How do you produce professional-looking videos without all of the equipment, time and expense?
Now there’s a great answer: AnswerStage.
Use the AnswerStage app to create professional-looking videos with just your phone. Simply record your answers to questions, combine them, and then choose from dozens of templates to make your Q&A “interview” look great.
It’s the quickest and most cost-effective way to produce videos for marketing, sales, training, public relations, customer support, or dozens of other applications.
Videos Made With AnswerStage
The best way to understand AnswerStage is by viewing a video made with AnswerStage. Here are a couple of examples.
Sometimes you’re not in the right setting for a video or just having a bad hair day. We’ve got you covered. Record your answers and use only the audio with the AnswerStage “Radio Wave” template. It’s like a radio show or podcast that you can hear — and see — anywhere. In this example, Joe Soto, a Fiduciary and Financial Advisor based in Georgia, provides an answer about the role of insurance in financial planning.
Podcasts are very popular and for good reason — they’re often entertaining, informative and build a connection between you and your prospects and customers. But they take a lot of time to produce; they’re often too long and they’re not visually compelling. Why not try a Q&A “vidcast” with AnswerStage.
Video = Authenticity. Authority. Personality. Effectiveness.
“Social video generates 1200% more shares than text and images combined.” – SmallBizTrends
“90% of users say that product videos are helpful in the decision process.” – Hubspot
“Thought leadership is about your audience members, not you. They have problems, and you have advice that can help them.” Drew Hendricks – Inc Magazine
“Business buyers don’t ‘buy’ your product or service; they ‘buy into’ your perspective and approach to solving their problems.” Jeff Ernst of Forrester Research
“Thought leadership strikes that delicate balance between the personal and the professional. It’s authoritative, yet authentic.” Stephanie Sammons – Wired Advisor