Mend your fractured sales department with Biteable Teams

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Keeping your sales team aligned is more difficult than ever.

All of the ways we used to communicate fall short in the modern world of work. If your company moved to a remote or hybrid model, you probably already noticed the stress this puts on traditional communication channels. But even in-person teams are feeling the burden.

Over-communication and miscommunication has left our teams fractured, overloaded, and inefficient.

Video, backed by the ease of Biteable Teams, solves this problem. Biteable Teams gives you the power of better communication, all without overhauling your existing infrastructure.

Traditional tools are bloated and overloaded

We’ve spent decades stacking on more emails, more reports, and more internal communications tools. But instead of better communication, we’ve created a mess. Legacy internal comms tools are impossible to navigate, fail to align teams, and ultimately reduce revenue instead of adding value.

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62% of the email employees get is irrelevant to their work.

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28% of employees say poor communication causes them to miss deadlines.

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44% of employees want their company to adopt more internal communication tools.

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Only 23% of execs say their company is excellent at aligning employee goals with corporate outcomes.

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Poor internal communication costs large companies an estimated $62.4 million each year.

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More email isn’t the answer

Many internal communication strategies rely on trying to make traditional email work. Unfortunately, this only makes the problem worse.

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People receive 121 emails per day, on average.

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Employees spend an average of 15.5 hours per week on email.

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55% of employees say emails prevent them from performing their primary duties.

Additional communications tech gets ignored

With internal communication networks already overburdened, employees have simply checked out. This means that adding more information-sharing platforms or making information easier to access is unlikely to move the needle.

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Only 13% of employees use the company intranet daily.

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33% of employees admit they never use the company intranet.

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Outsourced video production isn’t an option for internal comms

Hiring an agency to produce videos might work for the marketing team. But it’s too expensive and time-consuming for internal comms.

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Making a 2-3 minute corporate video costs between $2,000 to $7,000 through an outside agency.

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Professional video production costs can be as high as $5,000 per finished minute and take weeks to make.

Create videos that drive action

Activate your audience with impactful, on-brand videos. Create them simply and collaboratively with Biteable.

Capitalize on the power of video

With Biteable Teams, you can create unlimited videos at a fraction of the price you’d pay for a single minute of video from a production company.

It’s also simple to use. Anyone on your team can use it to deliver engaging messages that get attention. No more sending and re-sending emails into the void.

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Save your team from email purgatory

Video is the tool for cutting through the noise and clutter of email inboxes.

55% of people say they give their complete attention to videos. And when given the choice between reading text or watching a video — 80% of people will choose video to get their information.

If you deliver your most important messages through video, you greatly increase the chance your sales team will actually pay attention and engage with the information.

And with Biteable Teams, this isn’t just a shot in the dark. Gather analytics on each video you send, so you know exactly how many people open it, how many watch it to the end, and how many people click on your call-to-action.

Prevent misunderstandings and overcommunication

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People retain 95% of a message when they see it in video, compared to just 10% when they read it on the page. By relying on visual cues and fewer words, video naturally reduces misunderstandings.

This is huge, especially considering misunderstood instructions cost the average employee over 170 hours in wasted time each year.

Further prevent miscommunication by creating your videos using the brandable templates and prebuilt scenes in Biteable Teams. Templates and scenes are made by video professionals with clarity in mind. These tools serve as guide rails, keeping your communication precise and to the point.

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Turns static resources into dynamic assets

Reports, spreadsheets, and sales playbooks are dense and difficult to use during a busy workday. Nobody wants to waste time scrolling through spreadsheets and flipping through reports trying to find the information they need.

Pull information out of those static containers and put it into a video for easy, on-demand reference — whenever and wherever your sales reps need it.

And, with multiple seats plus a collaborative platform, this dynamic video superpower doesn’t just belong to one person on your team. Anyone — from top leadership all the way down — can create a video using Biteable Teams.

Get better ROI from your existing platforms

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Your organization probably invested a lot of resources into building its internal communications infrastructure. Naturally, you want to get your money’s worth from this investment.

Videos made with Biteable Teams can be shared on any platform that allows for clickable links. There’s no need to change your communications tech stack or implement new platforms.

Just send videos via clickable links and improve communication in the channels you already use. Win-win.

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Fight Zoom and meeting fatigue

Our schedules fill up with meetings because people have lost faith in email as a way to communicate. (And rightly so. Most people don’t read work emails.)

Biteable Teams gives you a powerful way to keep people connected and get more done with fewer meetings.

Use branded templates to create a standardized video format, complete with your company colors integrated into everything from backgrounds to animations. With these templates, you can create informative videos in less time than it takes to go through a meeting agenda.

That way, everyone gets critical updates, upcoming assignments, and all the information they need to get to work — all in a matter of minutes.

If you need to send more personalized messages to really recreate that in-person feel, the Capture and Record Me tools in Biteable Teams lets you record video messages of yourself and solicit videos from others — all within the platform. No uploads required.

Accomplish everything that you would have done in a meeting, without the interruption of an actual meeting.

FAQ about using video and Biteable Teams

Adding new tools to your communication stack can be intimidating. We’ve got answers to the most common concerns about getting started with Biteable Teams.

My team is busy. Can we really make videos quickly?

We understand you and your team don’t have a lot of time to fiddle with video. Biteable Teams was designed with that in mind. In fact, Biteable users have been known to create videos in less than ten minutes.

What if I don’t know how to design a video?

We get it: you know how to write an email, but you’re not nearly as familiar with video design. Maybe you have no experience making videos.

Biteable Teams templates handle scene composition, video length, and all the other technical details. And there are individual, brandable scenes to pull from if you need a few more frames. There’s even a branding tool that automatically applies your company colors to your videos with a single click.

And Biteable Teams works in your web browser. No fancy equipment or design experience needed.

“Biteable videos are essential for engaging teammates who never set foot in the office. Our video creation time is also now 75% faster.”

What if I need to use my own visuals?

Biteable Teams has a huge library of over 1.8 million stock clips, images, and one-of-a-kind animations. But you can also upload your own images and video clips with just a few clicks.

Won’t learning to use Biteable Teams slow my team down too much to make an impact?

The platform is incredibly intuitive. There’s nothing to download or any tech to set up. Most people get the hang of it in under an hour. If you do run into trouble, reach out to your dedicated customer success team for help.

Are people actually going to watch my video over reading an email?

As we mentioned earlier, people are more likely to watch video than read text. Even 59% of executives say they’d choose video over text. (Turn those performance reports into videos!).

More specific to email, though, marketers have found that just adding “video” in the subject line of an email increases open rates by 19%. Putting a video in an email can increase click-through rates by 200% to 300%.

Internal communication may not be marketing. But when it comes to email, the goal is similar: get people to open their messages and take action. And as the data shows, video trumps plain email any day.


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