Improvements to the Product Stager’s Video feature

As is usual, since first releasing the video feature of the Nifty Product Stager, we’ve been improving things. We’ve tweaked the timing for each animation and the pause at the end of each cycle.

What does this mean? It means a viewer has more time to view and take in each design.

Here’s one we just made for one of the great designers at Zazzle. We loved the cute dragon!

To choose and buy, visit: http://bit.ly/36ZNAzD

The Product Stager gives you a shortened bit.ly link use when sharing the video on social media.

It leads to an auto-generated page on our new PickFromHere.com site showing all the products in the “pull” from which the video was made. They’re laid out in a product grid, with each linked to its product page on Zazzle.

If you want to have a look, visit http://bit.ly/36ZNAzD

Note: if you’re going to share on Pinterest, you can’t use the bit.ly link because Pinterest doesn’t allow shortened links. Instead you need the long link in the Useful copy-paste items for your share section at the bottom of the Product Stager.

Demo of the Zazzle and Society6 Video capability for social media

We’ve surpassed ourselves on this one – so everyone says!

We made this video using the new version of the Nifty Product Stager.

Space-themed watches for astronomers and astronauts-to-be

There’s one for Zazzle, one for Society6 and one that works for most other PODs (print-on-demand stores).

Why not try the beginner-mode on your store? It lets you get one for your most popular product designs on Zazzle or random ones from your store on Society6:

Just click the link and put in your store name – you’ll have your own video in just 2 clicks. How cool is that? 😎

You can use the video you download right away on Facebook just by dragging and dropping it into a new post or in a reply. You can either provide your own link in the status text to your store or use the one provided by the product stager.

For Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram, you’ll need to convert your video to MP4 – but don’t worry, you’ll be given a link to an online converter that we’ve tried, tested and recommend.

At the time of writing, Facebook is experiencing the occasional glitch. If your uploaded video gets stuck at Progress 0%, cancel the upload (not the post/reply) and drag and drop it again. After maybe 20 or 30 seconds, it should jump to Progress 90% and then quickly finish. If it still doesn’t, try cancelling and re-uploading again. Three tries is the most we’ve had to do.