There are plenty of uses for customer-facing videos, whether to show off new products or give tutorials. Not everybody has the editing chops to create solid video content, though, so this simple tool makes a great addition to any team’s toolbox.
SAN FRANCISCO — Myles Weissleder has witnessed the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to startup demos.
The former VP of public affairs at Meetup.com presides over SF New Tech, a showcase for disruptive hopefuls that he’s run for more than eight years. Over 750 companies including SkyBox, Twilio, Prezi, Flipboard and Twitter have come to his networking mixer to demo before a live audience in a trendy SOMA club.
In San Francisco’s competitive startup environment, you can demo your game-changing idea (or Pet Rock app) every night of the week, but SF New Tech is one of the longest-running and largest showcases. Wannapreneurs face a few hundred audience members — many of them from influential companies like Apple or venture capital firms like CMEA capital — where the mingling is fueled by drinks and tacos.
During a recent demo night, Cult of Mac sat down with the indefatigable Weissleder, who is as at home on the stage with a mic as he is hobnobbing at the bar, to get his top tips on how not to bomb when you take the stage with your great idea, hoping to find cash and connect with influencers.
“These might be my favorite instructional videos ever. – Ashton Kutcher”
Take it from pretty boy and newly-minted startup investor, Ashton Kutcher…today’s exclusive offer is a BLACK FRIDAY KNOCKOUT punch! If your company doesn’t have a demo video, it’s missing out on the most effective way to convert those visitors into lifetime-long customers – by up to 400%.
To create a professionally made, high-quality video like this would typically run you at least $5,000…but with Cult of Mac Deals, you don’t need $5,000 to compete with the big boys.