Using Business Videography Tactfully Business Videography is a unique amalgamation of traditional and modern marketing tools. Traditional marketing tools have mainly focused on marketing products and services to the masses instead of a select audience. In contrast, niche-marketing tools target only the intended audience of an organization. Video marketing brings together the best of features from both types of marketing. The content is developed for the intended audience and it fully serves the interests of its targeted audience as it makes use of keywords and tags. Corporate videos can be undertaken to develop a video on the pattern of a traditional television commercial. However, experts say that instead of developing a video just for the sake of it, the video should offer some value and build some personal rapport with the consumers, that is to say, corporate Videography can be used as a valuable tool for niche marketing. Videography can be very easily used to elevate a business in comparison to its competitors. How to do that? Business Videography experts say that a video will best serve its purpose if it answers some queries and problems of consumers. Of course, a webpage titled 'Frequently Asked Questions' will attempt to do the same too. However, certain things are best explained through demonstration. A fitness trainer can create a video answering the question "What is the correct way of performing push-ups?" Likewise, a video could be developed answering a question which is often not asked by consumers. In this way, the business is thinking a step further and hence dispatches valuable information to the consumer. Unlike traditional forms of marketing tools such as commercials, brochures and flyers, video will be seen by only those who are interested in a particular product or service. Hence, only its intended audience seeks the video. This means that any call-to-action/sales pitch will be received much more favorably. This goes in the favor of the business. Businesses should make use of relevant keywords when uploading videos on video sites such as YouTube. The video title should also be a relevant one so it is easily searchable. Perhaps, the best thing about video marketing is that a business owner is able to develop 'face-to- face' interaction with consumers, even if it is only in virtual space. This allows a business owner to develop relations and build rapport with consumers. Where one-way communication messages fail, video can be helpful to captivate and engage consumers.