Master Your Video Marketing in 30 Minutes with InVideo

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Good videos are always a compelling way to advertise your real estate listings.

But the problem with video is, it’s a huge pain to do them well.

It takes years of learning and practice to even approach a high-quality video – and that’s why most people don’t do it. Heck – just understanding how to use video editing software can take a long time to figure out.

Ever since video was invented, there’s always been a huge barrier to entry… but something you may not know is – in recent years, videos have gotten MUCH easier to make.

Even if you’ve never spent one second of your life creating professional videos, I’m willing to bet that EVEN YOU have what it takes to do this.

InVideo allows anyone and everyone to do video, with no need for an editor or sophisticated editing skills.

If you’ve ever used Canva, you’ll find a lot of similarities here. In fact, it’s actually one of InVideo’s goals is to be the Canva for video creation, and so far they seem to be on the right track.

Obviously, most real estate investors can use this kind of software to make property listing videos, but there are many other creative ways to put these kinds of videos to use.

In fact, this is something that most of the biggest news and entertainment websites on the internet have been doing for years! Here are just a few examples:

The point is, you aren’t limited to creating property listings with this software. You could also use it to consistently give out helpful, interesting content to your buyers list, your followers, your potential clients, and the like.

People use this kind of software for two common purposes:

– Content Marketing (giving out information and tips to people to build trust)
– Creating Ads for Products (5 – 10-second bumper)

This is the exact software used by companies like:

– Reuters
– CNN
– CNBC
– Sony Music

You see, InVideo used to be strictly an enterprise product (only accessible to big companies making over 1,000 videos per month), but the software was just recently opened it up to smaller “prosumers” and consumers just like you and me.

Another potential use for this kind of software is to create videos and sell them to other people and companies.

Creating and editing a single video can be a very expensive thing to outsource (trust me, I’ve tried it and it’s not cheap), but when you have software that makes it this easy, and if you feel like you’ve got a knack for it, you could easily create and sell videos for $100-a-pop and the software would easily pay for itself very quickly.

And speaking of cost, this is BY FAR, the cheapest software of its kind (which is surprising, considering how dynamic and easy it is to work with).

They have a free plan that allows up to 10 videos per month (limited to 720p). It’s without a watermark too – which is a big deal. You won’t find this anywhere else.

I’ve used other software like this in the past – and what I like about InVideo is that it gives you A LOT of different options and ways to customize these videos. You aren’t stuck with one or two basic templates, you can go nuts with how you want your videos to look (e.g. – fonts, colors, length, music, images, stock footage, etc).

Unfortunately, whenever software presents you with more options and choices, this also gives you more layers of complexity, which means you’ll have more things to learn and sift through. Don’t get me wrong – it’s nice to have flexibility, but it also may add to the learning curve.

The first time I logged into the site, it took me a while to figure out where to go and what to do… so I wouldn’t call it “idiot-proof”, but once you’ve figured out the basics, it’s a breeze.

I’ve also found that not all of the stock music and the stock footage is a great fit for every video. Some of the music sounds a little cheesy and not all of the stock music is top-shelf quality, so it’s important to make the right choice when you’re creating your videos – or it could have more of a negative impact on the things you’re promoting.

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  • Walter Acosta

    Walter Acosta is a blogger. His primary interests are in digital marketing and content creation and curation.

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Walter Acosta is a blogger. His primary interests are in digital marketing and content creation and curation.