How to Write a Powerful and Effective Explainer Video Script

I’m finishing up with the production of a video explainer for a client of ours this week. It’s been a simple process, but it was essential that I narrowed down the script to ensure it was as brief, impactful, and thorough as possible to ensure the explainer video has maximum impact. Explainer Videos Statistics On average, viewers watch 46.2 seconds of a 60-second explainer video The sweet spot for an explainer video length is 60-120

VoiceJungle: Fast, Affordable, Professional Voiceovers

This last week I was in a bit of a bind. I had to release a podcast but didn’t have the intro and outro with me. I did my best to record it myself, but having me on the intro and outro as well as the podcast didn’t sound professional. A quick search online and I found VoiceJungle, and I decided to give the service a try. The site had a ton of voices to

Filter Subdomains in Google Analytics

With software as a service (SaaS) vendors like Compendium, you delegate a subdomain and host your blog on a different subdomain than your website. Commonly, this is accomplished with blog.domain.com and www.domain.com. Typically companies implement a totally separate account in Google Analytics to monitor the blog subdomain. It’s actually not necessary. Google Analytics will allow you to monitor multiple subdomains within a single profile. To do this, you simply add a line of code to

One Google Analytics Account, Multiple Domains

If you’re a franchise corporation, you might have multiple domains or subdomains but you wish to track traffic across all of them. This is possible by adding another profile within Google Analytics and appending a second profile tracker. ORIGINAL Code Sample: <script type=”text/javascript”> try {var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker(“UA-111111-1”); pageTracker._setDomainName(“none”); pageTracker._setAllowLinker(true); pageTracker._initData(); pageTracker._trackPageview(); } catch(err) {} </script> NEW: Asynchronous Google Analytics Code Sample: <script> var _gaq = _gaq || []; _gaq.push([‘_setAccount’, ‘UA-12345-1’]); _gaq.push([‘_setDomainName’, ‘example-petstore.com’]); _gaq.push([‘_setAllowLinker’, true]);

Mobile Textarea: How Many Characters Left

We’re up to Version 3.0 of the WordPress Mobile Plugin utilizing Connective Mobile’s API and Text Club feature. Connective Mobile has a 150 Character limit for your Mobile Marketing message that you want to broadcast to your subscribers. Rather than having someone wonder how many characters they have left, I modified Geeky Grrl’s little in-line Javascript method to display the number of characters left: <textarea style=”margin-left: 50px; margin-top: 4px” rows=”2″ cols=”60″ name=”wpcm_message” id=”wpcm_message” onKeyUp=”i=150;val=this.value; if(val.length>i)