Powtoon is another tool that lets you easily create animated, professional videos of your products or services, presentations or tutorials. Founded in 2012, Powtoon is known for having an incredibly easy-to-use and intuitive interface that guides you through each step of the video making process. You can also painlessly export your video to YouTube in just a couple of clicks. Powtoon even states that its users have experienced an astounding 300% increase in engagement.
1. Make sure potential customers can find you on the search engines. Most businesses don't take advantage of search engine optimization, but few things on the Internet can be as beneficial. A recent Forrester Research report showed that 80% of web surfers discover the new sites that they visit through search engines. According to iProspect, 85% of web users use search engines to find solutions and vendors. A properly executed search engine optimization campaign can drive numerous, highly targeted visitors to your site, typically at a fraction of the cost of traditional advertising. Without high search engine rankings, you will only get visitors that find your web address through word of mouth, regular advertising, or other limited means.
On its free plan, you can create up to 10 videos and export them up to two-minute-long each in standard definition quality. The videos will have the Wave.video watermark. Also, you can upload only 10 video clips, 20 images, and 10 audio files (up to 500MB each). You could also use their stock videos, images, and audio files but they do come at an additional cost.
By default, extract-key is applied to two list elements for every comparison, but if cache-keys? is true, then the extract-key function is used exactly once for each list item. Supply a true value for cache-keys? when extract-key is an expensive operation; for example, if file-or-directory-modify-seconds is used to extract a timestamp for every file in a list, then cache-keys? should be #t to minimize file-system calls, but if extract-key is car, then cache-keys? should be #f. As another example, providing extract-key as (lambda (x) (random)) and #t for cache-keys? effectively shuffles the list.
The key here is to ask regularly rather than just once or twice. Most of your followers only see a fraction of your posts, and you should be getting new followers every day, so it makes sense to request subscriptions at regular intervals. If you can offer some sort of incentive or even just promise exclusive content within your emails, that helps too.