Make an Animoto Video: Tips & Tools to Save Time

By November 6, 2017Animoto, Video SEO

How to make business videos in less than 1 hour!

  1. Sign up for (1 month free discount link!)
  2. Make a video
    1. Upload some photos or video.
      1. Don’t have photos, try
      2. Don’t have video, try:
    2. Copy some text from your website / create a video script from 3 questions:

      Who, What, Why


#1 –

Who am I: seattle electrician

Who am I targeting: home owners

What am I offering: recessed lighting

Why should home owners care: save energy, interior design

#2 –

Who am I: seattle nonprofit

Who am I targeting: low-income families and parents

What am I offering: collect, inspect, distribute free diapers, clothing, cribs and safety gear for babies and children

Why should parents care: want to help others, set a good example, clean out the pantry

#3 –

Who am I: seattle food store / online service

Who am I targeting: parents and families

What am I offering: solve dinner time challenges

Why should parents care: share more moments, less dinnertime stress, eat healthier

What do you do with your new video?

  1. Create a YouTube business page channel
  2. Embed a YouTube video on your website
  3. Make a YouTube url that auto subscribes to your channel
  4. Ask for comments on your new video
  5. Upload and share your video to Facebook
    (We recommend to wait a day or more after uploading to YouTube first, or upload a shorter version with a call to action at the end to the full version on YouTube)
  6. Run some YouTube ads:
    We have a series of Google Grant webinars that go over the basics of Google AdWords
    We are also working on a blog post and video with a tutorial on YouTube ads specifically, sign up for our newsletter for updates or follow us Facebook
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