Videos

If you want to get your book or business noticed on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media platforms, you don’t need to hire a graphic designer – there are lots of DIY online tools out there.

But if you’d rather avoid the hassle and get someone to do it for you, I’ve got lots of options.

If you want people to learn about your business and help people understand what problems you can solve, an animated ‘explainer’ video like this one I made with Biteable works well.

Celebration days like and national awareness days are a good chance to get attention, use hashtags and reach your ideal clients.

Want to make sure people know about what they’ll get inside your ebook/freebie?

A flipbook like this lets people see what they’re missing and realise how much they need it.

Grab attention with a short, funky animated music video, 

Build authority and trust by posting videos with text related to your industry.

The tool I used here takes phrases from your blog and puts them together with images/videos. You can also add your own media, logo and text.

Could you use it to introduce your e-book or services?

Looking for something a bit different and more fun?

Or planning a special offer for a special day like Valentine’s or Halloween? I LOVE these cute and quirky videos.

They make a really big impact, and absolutely everything is editable.

In different shapes and sizes to suit Facebook posts, Instagram or Instagram stories.

I can help you make videos to work with…

Social Media

Love it or hate it, it’s got to be done! Create a business page on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter or LinkedIn and start getting followers on the best platform for your market. Upload videos that showcase your brand and tell people what you do.

Emails

Let your followers know what you’re doing – set up automated emailing. It does all the work so that you don’t have to! Create a freebie/lead-magnet, collect emails and build trust with regualar emails that get people excited about your product or service.

Advertising on Facebook

I can use your videos to set up simple campaigns that will show your products and services to a wider audience.

Getting in front of the camera

Short videos are a great way of getting customers to ‘know, like and trust’ you. You don’t need expensive equipment – just a phone and a bit of editing with captions. Book a ‘Power Hour’ so I can show you  the best apps to use on your phone and how to make the most of them.

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