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9 Hacks to Create a Crisp Explainer Video

9 Hacks to Create a Crisp Explainer Video

Arkya Dey

Arkya Dey

Content Marketing Manager at Page Potato
Arkya executes and strategizes content marketing campaigns at PagePotato. An MBA by education and a designer by heart, he loves analyzing social media trends and likes to read/write on human behavior & managing workspaces. Apart from this, he makes Infographics and Explainer videos on his favorite subjects. He hits the gym daily & in his spare time, he helps upcoming movie makers with script writing.
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In case you are looking to create a killer Explainer Video sometime soon and are clueless about how to get started, this blog is just what you need. For novices, an Explainer Video is one that lets you explain your product or service to a potential customer in a span of just about 60-90 seconds. Such videos could help a great deal in engaging with your target audience and establishing a brand recall value. It is important for you to┬áleave a mark on the minds of your audience the very first time you introduce your product to them. This is […]

10 Unforgettable Ways to Write Narrative Blogs

10 Unforgettable Ways to Write Narrative Blogs

Krushna Mishra

Krushna Mishra

Associate Editor at PagePotato.com
Krushna Mishra is an Associate Editor at Page Potato. Her passion for life shows naturally in her articles on lifestyle, health, social causes, traveling, relationships and digital marketing. An engineer by compulsion, but a writer by choice she writes to help other enthusiasts succeed in their content marketing goals. In the rare times, when she is not writing or traveling, one can find her cracking and laughing to the silliest of jokes.
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Are you running your venture single-handed and getting frequent calls from your clients asking for the same information you have painfully put of on your own website? Do they prefer talking to you instead, even after you have shared the FAQ, case study or a specific page with them?

If YES, then congrats for waking up to this fact –

“On the average Web page users have time to read at most 28% of the words during an average visit; 20% is more likely” – Nielsen Norman

So, we need to make the most of the 20% of attention to convince the visitor […]

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