Attention: Anyone Who Wants to Create More Engaging and Exciting Videos With PowerPoint...

WARNING: Boring or Lame PowerPoint®
Videos Can CRUSH You!

What’s The Problem?

Quick question for you:
How would you describe the last video you watched? Interesting? Engaging? Or… just plain BORING?

Your videos are not going to be very effective if your viewers have to prop open their
eyelids to make it to the end. You need to grab and hold their attention in order to influence (i.e. marketing videos) or teach (i.e. video tutorials).

Training Designers, Internet Product Developers, and even Educators are spending time learning to create content for great tutorials and awesome marketing copy for their videos, but focus very little on the second half of the development process:

Good Design!

Ugly and ineffective design results in videos that actually HURT you more than help you and will have your viewers looking ELSEWHERE for what they want…

So, What’s The Solution?

Most content developers think that interesting content has to involve expensive media and programming, but there is a better tool you can use to make your content interesting. And you probably already own it…

It’s PowerPoint®!


Sure, you could spend hundreds of dollars and months of time using a fancy program like Photoshop or many of the countless other tools on the market but WHY would you when everything you need to make beautiful titles, topic slides and animated intros is right at your fingertips?

Many people, over the course of their professional careers, have created at least one presentation with PowerPoint and just being familiar with all the other Microsoft tools means that you will also be familiar with the PowerPoint interface.

Just learning how to create your own title screens, themes and animations in this powerful tool will, not only save you thousands of dollars by not paying someone else to do it, but you’ll save weeks of time — by finishing it today — and your finished video will be much more interesting and visually engaging.

So, with that said, we’d like to show you what we’ve got for you….

Introducing: The PowerPoint For Video Tutorial Series

Top Tips For Great Looking Presentations
Step-By-Step Instructions and demos you can follow
Questions from other viewers just like you – answered!
Top Resources to get results FAST!

And much more…


Here’s A Sample:

Nobody else delivers this kind of practical, easy-to-use, completely explained, time & frustration saving information…


The PowerPoint For Video Tutorials are a 4 hour series of webinar recordings where Lon Naylor & Michelle Schoen demonstrate real world examples of how to use just the PowerPoint features you need go get amazing results.

If you want to start making better video presentations using the excellent tools built into PowerPoint AND… leverage that content into kick-butt Camtasia videos… then:

 

Here’s Exactly What You’ll Learn
During These Recorded Sessions

How to work with: layout, type, image, color, and mood, seeing real-world examples of before and after. You’ll learn the action steps you can apply to your own videos.
How to use Websites color schemes and themes to create the perfect template for your video
Creating snazzy Lower Thirds like the video pros in the TV stations
Grabbing images from your desktop without using additional pricey tools
An easy way to manage all your images and stock photos so you never have to waste time looking for that perfect photo

Practice the pillars of visual design to improve any PowerPoint presentation & learn the tricks that persuade viewers to buy and learners to pay attention
Adding videos inside your PowerPoint
Layout techniques for designing around content, rather than forcing content into restrictive layouts
Image effects, treatments, and techniques for enhancing designs and aligning visual voice to learning voice
Color tools used by professional designers, and how to interpret and apply the schemes
Using beautiful fonts and text styles as a graphic design element

Typography basics for creating emphasis, contrast, and focus using visual style guides
How to move learners from an “I-can-tune-out” to a “I-wonder-what’s-next” mind-set
How to use PowerPoint to grab the viewers’ attention and run with it
How to make video learning content more memorable and more likely to be remembered
Learn the secrets to undercover tips for eye popping animation
The easiest way of all to remove and recolor backgrounds to get just the parts you need for your slides

Creating easy storyboards using PowerPoint’s slide sorter
How to make fun navigation buttons to make your Camtasia videos more interactive and engaging
Making PowerPoint your blank canvas instead of using boring bullet points
Why using master slides and layouts will save you hours of time when creating training courses
Creating your own templates to reuse your company’s colors and logo and sharing those templates with your team

New in Tutorials:

Top Tip: Keep It Simple!
Getting Started with Business Videos
Creating a Summary Slide for Training Courses
Adding Custom “Sketches” to Your Videos
How To Make A “Credit Roll” Animation in PowerPoint
PowerPoint Control Key Duplicate Trick
Two Mistakes When Using PowerPoint Video Templates
PowerPoint Video Template Tips
How to Animate in PowerPoint WITHOUT Using Animations
PowerPoint Video Review for One of Our Members

