Originally Posted by 1dog3cats17rodents
Here's a question... anyone use a seperate account for sale ads? Often, the people show the horse at their best in the sale ad links, but looking at their account brings up videos of the horse on less 'ideal' days!
Personally, I would put a sale video on my regular channel. If people are smart then they will
look at the other videos. They can see the horse's progress, what they may have to deal with, what the current rider lacks in those situations, and etcetera. They have the right to see what the horse is really like, and that brings me as a salesperson one step closer to finding the right rider for my horse.
I would always make a sale video simply because I have the access and ability to do so, but I think you should at least have nice photos. [rant] I just don't get how people can advertise a horse that they are trying to sell with two pictures of the horse ungroomed in the field (or some other variation of this example). It irks me, actually, because it really isn't hard to groom the bloody horse, focus the bloody camera, and take some bloody decent photos! And don't even get me started on some of the ad texts that I see... [/rant]
*ahem* Yes, anyways. I think that making a sale video is a great idea. You can simply put a link to the video on your paper/online ads, and also put a copy of the ad text in the YouTube video description so that your subscribers can see as well. It can give people insight on how the horse moves and responds, things that simply can't be illustrated through pictures.