Every minute of every day, over 300 hours of video content are uploaded to YouTube, where they are then streamed by the site’s dedicated, billion-plus user base. Audiences around the world clearly have a taste for video. With that, marketers have realized that this hunger for content is not going away. 83% of content marketers agree that video is only increasing in importance, while over half of all consumers (and 66% of millennials) report engaging with a brand after viewing one of their videos on social media.

Despite the exponential growth of video marketing’s popularity, many brands and companies are still hesitant to hop on the bandwagon. Maybe it’s fear of a large-scale creative pivot. Maybe it’s concern that their investments will go unrewarded—despite the fact that 83% of marketers report that video marketing gives them a strong ROI. Whatever the source of their discomfort, one thing is certain: the marketing possibilities of video are limitless. This means that anybody refusing to adapt is sacrificing countless potential leads.

If your brand or company is interested in stepping through the threshold and joining the world of video content marketing, there are ample resources available for understanding how to create content that your audience will genuinely want to engage with. One of these methods is email marketing; an old-school, tried-and-true strategy that video marketing can imbue with new life… and new success.

Check out our list of eight creative ways that you can use video marketing in your email campaigns.

1. Webinars

Webinars are a super useful tool for establishing your brand’s authority in the marketplace and generating interested leads. One third of businesses believe that webinars are a key element of their video marketing strategy, and the most successful can generate a 29% close rate. That’s because webinars are terrific at educating your audience about what makes your product or service great, and by extension, pitching them.

2. Educational Series

Another great way to pitch your products is to produce a series of educational videos. Each one can address an audience pain point that your company helps to solve. Instead of holding a single long webinar, breaking up your lesson into shorter videos that gradually build is an excellent way to retain the audience’s attention over time. These types of videos should also include a clear call-to-action (CTA) to ensure you are always getting the most out of your investment.

3. Personal Touches

Instead of text-only, why not create a video message for your email that addresses customers in a heartfelt manner? This can effectively show brand authenticity and will add to the lifetime value of your clients.

4. Product/Service Demonstrations

When you talk about your product or services, you need a blend of ultra-infectious enthusiasm and total clarity. An “instruction guide” is always essential to some extent. Even if you think your product is self-explanatory, trust us, you need to accommodate for every level of experience. But when will you ever have time to sit down, one-on-one, with every potential lead to personally walk them through your offering? That’s where the power of the “demonstration” video comes in. Through video marketing, you can capture your product’s best features while entertaining (and engaging) your audience in a colloquial, organic way. Plus, a video makes it easy for fans to educate their peers about your product or services—at no additional cost to you.

5. Customer Testimonials

You can shower praise on your own product for days, but when it comes down to it, critical acclaim means a lot more coming from the people who use it. If you have the means to create customer testimonial videos, we highly recommend it. While written testimonials are nice to feature, videos are a much more personable medium to tell the story of your business through your customers. Additionally, video testimonials consistently rank as one of the highest converting marketing tools in the field.

6. Interviews

Rather than rehash the same talking points week after week, interviews allow you to more organically engage with a subject, injecting a fresh perspective into your video marketing campaign. Just make sure to brush up on the best tips and tricks for interviewing before you turn on the camera. Or, check out this brief, documentary-style video where interviews are used to convey all the necessary information about a brand.

7. Commercials

As audiences turn away from traditional television and persistently skip through ads on streaming services, where can your brand effectively host commercials? Emails with videos have a 96% higher click-through-rate (CTR) than those without, which makes them the perfect place to feature the commercials that you would otherwise air on TV. Given the expectations of the smaller screen and platform, you will have a lot more leniency for low-budget storytelling. That means more options for exploring your brand narrative in a dynamic, unexpected way. This provides a much better risk-to-reward ratio than you would ever see on television or film.

8. Team Videos

The buying process can be broken down into five simple phrases: Know, Like, Trust, Try, Buy. So what’s a good way to resonate with your prospects and reach them on a personal level? Creating a team video that genuinely lets them get to know you. A fun team video attaches real names, faces, and personalities to your company brand, instead of just a logo.