Special Event! I’ll be holding a live webinar on September 23, 2013 at 3pm EST on how to get the most out of PowToon. The webinar will be especially useful for businesses that want to know how an animated PowToon video can be used more effectively. In particular, I’ll be talking about how to get your PowToons communicating your message better by improving the look and feel of your videos. I’ll do that by using your own videos!
So be sure to join the webinar on September 23, 2013 at 3pm EST by clicking the following link. To submit your PowToon for review, post your video’s YouTube link in the comments section of this page: http://www.powtoon.com/blog/september-webinar/

Check out the promo video I made for the webinar…

If YouTube is unavailable in your area, please right-click the following link to download the video: PowToon Webinar

Thanks and hope to see you in the webinar!




How to Make Powtoons with Pow! Or at least ones that don’t suck.

Powtoon is an awesome tool. Over 500,000 Powtoons and counting is proof in the pudding. But like any tool, it requires some skill and know-how to get the most out of it.

And one of the things you probably want to get out of Powtoon is something that grabs your audience’s attention, communicates your message and gets people to want to take action. The funny thing is, people say that’s what they want when they use PowerPoint but I’m pretty sure you’ve sat through some pretty awful PowerPoint presentations. Ones that, basically, totally sucked!

Of course, you wouldn’t be guilty of ever doing that, right? Right?

Well, with Powtoon, the big, awesome difference is of course, the toon part, the part that let’s you make website videos, product demo videos, explainer videos or educational videos.

So to help you take full advantage of what Powtoon can do, I’m going to be holding a free webinar called “How to Make Powtoons with Pow! Or at least ones that don’t suck.”

What’s going to happen in this no holds barred webinar is I’m going to take a look at, dissect and reconstruct some of your Powtoons and turn them into something you would be proud of to put up on your website, promote your business or show off to your class.

So be sure to register for “How to Make Powtoons with Pow! Or at least ones that don’t suck” and get your Powtoon ready.