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Viddyad links with Startacus to offer 10% Startacus member discount
by Startacus Admin
Viddyad links with Startacus to offer 10% Startacus member discount! Horray!
As a startup, getting in front of your prospective customer is not just very important - it can be a matter of life or death.
Therefore with our latest Startacus member deal - we reckon we’re not only saving you a small fortune, we think we might be potentially saving you from the indignity of people not knowing about, or just even knowing how fab your startup really is..(and before it is too late too!)
The Viddyad platform is the world’s first cloud-based collaborative video creation, editing and distribution platform for business with a built-in content library.
Viddyad has created a game changing video ad production platform with professional motion graphics, effects and text movement to give polished professional production results every time.
Viddyad won the ESB Spark of Genius Award at the Dublin Web Summit in October 2013, and went on to be finalists in SXSW (South by South West) World Most Innovative Technology award in March and now...well now they are linking up with Startacus to make their services even more accessible to all you good self starting folk. (Oh and not forgetting they were a Startacus Startup of the Week too!)
So whats the deal?
Well first up - the Viddyad team have made their video ads free to create - a try before you buy, if you like. You can share a watermarked version with your fans...your prospective customer...your funders, and get valuable feedback before you decide to upgrade to the premium video ad.
And hold yer’ horses - the premium version is not gonna cost you a small fortune either - those good folk at Viddyad have not only made a top quality product - their offering it out to the general public, at what we think is a really cost effective price too.
Their Premium video ads currently cost between $99 and $499 so we think as a standalone price, this is pretty cracking anyway.
However we are delighted to announce that Startacus members (it’s free to join our platform you know!) can also apply a 10% discount on the prices above, to make this fab service even more accessible.
Why would you need Video?
Bearing in mind that most consumer searches start and often finish online and that in terms of search engine optimisation having video is pretty much a given if you want to optimise your ‘search-ability’, we reckon that’s enough reason alone. However we’ve partnered up with Viddyad, because the quality of their videos are high, their costs are pretty low, and (apart from the bonus of being a recent startup themselves) they seem to be going places too!
Watch their promo video at the bottom of this article to see for yourselves!
So how do you take up the deal?
All you have to do visit our member deals page, where once logged in as a Startacus member you will be able to access the unique Viddyad link that will automatically apply that all important 10% discount code. Simples!
Of course, as we’ve already highlighted - you have to be a Startacus member to take up the deal, so get to it, if you’ve not already signed up to the site.
And that’s that. A big virtual high five to Viddyad for offering this deal to our members and we look forward to seeing some of your Viddyad videos on line in the coming weeks and months.
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