It seems that the way we view online information is continually evolving. Luckily, so is technology. At first, websites had lots of text. But, that got boring. Then, we added photos for a splash of color. Nicer, but still not enough. Static photos gave way to slideshows. And now, videos are all the rage. Luckily, with the evolution of websites and viewer tastes comes the evolution of technology. If you're looking for a way to bring interest to your site, you might want to consider creating a video yourself. But you don't have to step in front of the camera or even hire actors to do this. You can convert text to movies with XtraNormal.com.
With the free XtraNormal account, you choose your background, whether you want one or two actors in the movie, whether you want them to be both men, both women or a man and a woman and even the type of voice you wish your actors to use (American accent, British accent, Australian accent, Indian accent, boy, girl, adult, etc.). After that, you simply type in what you want each actor to say. You can control the camera angles, actions, facial expressions, insert any sounds and create pauses wherever you want with each character. If you want an even wider variety of options, you can pay for them with xtranormal points you can purchase.
What can a REALTOR(R) use this for? Create a video profile on your social networks or website, a special holiday message, highlight a community in a fun, new way, talk about recent real estate news that your visitors may enjoy, share information that you think may be helpful to buyers or sellers or even create a fun "congratulations on your new home/the sale of your home" video. This is definitely one way to catch a website visitor's attention and help you stand out from the crowd.
Here is a quick video that one of our team members put together using the free options on XtraNormal:
It's silly and fun, but can also be used as an inventive way to grab those potential clients' attention. If you can type, you can create a movie. Convert your text into movies with XtraNormal.