TRENDS Product Information Videos Provide Better Online Retail Experience for CYE Shoppers
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (PRWEB) August 15, 2014
ChangeYourEnergy.com now provides video instruction for using their products. This is a welcome addition to the website's content.
From explaining how energy principles like Water Up, Fire Down work in a person's daily life to showing how to effectively use the Herbal Hot/Cold Pack, Trends videos are fun, informative clips that help viewers navigate the retail sections of the website and make better buying decisions.
Changeyourenergy.com understands how frustrating it can be for online shoppers to not have a sales associate available to give the information consumers need. To fill in that gap, they've created TRENDS, a product information video series.
A different healing tool, product or energy principle guided meditation, book, video, food supplement, body core balance and more will be featured bi-monthly.
TRENDS Producer Dylan Marshall says, "I was pleased to be able to produce these brief yet information packed videos. It's like having a visual instruction booklet at your fingertips."
The first video launched on August 11, 2014 and shows viewers how to beat the summer heat and features energy principles and products for keeping the body cool during hot weather including the Heat Stone, Mago Healing Energy Tea, the Shoulder Herbal Hot/Cold Pack, and other tips for regulating body temperature through natural means.
All product videos will be archived on the site.
ChangeYourEnergy.com is a wellness lifestyle resource based on energy philosophy and the teachings of Ilchi Lee, a meditation and brain education leader. The site offers accessible, around the clock guidance, inspiration and practical online training to enable people to realize and activate their full human potential. The site offers lifestyle tips, health and wellness articles, exclusive seminars and personal development coaching.
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