream goes out live on Facebook after which is later on published to YouTube to get it available to more and more people. Every single live episode has a different person or range of guests to go over a distinctive theme each time. Inquiries have been answered live by the hosts and experts through the live on Facebook. You will find a PodCast version of each and every single show available on iTunes and also Spotify and the other common podcast places. They have developed a substantial following which is growing. PodChatLive is regarded as one of the ways where podiatry practitioners might get free continuing development points that is a prerequisite in many countries.

One of many subjects which the show covered was social video marketing for podiatry practitioners. Social video marketing or marketing oneself along with your practice via videos has grown to be a popular issue and so many people are participating in it. Podiatrists are becoming involved in video marketing. The live of PodChatlive that discussed this area had 3 expert podiatrists that are making good use of video marketing. In that live the hosts had been joined by Dave 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 Torontoin Canada. They presented their thoughts and experiences on creating Podiatry videos to showcase the profession. They talked through most of the most important barriers and issues many people have before starting to make videos and also the possible benefits to both the individual and also to the podiatry profession of making videos. Additionally they talked about the way to make them and the gear needed and where to go to get ideas for producing making videos and how do contend with negative comments.