South America Travel Uses Royalty Free Music From Productiontrax

To complete their latest video, our friends over at SouthAmerica.travel have used some Royalty Free Music from Productiontrax.com as their soundtrack. The 3:20 minute video features their popular Top 10 South America Tour, a 10 day tour of Chile, Andes, & Buenos Aires, and uses the stock music track Chilean Folk Song by Annie McGee.

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SouthAmerica.travel has 6 videos (and more on the way) featuring some of their most popular tours. Travel has a very visual appeal, and these quick and informational videos help prospective travelers visualize just what exactly is covered on each tour. South America is a vast and beautiful country, and video can bring boring itineraries to life.

It’s easier to explain to someone who has never been to South America about how amazing it is to visit the Iguassu Falls (on the border of Argentina and Brazil) when you have a video clip to show them, rather than to simply say, “It’s one of the world’s largest waterfalls, and it puts Niagara Falls to shame.” An itinerary and photos are great, but a YouTube video embedded in a tour page is going to sweeten the deal, and put that tour above competitors’ tours in the mind’s eye of the viewer.

SouthAmerica.travel has had thousands of YouTube channel views at http://www.youtube.com/SouthAmDotTravel, and many visitors come to their website after watching a video. Visitors to the website often spend extra time on the website than the average user does, which means that once a person watches a South America travel video, they are way more likely to be interested in booking a tour. So the company is excited about the potential for YouTube to connect with a larger audience of travelers.

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