App trailers (short videos about your app, designed to generate interest and excitement) are becoming a very important part of the marketing phase of app development. In fact, many app review sites are now making an app trailer a required part of the review.
But how easy are they to create? Is it necessary to contract with a big-budget media group to produce one, or can you spend a few hours with iMovie (like I did) and put one together at almost no cost?
Let’s talk about app trailers at the next installment of #storyappchat THIS Sunday (December 11), at 9:00 p.m. EST. Bring links of your favorite app video trailers, including your own (if you have one). Let’s share the elements that go into a good app trailer, and how they can be used to promote a storybook app. Be prepared to ask and answer questions, and in the meantime, check out these book and app trailers below!
A Present for Milo by Ruckus Media Group
Tracks in the Sand by Loreen Leedy
Peterkin Meets a Star by PicPocket Books
The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore
Bartleby’s Book of Buttons by Monster Costume
Cinderella by Nosy Crow Apps
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