If you’re a content marketer, like me, who has seen your reach and engagement on Facebook drop dramatically in the past year or so, you’re probably struggling to get your message out to the right target audience on social media.
But you may have also noticed that video has continued to expand its influence on all social media platforms but especially on Facebook! Facebook is definitely giving preferential treatment to video content, especially when those videos are uploaded directly to Facebook rather than linked from YouTube, Vimeo, or other video sites.
You can benefit from Facebook’s concerted effort to steal video views from YouTube. This is especially true if you know how to take advantage of the autoplay feature in the Facebook newsfeed. My templates — and the accompanying training — will help you do just that.
My 1-Minute Video Templates are being released to the public. These PowerPoint templates will help you create an endless stream of unique, original, short videos especially designed to stop the scrolling and grab attention in the Facebook newsfeed.
You’ll get 7 more templates (besides the free one you downloaded when you registered for this webinar). Here’s a sample of a video made with one of these templates.
You’ll also get a training for each template – 8 videos in all, where I share my secret techniques for editing PowerPoint templates in a way that preserves all the built-in animations. You’ll learn to:
Some of the templates in this bundle even contain multiple variations. In the training videos, I’ll also show you how to select a single “slide” from a template, make your edits, and save the output as an MP4 video file. There are an additional 4 videos that cover general techniques, such as:
I’ll also teach you an option for saving several “slides” together to create a slightly longer video. You’ll even learn how to add a music track to those longer videos!
Since I’ve been creating software training videos for many years in my full time job, you know this training is thorough, everything is explained carefully and clearly, and every detail you need to know has been included. This is definitely not like other bundles of PowerPoint templates you may have bought with really basic, minimal training that often doesn’t even include narration!
You don’t have to be a PowerPoint pro or a video expert to make great video content with these templates! Every single template has been designed with fast and easy editing in mind.
Eventually these 1-Minute Video Templates will be sold for $67 with the series of short, pre-recorded training videos. But for the new launch, you can get the templates and training for only $47.
You’ll also get access to a private Facebook group where you can post your video projects as you develop them and get feedback from me and the other group members, as well as posting questions in that group.
Are you ready to start creating an endless stream of creative, original, short videos to increase your engagement on Facebook?
Just click the button below to get started now for just $47!
PowerPoint for Windows: version 2010, 2013, or 2016 or a subscription to Office365
PowerPoint for Mac: version 2011 (or later)
Keynote (Mac only): I’m not sure what versions can export to video
(Google Slides CANNOT save their output to video format. I believe the same is true for OpenOffice Impress.)