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How do you make a video advert of a product that you want to sell if you don't have the product in your possession?

Asked 4 years ago

I want to make a video advert of a product that I would like to start selling, but I don't currently have the product in my possession. Is there a way around this?

Claudine Davidson

Thursday, April 29, 2021

It is a common problem for new businesses or new sellers to face this problem. If you are planning to make a selling video for a product and do not have the product at hand, the best idea is to go for purchased online ads.

In the digital scene, where online is the first place to be for any business. There are a number of options that one can use for online ad purchases. Facebook ads, promotional ads on various websites, Google AdWords - all can be used to place your ads. The only thing you need is the product description and some catchy pictures, not the product in itself.

Alissa Hebert

Tuesday, August 03, 2021

If you have a static image of the item, you can edit a video around the image (for example from your supplier) to create a video.

If you are not confident with editing, you may want to wait until you have the item. Then, you can create the ad you want rather than working around the issue.

Georgette Burt

Thursday, September 30, 2021

You can certainly make it work with good video editing for the ad. Find a realistic and high-quality picture of the product and make a captivating video ad. Include the qualities of your product in the video and promote it through a Facebook ad or Instagram. Besides the good video editing, make sure to write a catchy description of the product.

Staff Editor

Staff Editor

Thursday, February 02, 2023

One of the simplest options is to find an existing video and edit it. If you're not video-editing-savvy or if specialized tools are too pricy, you can use bundled dropshipping solutions like Niche Scraper. It has a Video Ad Generator that uses images, music, and captions.

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