Web video streams a hot marketing tool

TATTOO'S TACKLE, a small fishing-lure maker in Portsmouth, is using video on its Web site to show customers how its lures are made and how they work. /
TATTOO'S TACKLE, a small fishing-lure maker in Portsmouth, is using video on its Web site to show customers how its lures are made and how they work. /
As Web video sharing sites such as YouTube.com continue to grow in popularity, businesses are taking notice of streaming video as a relatively inexpensive marketing tool. Mike Dauphin – owner of Tattoo's Tackle, a small fishing lure manufacturing company in Portsmouth – added videos to his company's redesigned Web site, www.tattoos tackle.com, to show how…

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