One of the best ways to get the message out about your new product is by creating an (incredibly) awesome startup intro video. Dropbox created one of the best videos when they launched to the public. And they got a lot of buzz about it. It’s your turn to create an amazing startup video for your new startup.
Don’t compromise on a high quality startup video that will tell you story, sell your product or that can convince prospective clients or customers to sign on to your product.
Animated videos are popular with startups, but find what works for your industry and craft a great story that people would not hesitate to share with others. The magic is in the storyline. Don’t hesitate to get external help to create an insanely great video that can create the impact you expect.
These are 7 of the most awesome start-up pitch (product intro) VIDEOS you can watch for inspiration.
Great tools inspire great ideas. Pencil is one of the most natural and expressive tool for getting ideas on Paper. With Erase, Blend, and adaptive Palm Rejection, Pencil puts creative possibility in your hands.
Instagram Direct lets you send a photo or video to a select group of people. Posts won’t appear in feed, search or your profile.
Disconnect is a browser extension that stops major third parties from tracking the webpages you go to. Disconnect wants to make the web more private, less cluttered, faster, and safer.
When Spotify “landed in the U.S.”, they released a great intro video to promote their music app. Best of all, it has no voiceover, just a great soundtrack and fun visuals!
5. Crazy Egg
The Crazy Egg tool shows why your website visitors aren’t converting. Through Crazy Egg’s heat map and scroll map reports you can get an understanding of how your visitors engage with your website.
Clear is designed to help you manage your life without adding clutter. It’s a beautifully-designed, gesturally-driven app to improve on a pencil and notepad for flexibly keeping quick, simple to-do lists.
Jotly, an app that lets you rate everything from spilled beer to parking meters, started as a joke, but became a real app.