What is an Intro?
An intro is a short, usually one to two minute video. The goal of the intro is to get the viewer to click on the link in your bio box, or the link that is provided at the end of the video.
How do you create an intro?
There are several ways to create an intro. You can create one by yourself with a video editor such as Windows Movie Maker. You can also find some great intro templates online, or you can hire someone to make one for you.
What is an Outro?
An outro is a short, usually one minute video. The goal of an outro is to provide a summary of what the viewer learned from the video, and provide a link to a page where they can purchase the product.
How do you use an outro?
You can use an outro to provide additional information about your product, and also to offer a discount if the viewer buys the product after watching the video.
How much does it cost to create an intro or outro?
Creating an intro or outro is very inexpensive. You can easily pay $30-$50 for a good quality video template, and then spend another $10-$15 creating a video based on that template. You will need to edit the video, and add your own voiceover, but that is pretty easy to do.
Where should I put my intro/outro?
The best place to put your intro/outro is in your bio box. This is the area where people will click if they want more information about your business. If you put it in your main video, you will lose viewers who are not interested in your main video.
What type of content should I use in my intro/outro?
- * Use a question that will prompt them to click on the link in the bio box
- * Include a testimonial
- * Use a headline that is relevant to your business
- * Include a call to action that prompts the viewer to buy your product
- * Include a link to your website
These are just a few ideas for how to use your intro/outro. There are many more ideas that you can use to make your intro/outro more effective.