Create stunning video ads with the Biteable ad maker

Turn your advertising ideas into business-boosting video ads

with the Biteable advertisement creator.

64% of consumers make a purchase after watching branded

videos on social platforms. — Tubular Insights

How to make an ad in a snap

  1. Open Biteable on your computer, tablet, or mobile phone.
  2. Choose an advertising video template.
  3. Log in or make a new Biteable account – sign up here!
  4. Customize your video ad template with your text, photos, and videos. Or start from scratch.
  5. Share your video ad to social, embed it on your site, or download it for later.

Getting started

Grow your business with
video advertising

Like ketchup at a barbecue, video advertising is an essential part of every business’s marketing toolkit. If you don’t have great advertising videos, you’re missing a key opportunity to sell yourself.

Biteable’s online software platform makes video creation foolproof. Simply pick a template, edit text, and drop in your logo. In five minutes, you’ll have the best-looking video content on the block.



Get started with zero investment

Traditionally, creating beautiful and effective video ads meant either learning how to use video editing software or spending big on video production. Either way, it was expensive.

Now you can make your own videos without investing a dime. Create your first promo video at the same time as you discover the Biteable online software platform.

Pro tips


Take your videos to the
next level

Once you start using Biteable, you’ll be turning out breathtaking videos in no time. Follow these simple pro tips to make your video ads as effective as possible.


Keep your ads short

Short videos nearly always do better than long and drawn out ones. Pay attention to the length of your advert and try to get it under the 30-second mark. Shorter, like 15 seconds, is potentially even more effective. This is especially important for your Facebook video ads.

Keep length in mind when you’re selecting a template or creating your video from scratch.