Corporate Media firm launches new viral payment scheme
A North East media company is giving businesses an online boost with the launch of a new viral payment scheme.
Anson Corporate Media has introduced its unique viewing charge to enable companies to promote and generate more business online without having to manage up-front costs.
Having established an ability to make videos which go viral, Anson Corporate Media will charge on a pay-per-view basis, which means that only minimal production costs are incurred until website traffic is actually generated from views.
Small and medium enterprises in particular will benefit from this scheme, which directly generates more business for them.
Anson Corporate Media will be working with these businesses to script and produce the videos, with the per-view costs being determined by what it is designed to do and how many views it’s designed to generate.
Lawrence Conyers, managing director of Anson Corporate Media, said: “The ultimate purpose of launching the new viral payment scheme is to generate business for my clients. With this scheme I am ensuring companies will generate often vast amounts of traffic to their website before incurring the costs usually associated with doing so.
“Cash flow and up-front costs can be a barrier to many smaller businesses. I am completely removing this barrier and allowing them to see the results first.
“I believe in my product, especially given the popularity and views of previous videos, and I am confident any businesses can achieve a high volume of traffic using viral videos if it wants to.”
Established in 2009, Anson Corporate Media specialises in providing video marketing and promotional videos to businesses in the North East and further afield.
For more information, visit: http://www.ansoncorporatemedia.co.uk.
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