Product Update: Adzooma Product Tour & Explainer Videos

Product Tour is designed to be a quick rundown of our platform’s features. It shows you where everything is – and how it all works.

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It’s time for a big one.

Adzooma is the quick and easy way to manage and optimise your ad accounts. But now it’s even easier to get started.

We’re pleased to announce that Adzooma now has a full Product Tour, complete with some snazzy explainer videos that showcase our platform.

Why This Matters To You

In a nutshell, the Product Tour is designed to be a quick rundown of our platform’s features. It shows you where everything is – and how it all works.

For each tab, you can watch a short video and then get a step-by-step walkthrough of what to do first.

Start to finish, it only takes a few minutes.

There are five steps to the tour.

Available Right Now

Everything will launch automatically when you next visit the platform. If you’re not interested, you can always hit the Skip button.

You can also hit the blue question mark in the bottom right at any time to get access to any part of the tour.

It’s also worth noting that you can watch the tour in any order. And you don’t need to watch the whole thing if you’re not interested.

As usual, with Adzooma, you’re in full control.

Just here for the videos?

If you’re just interested in watching the videos, you can find them right here:

Just the beginning

This is a good starting point, but there are lots of explainer vids and other video content in the pipeline. Watch this space.

We’re always listening to your feedback. If you have ideas for how our videos could be improved – or other content you would like to see made into a video – please let us know.

Author:
John Severn
I studied law and taught English to rowdy secondary school kids. Having produced content for companies big and small, I’ve found a brilliant home with Adzooma. When away from the writer’s desk, I can be found gaming, having a quiet pint or catching up with the baseball or ice hockey. If we meet, don’t ask me about books, music or film: I’ll bore you to tears.