Are you looking forward to upcoming 2014 Cisco Live event in San Francisco? With an outstanding turn out for both on-site and web-broadcast this years events will surely prove successful and informing to an array of IT professionals worldwide. Why not create an animated explainer video for your company or of your product for the event?
Calling all techies! When we met with the team at 4Virtuals they had a good idea as to what kind of video they wanted. They knew they wanted an animated explainer video and so we rolled with it. We animated two characters that showcase through the video to explain the product offered by 4Virtuals. Check out ExplanatoryVideos.com latest animated explainer video for 4Virtuals.com!
EXPLANATORYVIDEOS.COM TALK BUSINESS 360 RADIO INTERVIEW
Talk Business 360 releases their latest interview with ExplanatoryVideos.com’s Founder and Creative Director, Ryan Lindner! The 3 minute video interview presentation is set to hit the airwaves on 757 and 777 American Airline flights throughout April and May 2014. A rebroadcast of the the 3 minute interview will air on Talk Business 360 radio show on US Airways during March to April 2014.
Working with the team at Netgear we were able to create a high impact 90-second product tour animated video to explain their new AC750 (EX6100) Range Extender. This product was just released today at CES in Las Vegas! Check out the new explainer video above and let us know what you think of this great product.
Here at Explanatory Videos we just completed a explainer video for Argosy, an innovative tool for effective marketing. We really enjoyed working with Argosy and now, more then ever we understand the importance of companies mastering positioning and distribution of branding products for marketing purposes.
It’s come to a point in the industry where Corporate Video is no longer optional for a marketing campaign. Just look around the web, and you’ll see that every major company out there has some type of video on their site. Which would you prefer when you visit a web site; having to read a lengthy description, or being shown a well-made video?