Create your simpleshow explainer video in minutes
Easy. Fast. And like a pro!
Explainer videos rule.
And now, creating them is a piece of cake!
simpleshow has created explainer videos for corporate customers for years. With mysimpleshow, we have used all our experience and developed a simple online tool that empowers anyone to make professional videos.
A guided process makes it simple to create your own video in minutes
Smart Storylines give your Script the perfect structure
Our Explainer Engine automagically turns your script into an illustrated video
Thousands of original simpleshow® illustrations support your story
Simply for YOU!
If you aim to promote your product or service, train your employees, or need to motivate your team, a simpleshow explainer video will help you shine. You can use it for training, change management, or any form of corporate communication.
Teach the world. Use mysimpleshow in the classroom with your students or contribute to open educational resources. Introduce, summarize, and explain topics worth sharing.
Spice up your blog, build a crowdfunding video, or get your dream job with a video resume. Go ahead and have fun with it. As of now there are no limits for using a great explainer video.
Why you need an explainer video
A great explainer video can have a huge impact. It allows you to reach your audience and get your message across in a simple and engaging way. It doesn't matter if you need to communicate in a professional environment, teach your students, or promote important issues that you feel very strongly about. With the power of simplicity, storytelling, and images that stay in mind, your message will get heard!
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