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Video Content Marketing for Edutige: Before & After Test of iPhone Built In Mic vs Edutige Mic

When showing how your product or service helps your customers, a simple before and after comparison can often be the most effective method to do so. And video is the perfect medium for a before and after because customers can clearly see, and in this case, hear, the difference. A before and after video quickly identifies who the target audience is, what the end goal will be, and how the customer can achieve the same result. https://youtu.be/l2HfZ9eS6Rc

Video content marketing can easily borrow ideas from other forms of marketing, with the added benefit of being highly visual and engaging.

How can you use a before and after video to demonstrate your product or service? Would love to hear about your experience.

Here is the original post on the Edutige website:

If you have an iPhone 6, 6s or iPhone 7, the built in microphone is pretty good, especially if you’re into vlogging with your iPhone. You might even think you don’t need an external microphone anymore. But what about when it’s windy? Here’s a before and after comparing the iPhone 6’s built in microphone vs the Edutige EIM-001 external microphone with an EWS-003 furry windscreen. I think you’ll see why an external microphone with a furry windscreen is still an essential tool for vlogging or making videos with your iPhone.

Video Marketing for Edutige: Why the iPhone Microphone Sucks

Every week I make a video for Edutige microphones about a different topic related to their products. And in this video, you will see how I quickly demonstrate what the microphone can do so that customers are able to easily understand why they should get the Edutige microphone. These types of quick videos are very effective and relatively simple to make. so be sure to add this type of video content to your video marketing arsenal. https://youtu.be/ZhnSKUkrIgs

The key to making videos when it comes to video content marketing has very little to do with camera equipment and anything technical. The main thing is a clear understanding of why your video is being made, as in what is the goal that the video should accomplish. And on top of all that, you should be very clear about the problem or situation you are solving, or value that you are providing to your customers or clients.

Below is the YouTube description that I used for this video, which is something you can use to help when you are writing your YouTube descriptions.

In this video you will hear a test of the iPhone's built-in microphone versus the Edutige EIM-001 external microphone. Honestly, I don't know why the iPhone microphone sucks. But what I do know is that the Edutige EIM-001 microphone makes a huge difference in audio quality compared to the iPhone's built-in microphone. This is especially important if you are vlogging with your iPhone. You need a good audio. Just have a listen and see for yourself the difference.

One thing I should mention is that the audio in the video has not been post processed, meaning it is straight out of the iPhone. Or as I like to call it OOiA, “out of iPhone audio."

So if you are making videos with your iPhone and you want something small, powerful and discreet, then definitely check out Edutige EIM-001 microphone.