What Hi-Fi? offers Award-winning brands the chance to purchase success videos for Product of the Year and Best Buy products.
These are "live reviews" presented by our editorial team, explaining to our audience why we love the Award-winning products. You can view some of last year's Awards videos here.
Media promotion via What Hi-Fi?'s platform
The videos are placed on the Awards page on our website, the product review page and our YouTube channel. Brands benefit from stronger engagement on the Awards section of whathifi.com with a video rather than a flat image, inclusion within the What Hi-Fi? Awards 2018 channel on YouTube, social media and email marketing of the Awards.
We will send you the video file for your own use, and then these can be placed on your own global sites, distributor sites and retail sites.
Views ranged from 15,000-30,000 from whathifi.com's media platforms for last year's videos.
For more information, please contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org / +44 (0)207 042 4523
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