Some shoppers scouring the web for anti dog barking collars may be turned off by too many overly sales-pitched, product-promoting sales copy. Worse, reading on computer monitors is actually more straining that when it’s done on print media. What other choice is there? Try looking for videos on anti dog barking collars This short piece will cover the benefits of looking for products by scoping out online videos, as well the benefits of that window-shopping practice.
Shopping through online videos
You do almost the exact same thing – punch in the keywords on your favorite search engine, and when the results come in, click on “videos” (it’s on the top left line of links). This will filter the results to show only videos. Alternatively, you can punch in the keywords and add “video.”
Advantages of watching videos
Impatient shoppers or those too tired to read through one product description after another will welcome the brevity of online videos. Most of these videos are around 2 minutes, not a long time to wait for the buffer.
And the short wait time is worth it since you get to “see” in context the anti dog barking collars as “demo’d” and within the context of they problem they address – excessive barking.
Unlike reading, which relies on the reader’s presence of mind when processing test, watching videos doesn’t require as much processing power; 2 minute videos are easier to digest.
Online product videos usually don’t waste time and follow a sales format – problem, solution, how does it work, call us; that translates roughly into my dog is always barking, so I need an anti dog barking collar, it works that way? Okay I’ll visit your website for more info.
Compared to sifting through one page after another, that’s certainly preferable.
What’s even better are videos that walk you through on how to choose anti bark collars – pitting model and brand against each other in a quick video battle of features and customer considerations. If you’re imagining the convenience of this online-window-shopping style, you might as well look up other videos related to your shopping; namely, consumer reviews. You can use these to reach a better-informed decision when you buy a dog collar.
The old style still works – from keywords to url list to scanning
With some patience, you can still do the customary research online, which consists of punching in keywords, scanning the results page for interesting links, visiting the first few links, scanning the pages, and dismissing it or staying on that page. Still, if you reaped the benefits of shopping on the web in this manner, you may not want to return to your old ways.