What better way to get your message across than one of those big blockbuster movie style trailers or intros that really get you hooked to watch the movie, buy the next gadget or just to tell you something important.
Well you too can wow your customers, tell your friends about an upcoming party or event, add it to Facebook or just your next newsletter. However you want to get your message across, nothing says it better than one of my fun and memorable movie style trailers.
Check out my example video below and then why not come up with your own wording and let me work my magic. It’s really easy…all I need is the script per slide and you’re ready to go..but please remember short and snappy is the key to a great looking intro. I can even add your company logo at the end of the trailer.
Trailer for Travelling Banana
I look forward to helping you get your message out there!
This is just an example of one of the many styles available. Why not check out what I have to offer on Fiverr.com today and stand out from the crowd!
I have tried many times to create a website and have used WordPress consistently…at least the choice was consistent…the actual content production, not so much. The reason, I have discovered, has been a number of factors.
WordPress itself – it has always been reputed as being easy to use, easy to set up and you’ll be up and running in no time. Yes that is true, for the most part, and I like a lot of their features, but sometimes it can be rather frustrating and you can’t always find the solution to what seems a simple question!
Let’s try adding a video to a post for example. There’s a lovely button that says Add Media and this is where you will find a much streamlined and fast way to upload your images and videos. It works like a dream for photos and with the new drag and drop feature it’s very smooth and extremely quick.
So armed with the new Twenty Fifteen theme from WordPress I gaily attempted to add a video to a post I had written about the World Cup 2014. Just as images are really easy to add to your post I thought it would be the same with videos. Can you guess what happened next? Not a lot of content uploading or writing but lots of frustration, a stiff neck and a headache…so I gave up.
Not to be defeated, I returned the next day having consulted various videos and information on the wonderful web of wisdom and no-one seemed to be having any trouble with embedding a video as long as you were using YouTube, Vimeo and any other social media third-party that allows you to copy their link or use their pre-made embed code. But WordPress make it possible to upload my video without having to get an account anywhere else. I don’t have a YouTube account, I have a WordPress website and that’s where I would like my content to sit so I don’t have to login anywhere else.
So the proof is in the pudding and now that I have found a wonderful plugin (which, even though good, I really should not have to use) it now works. So thank you Kyle Gilman for your Video Embed & Thumbnail Generator which can be found on WordPress.Org Plugins
The now fully embedded World Cup 2014 video can finally be viewed here