Getting an explainer video for your business can be a big investment, so it’s important to do it right. To make matters more confusing, there are lots of freelancer services that offer to make this content. It can be hard to know who to turn to. So why get an explainer video on Twine?
Like we said, getting an explainer video made can be a big undertaking. They don’t come cheap and they can be time consuming to make. Plus, an explainer video is an important piece of content for your business. Done right and you’ll see an increase in conversions. Done wrong and you’ll have shelled out your hard earned cash for nothing. So, you want a service that can help you navigate through this quagmire. Cue Twine!
Hiring a freelancer to make an explainer video can often feel like a leap into the unknown. So much is riding on the decision you make: Will it be what I want? How can I trust the freelancer? Do they know what they’re doing? Will it actually help my business grow?
When you get your explainer video on Twine, you don’t need to sweat these details. We guarantee great quality work. Our freelancers are top professionals: with their help you’ll get the explainer video you want and need. When you hire a freelancer from Twine you can trust that they’ll be able to give you quality content that not only looks amazing, but delivers results too.
Choose the right freelancer
We’re proud that we have over 190,000 creative freelancers on Twine. But that number might seem a little daunting if you’re trying to choose just one to make your explainer video. Luckily, we’ve made it easy to hire the right freelancer.
Every freelancer on Twine has their own portfolio right here on the site. So you can quickly view previous examples of their work. Our credits system even shows who they worked with, so you can be sure of their authenticity.
At a glance you can choose the right freelancer for your explainer video by using our star ratings and verified portfolios (look for the blue tick). Plus, we individually vet every pitch that you receive for your project to make sure it meets our exacting standards. Meaning you only receive pitches from creatives who can make the explainer video that you need.
Full project management
Manage your project from start to finish on Twine. No more long email threads and lost messages, or hopping from service to service to send files. Twine takes care of everything in one place.
From posting your project brief to receiving your finished explainer video files, it’s all done through Twine. That’s a relief!
Protection for buyers
We’re proud to offer protection for buyers who use Twine. Our secure payment system will hold onto your payment until you’re 100% happy with your explainer video. Only then will we release it to the freelancer. You’re also covered by our money back guarantee in case something goes wrong.
When you get an explainer video on Twine, a member of our team is always on hand. Whatever you need, we’re here to help. Contact us through our support centre, or use our live chat window (find this in the bottom right of your screen).
Plus, you get the option to sign up for our free concierge service when you get an explainer video on Twine. Our concierge package gives you 1-2-1 support from one of our community managers, ensuring your every need is met.
We’re not just another conveyer belt marketplace. Our blog is full of freelancer advice and business tips. We know that hiring a creative freelancer can be a bit daunting, so we’ve got guidance on explainer video budgets, how to write a brief, how to use your explainer video once it’s done and much more. We’re here for you before, during and after you receive your explainer video. Plus our buyer help centre is the place to go if you’re looking for advice on using Twine.
Why risk getting your explainer video from anywhere else?
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