Boulder, CO, May 16, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- MyFactals, Inc., a Boulder, CO-based tech startup announces the opening of the registration for the Beta launch of their new online promotional platform that uses short videos called factals to promote people, products, organizations, companies, brands, and more. Unlike YouTube, people don't need production quality video, and unlike Vine, Factals is designed for promotional purposes. With Factals, people can simply be themselves by demonstrating their talents, what they know, who they are, or what they are representing, all using video in the space of 1 minute. Factals can be amplified and syndicated in relevant, personalized or broad channels.
"Factals represents a new way to promote people and things using short, one-minute videos," says Cole Winans, CEO of Factals. "Video is the best medium to grab the attention of your audience, and by keeping the videos short, consumers get what they need quickly and efficiently – no more skipping through five-minute introductions and backstories on YouTube. We’ve been developing and testing this product over the past 18 months, and are very excited about the Beta launch."
With Factals, individuals and companies can post and view videos that educate, inform, and entertain on cool subjects like lifehacks, sports, fitness, acting, music, product demos, how-to’s, DIY, crafts, and more. Factals also let users post questions so that individuals and companies can respond with videos for promotional purposes, thought leadership, lead generation, etc. The platform is often described as a combination of YouTube/Vine and Quora.
To join the Factals Beta register at http://factals.co