New Explainer Video Released by Rising Video Marketing Company Ydraw

June 14, 2012

New explainer video by rising video marketing company Ydraw has recently been released to the public via YouTube and Vimeo.

Saint George, UT (PRWEB) June 14, 2012

A new explainer video by Ydraw has been released to the public via YouTube and Vimeo. This explainer video is a breakthrough for video scribing and whiteboard animation, featuring emphasis on video editing that has never been seen before.

The beginning of the explainer video shows a futuristic city with Ydraw as the emphasis, showing how well Ydraw markets their companies and centers their content around the client.

The explainer video then zooms into a big-screen TV, and plays out a scripted story, starting by grabbing the attention of the audience and getting them hyped to hear “exciting news for anyone who has ever sweat bullets over marketing videos”. From there, the video “hypnotizes” the viewer with amazing animations and valuable information.

Emphasizing the small amount of time a video has to make a good first impression, Ydraw makes it apparent that first impression is key. Even huge marketing companies cannot hold the attention of a viewer for more than 54 seconds. Ydraw´s goal is to make explainer videos that viewers will want to watch over and over again, for more than the average viewer time.

Jumping to an animated view of Ydraw´s Facebook page, this explainer video engages audiences by creating animations that make average everyday activities come to life in animations and video scribing.

Lastly, Ydraw´s explainer video adds testimonials from happy clients to show the great services they provide. One testimonial started with, “everyone loved, loved, loved the video!”

The one part of the video that is the most attention grabbing was towards the last 30 seconds, where Ydraw explains that they do not need proof that their videos work, they provide the proof themselves, because people watch them, and keep watching them. Ydraw´s explainer videos work.

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