New in Templates:

How To Create “Fractured” Pictures in PowerPoint
A really fun and easy way to create interesting images that are “split up” in PowerPoint

How To Create a Parallax Effect in PowerPoint
How to create a “parallax” transition effect in PowerPoint with a sample slide

Quick Effects Toolkit
A few of our favorite animation effects all pre-configured that you can use in any PowerPoint video project

“Paper Cut-Outs” Tutorial & Template
A fun graphics effect to add some spice to flat, static images in your PowerPoint videos

Intro/Outro Brackets Template
A nice little quick, CLEAN, animation template for an “Intro” and/or “Outro” slide

Color Coordinated “Pop” and “Push List” Template
Ripping off the top Marketing Gurus – The “Push List Effects” Template from Andy Jenkins
New in Tools:

The PowerPoint software itself is certainly a nice video creation tool but… when it comes to making great videos quickly and easily: You’re gonna want some stuff!

By that we mean: “Assets” like Graphics, Fonts, Resources, etc. and also more intangible things like ideas, strategies, tactics and trends.

PresenterMedia
Free Graphics
Recommended Resources Guide
Idea Factory
ScoopIt

 


 

But, hold on… for a limited time we are also adding these valuable Bonuses!

BONUS #1 – The Ultimate Guide To Recording PowerPoint Videos

Folks really struggle with getting narration and PowerPoint animations to be in sync. This 3 part video tutorial series shows how to nail it PERFECTLY… EVERY time and record your Presentation-style & Explainer videos like a PRO!

BONUS #2 – 100 3D Male Figures

Transparent PNG files will look great on any color background
Drag ‘n’ Drop EASY into any software
Build your Graphics Library quickly
Create Camtasia videos like the pros!

Scroll through this incredible collection which is all yours as a special bonus!

 


 

What Do Some of Our Past Students Have to Say?

We specialize in “customer delight“. Here are some comments from the objects of our affection! 😉


 

“I Have No Hesitation in Recommending This Course.”

These tips were great! I attended your free LearnCamtasia.com webinar where Lon went over some of these, and they were exactly what I’d been looking for. I implemented them immediately and had excellent results in my videos. I have been doing a lot of PowerPoint videos for one of my clients and it’s just made the resulting videos that much better. I have since invested in a professional podcasting microphone which has also enhanced the recordings, but the tips that you and Lon shared in this course were invaluable, as always. Thanks again!

Donna Arnlund
DonnaArnlund.com

 


 

“I Love, Love, Love the Series You’re Doing on PowerPoint Videos.”

I’ve been truly enjoying your webinars about how to ramp up on Camtasia. In particular, I love, love, love the series you’re doing on PowerPoint For Video. I’ve been using the software for years. In just 2 short months, I’ve improved by leaps and bounds. Love your freebie templates. You make me look good with my clients and associates. I’m really just getting started using the wealth of material that you have on your site. At first, a lot of it felt like it was over my head. But I know that if I persist, and continue enjoying your very entertaining Q&A webinars, I’ll be whipping up some awesome movies in no time.

Lina – Stress/Pain Expert
Energywork Unlimited

 


 

“You Will Not Be Disappointed!”

You know I love video. I typically shoot video of myself using a camera, but here is another way to do it. And this is a way that’s intimidated me in the past but because of Lon and Michelle, my friends, this has become so much easier. I am not a technical early adopter. Some might say I am a late adapter but when I see good examples and when I know rock stars like Lon and Michelle that make this just so simple, I can’t help but get on board. I want you purchase this course to see how to do your own PowerPoint for screencasting videos for sales presentations, for content, for squeeze pages. You will not be disappointed. Michelle and Lon I trust whole heartedly will give you great, great content.

Carrie Wilkerson
TheBarefootExecutive.com

 


 

You Should Definitely Grab This Now,
Because of This Priority Guarantee!

If you can’t create more stunning and exciting videos using these PowerPoint techniques then we insist you fire us from your business and ask for a refund. But we’re super confident you’ll love these tutorials, you’ll implement our techniques and you’ll send us a testimonial telling us how much.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: We only support the Windows PC platform.
We don’t offer support for Mac versions of software.

It’s time to learn to change whoa to WOW. Discover techniques that will make the driest material come to life on the screen. Join us today.

Best of success,
Michelle Schoen and Lon Naylor

Thank you for visiting and we look forward
to working with you!