Our newest (and for the purposes of this post, and the joke) and bluest Tunefruit Featured Stock Music License comes from the fine folks over at Conversion Sciences. The video above goes into a thoughtful, and very present concern that many companies that sell online have to combat on a daily basis…the BLUE LINE. Now, we (because we are fruits here at Tunefruit, and don’t have ears) had never heard of the blue line, but oh boy, we know that it exists.
How easy do you make it for your customers to crossover from looky-loos to bonafide buying customers? Are you leaving barriers, obstacles, and unanswered questions littered across your e-commerce site? Probably.
Want to learn more about that cool Blue Line? Betcha do:
Want to learn more about how cool Conversion Sciences is? Click the screenshot:
Because we love talking about our very cool customers, it’s time to heap some love on Explainify. They make instantly useful, always-revenue-generating, explainer videos for a variety of different companies. From mobile apps to shelving solutions, they know how to convey a variety of messages for different audiences.
And look…if we’re being honest here, Explainify really knows how to make motion graphics pop. It’s partly the cuteness of the characters, and maybe how everything just seems to look awesome (look, this fruit went to music school, so if you want verbose, head over here). Don’t be afraid to click, it’s just The Atlantic, hoss.
Of course, we’re thrilled that that Explainify continues to consider us an amazing resource for stock music for their videos.
Check out their latest work by clicking on the screen shot below.
As is to be expected, our latest Featured Music License from Wistia, which deals with emailing folks DIRECTLY if you want something done, is concise, cute, and perfectly shot and edited. We’re always thrilled when Wistia considers us for music, and look forward to upcoming videos!
It’s sort of funny to think about, but does Mother’s Day really have a specific type of music that the holiday is associated with?
Is it all happy ukulele and bouncy rhythms like this track: Ukulele Music For Mother’s Day
Or maybe it’s lovey-dovey (is that how you spell that totally crazy word thing?) and kind-hearted piano music: Piano Music For Mother’s Day
You know what, it’s probably more about the strings and harps: String and Harp Music for Mother’s Day
Maybe it doesn’t matter…your mom will love you know matter what type of music you license for this gloriously awesome day of mom celebration.
We’re so proud to be a small (but musical!) part of Zendesk‘s very first national broadcast spot. These fine septuagenarians (I’m not checking on the veracity of my statement, so don’t ask) chat about their relationship through the lens of a business chatting with a customer.
All this fruit can say is…Zendesk is right. Focus on your relationships, be better at Customer service.
There are a few different cuts of the spot, and all of them are funny. Just click on the picture below and, as if by magic, you will be whisked away to all their spots.
The gentlemen over at Foster & Flux (somebody send them an award for Awesome Agency Name, please) just finished putting together this little gem of a customer video for Kidbusy, a totally awesome social network for millennial moms. Moms can get recommendations for things like Car Seats, or find out how other moms handle the daily grind with grace and a smile. Awesome.
This would explain why we have not received our invite to join the network. We are both fruits, and, from the looks of it, not moms. Fair enough. We’re still thrilled they used some quirky cute stock music from our catalog. Yay!
What’s the deal with with Foster & Flux you ask? Boom:
“Foster & Flux make things from scratch: web videos, tv commercials, promotional stories and more. No templates. No formulas. We dig for the heart of your brand’s story and then handcraft it into something beautiful, moving and smart.”
Straight out of the studios of Spots (based out of Atlanta, the greatest city on earth), comes this fantastically perfect spot for Jack’s (they are in Alabama, which is Georgia’s right arm, if you are looking at a map, champ).
In this spot, we’ve got four fantastically good-looking people at a fine dining establishment, and the two ladies in the group decide to pre-game some Jack’s burgers. Makes enough sense to this Mango. Now that I’m thinking about it, I am getting a little hungry. Time to make that 90 minute trek to our nearest Jack’s (watch out, Alabama, cause we’re fruity).
The newest Planet Nutshell-produced video for Q Factor is cute (Coop Tube…nice) and spends just a quick minute or so explaining how the process current mobile devices use to transmit and receive info leaves most users wishing for improvements in speed and quality (Mango quietly raises his hand in tacit approval and agreement).
We’d go into the gory details of just how exactly they make everything work better and faster, but then…why would you bother watching the video? You’d miss out on the cute animation!
And yes…the ahem…to “underscore” the importance of great stock caper music with picture, I present to you a favorite childhood movie, The Great Muppet Caper:
If you want to listen to and license a fantastic selection of royalty free caper music, go here: