Thanks to modern technologies (and market demand), plenty of tools have cropped up to make the lives of marketers and small business owners easier by helping to create and edit video content. These are the tools you can start with:
Lumen5 – takes a blog post you’ve already written and turns it into video material
Placeit – this platform has a ton of mockups – both mockup images, and, you guessed it, mockup videos. Videos like this one, this or this here let you place your own designs on the t-shirts.
Nutshell – combine images, captions, and elements that come together in a mini video
Magisto – similar to Nutshell, shoot small video clips on your phone, then add captions, elements, backgrounds, and music
White Spark - Getting reviews on your Google My Business profile is crucial forlocalSEO. This tool generates a shareable link that lets customers review your business with one click. Share it via email, on social media, and elsewhere to make the reviewing process as easy as possible for your customers. It’s free to use and generating a “rate and review” link for your business takes seconds.
If you don’t want your hard work to go to waste, be sure to subtitle your videos, especially the ones you share on your social media accounts. Yes, it does take a bit of your time, but it’s certain to capture more interest. Here are some free tools you can use to do it:
Movavi – the interface is reminiscent of an actual video editor
You can use the Sharing Debugger to see the information that is used when your website content is shared on Facebook, Messenger and other places. The Batch Invalidator will let you refresh this information for multiple URLs at the same time. Open Graph markup lets you take control over how your website content appears to others. Learn More
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That’s why I’m listing them here for you! If you click on any of ’em, thank you!