Cisco predicts that by 2020, one million minutes of video will cross the internet every second. Meanwhile, we've seen conversational marketing take off and become an expected part of brand-consumer communications. David Cancel, founder and CEO of Drift, saw these as "two mega-trends that would shape the future of B2B sales and marketing" and decided to bring them together in an innovative and exciting partnership.
Ryan Barry, CRO at Zappi, agreed that video can help companies to make the most of their most valuable and unique asset - their team. "People are busy, and communication channels are cluttered, lacking personality and tone," he stated. Luckily for Zappi and others, Drift Video works to tackle this problem.
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Six & Flow's own resident Drift expert, Duncan, had this to say: "Like chat, video is an incredibly powerful way to develop a one-on-one relationship with your prospects fast. Conversational marketing and video also complement each other very well - we've been using them together in our own sales process and for some of our clients for a while now - so it was only a matter of time before Drift introduced its own video tools."
"Nothing about the new Drift Video extension will be surprising or unfamiliar to anyone who's used Loom or Vidyard in the past. However, the ease with which it allows you to start a one-on-one conversation from a video view beats any other tool out there - and the fact it's free and ready to use for anyone who already has a Drift account is convenient, too."
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