How to make a logo sting for your video easily

When making videos you will want to create a nice logo intro or logo sting as it is officially called to break up your video intro rather than going straight into your content.

Starting your video with a question that your target audience would like an answer for, followed by a logo sting, and then your content is a proven way to pull people to watch a little more of your video and is, therefore, best practice when it comes to video

Traditionally in order to create a logo sting, you either needed to have your own effects designer, use a freelancer, become skilled in something like adobe after effects or you could buy a pre-made effect from Envato.  But this still required a knowledge to edit.

The good news is that in this post I am going to show you in a video below an IOS app called IntroMate.  This app comes with a number of pre-made Logo Sting templates that you can amend with your own text etc and in a few minutes, you can have your very own logo intro created.

It is very easy to use and you can have a logo sting for your business ready and in your next video in a matter of minutes so do  check out the video below.


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Phillip, The Curly Marketer

How to make a logo sting for your video easily
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Hi I am Phillip, The Curly Marketer. I love to help small to medium businesses use social media to grow their audience and their business.

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