Imagine your target customer sees your product or service while watching an online episode of a favorite show.
Imagine your target customer clicking on your product, or your representative, to instantly purchase merchandise, make a reservation, download a coupon, schedule a quote, or request information. . .
Now you’re hooked, right? [wait for applause. . .]
The producers at ClickIntoIt.com are creating consumer-driven online entertainment covering many genre and subject matters. ClickIntoIt.com will introduce Stage Coaches, the online help guide for maximizing the sale value of a home with the advice and assistance of Bay Area professionals. Also coming in the next year is the Local Clicks Interactive Music Channel, Bay Area Day Trips, more episodes of the Virtual Bartending Guide, and many more show concepts and channels!
Each interactive episode produced by ClickIntoIt.com will feature up to 20 clickable video objects, customizable for myriad placement sponsors’ purposes. Lightning Rod Solutions is currently seeking interested placement sponsors who wish to interact with their customers online and create a new revenue stream for their products and services. Interactive objects onscreen can lead viewers to instant shopping carts, online reservation systems, coupon printing, sponsor websites, demonstration videos. . .
ClickIntoIt.com videos use VideoClix technology, and can be embedded and shared all over the web. All interactive episodes are distributed with geographically targeted advertising and assertive social media sharing. Through the glory of demographic targeting, ClickIntoIt.com can produce high-quality interactive entertainment targeted to a local audience at a price well within the confines of a localized marketing budget in today’s climate. TRANSLATION: By producing locally relevant entertainment programming and including several local sponsors per episode, ClickIntoIt provides the local small business the opportunity to participate in –and profit from– interactive video technology with relatively a minor investment, as low as $500 per episode.