how to write a video script gives users 4 powerful tools to create a great script for any video, whether it be animated, video scribed, formal, interview style, tutorial, or any other medium of video.
Saint George, UT (PRWEB) October 17, 2012
Ydraw’s new guide on how to write a video script gives users 4 powerful tools to create a great script for any video, whether it be animated, video scribed, formal, interview style, tutorial, or any other medium of video. With a brief overview of all of the different resources on the main page, each links to the full article, depending on what the user wants to learn more about.
The first article Ydraw highlights is from the book “Made to Stick”, giving 5 great steps on how to write a video script for corporate video. These steps include thoughts to keep in mind when trying to think like the consumer, and also various other resources from the “Made to Stick” book including the teachers guide and the “Made to Stick Model”.
The second article is one written by Linne Marsh, a key script writer for Ydraw’s whiteboard animation videos. Her article focuses on learning and understanding what audience is to be targeted, and different questions to keep in mind when brainstorming for a video script.
The third article is one written by Jace Vernon, one of the founders of Ydraw, on the power of selling, persuading, and influence. This points out some great tools in helping video scripting be persuasive.
The last resource is an informative infographic on “the art of copywriting”. This infographic is an amazing resource for not only how to write a video script for corporate video, but how to write for any publication or professional business.
With these resources, Ydraw hopes to educate the public on the format of great video scripting, and in turn educate people on the process of writing in general. For more resources on video marketing and making amazing video, visit Ydraw’s site today.