Tool of the month: Make your own explainer video with Moovly

Tool of the month: Make your own explainer video with Moovly

Tim Williams

Tim Williams

According to a new LinkedIn study, two-thirds of B2B marketers regard video as a priority format. The vast majority of respondents are already generating more leads, and of a higher quality, thanks to existing B2B videos.

However, generating new video content is seen as an expensive and time intensive task. But, where explainer videos are concerned, it doesn’t have to be, thanks to Moovly’s easy-to-use, online ‘make your own explainer video’ tool.

The process is simple. First, you pick a video template or opt to start from scratch. Then, choose from a huge range of free images, video clips and audio, easily dragging and dropping each into your video. Finally, once complete, simply export and share your video.

The length and complexity of your video will decide how long the process takes, but we’ve found a good product video will take only a few hours – not bad compared with the usual time shooting and editing a video takes!

Once exported, you can use your video on social media, on your website, in e-newsletters, in new business pitches, for recruitment, and in any other way you see fit.

Check out Moovly here and start creating great explainer videos today.

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