Have you heard the saying “less is more”? It’s a minimalist approach that helps you focus on what matters.
Saying something “short and sweet” is often more powerful than a long speech. Because research shows you have just 8 seconds to capture your audience’s attention.
Shorter videos tend to have more views and higher engagement levels, so you really do need to keep your words to a minimum.
So here our some top video script editing tips to help you get the best results…
How to write shorter scripts
The free version of the Teleprompter for Video app has a 750 character limit*. So straight away this will force you to focus on your primary message.
So draft out what you want to say and use the tips below to make it as succinct as possible:
The final word
Like so many things, practice makes perfect but if you follow these video script editing tips, your next script will be great!
Don’t forget you can also join our free Facebook community for Video Creators. Ask your questions and get advice from Teleprompter for Video app users from around the world.
* For a small one-time fee (forever access, with no monthly or yearly subscription), you can upgrade your Teleprompter for Video app to use longer scripts with no character limits – find out more here