Pitching your product ideas to investors and colleagues means packaging information into a presentation that persuades your audience to take action. This is what ultimately makes a successful presentation.
Trends, tips and guidelines for video marketers.
In today’s online world, businesses have seconds to win over customers with video; that makes it tempting to pack a list of benefits and calls to action into an explainer or other marketing video. Why should you avoid this temptation? Packing a bunch of information into a video is simply not as convincing nor memorable as telling a story with that information. And in order to inspire your viewers to take action, you need to convince them.
Now, with Wideo’s new text editor you can apply text changes to a single character, a selection of characters, or an entire area of characters.
To help your business build trust and grow your customers on Instagram, we’ve created this cheat sheet of video marketing best practices.
Agus Esperón Wideo.co Co Founder & Head of UX/Design @agustinesperon This post is part of Agus’s design and video how-to’s series. In the world of digital marketing, brands often feel the pressure to publish lots of visual content in order to feed the growing appetite of online customers as well as to keep up with the […]
GIFs are perfect for catching people’s attention–especially on social media and email marketing campaign. Learn how to use GIFs in your videos for a unique and professional look.
The consumer of today has little tolerance for video advertisements, instead they have an ever-growing desire to digest quality video content. So how do marketers marry the two? The answer is shoppable video.
For setting apart your e-commerce, retail store, or business from the crowd, there’s no better match than video for the occasion. We’ve put together these inspiring video ideas for you to do just that.
The Holiday Season is in full swing and everyone is sending their well wishes. Give your greeting cards a twist: send animated videos to clients or colleagues that are easy-to-edit and won’t stack up on your Christmas to-do list.
Amongst the thousands of crowdfunding campaigns pleading their case online, how can your project stand out from the rest?