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Free Video Marketing Teleseminars

Many moons ago teleseminars  were the rage.  I really enjoyed teleseminars and learned much from theme because there is any number of things you could do while listening to the audio. I could work on a building a website, I could lay down if not feeling well or I could listen while surfing.

It’s surprising how fast things change. Videos are now the weapon of choice for all cutting edge website and internet marketing professionals. People enjoy watching videos and videos can create instant repoir with your customers or website visitors.

I got an email from Josh Anderson…..a noted video expert and Josh is always cutting edge when it comes to online video. Anyway, he sent me a link for a series of  Video Marketing teleseminars ……all on the many ways to use videos for marketing, sharing information and making money online. I listened to his audio and it was excellent…..some people might sell this stuff for $97 an audio!

Just a heads up, there’s 2 or 3 one time offers to contend with when you go to http://nanacast.com/vp/96448/75343/ to sign up for the free Video Marketing Seminars…. There are some really good Video Experts being interviewed and you can listen to all of them as they are produced free of charge…. if you want you can get the Video Marketing Audios and Transcripts for a small fee and listen to at your leisure.

http://nanacast.com/vp/96448/75343/

Are You Catching The Email Video Marketing Wave

Video Marketing from Traffic GeyserIf you’re involved in any type of email marketing, you’ve surely heard about the new buzz. . .video email marketing. If this intrigues you and you want to get started with this in your marketing mix, follow the next few tips before you get started.

1. As with anything, start small and experiment. Video email is a very powerful tool. It can show what your products have to offer, help instill trust in customers through video testimonials, and give your email list recipients a total look at what you have to offer. However, start out slowly. Do a short small video to test the waters. Make it something compelling, but not overly-ambitious. Your goal is to start with a video that is inexpensive and works well and that you can create with your own digital camera or Web cam. Once you have an established audience and they’re paying attention, you can pay a little more for highter quality.

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2. Going along with those same lines, keep your video short. Keep in mind that, although video email marketing is interesting, the people you are sending it to do not have a lot of time. Try to keep your video in between 30 seconds and 1 minute and keep it as an intro to something better that’s to come in your email.

3. Don’t forget about your email layout and text.
In all the excitement of this new medium, it’s understandable that you will focus on your video. But remember that your email still needs links, images and good, compelling text. Although your open rates may increase when you use video email, not everyone will watch it. For this reason, use the video as an enhancement. . .not the whole purpose of the email. That meat should still be in the text.

4. Test it first with your base.
Consider sending a video email toa  small group of your list first (the ones that usually open your emails). You can even contact them directly first and ask them if they’ll give you some feedback. A different eye can offer you some suggestions that you haven’t even considered.

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5. Build a video email subscriber list
Some of your email recipients will prefer the new video way of communicating and other won’t so it’s a good idea to seperate the two. One way to do this is to ask all of your readers what they prefer and then just divide them up.

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Video email marketing is still very new and unestablished, but it’s definitely unique and can open up new ways to brand yourself, make new sales and raise interest in your products and services. Again, you do want to start small and be patient. Don’t get discouraged if people don’t seem to be interested. This new medium may be the new standard before long so it’s a good idea to wet your feet with it right now.

Discover A YouTube Alternative For Your Video Marketing

If you’re in search of a YouTube alternative to use for your video marketing, you won’t have to look very far. Although YouTube is by far the most famous, there are many other video social networking sites that you can take advantage of when doing your video marketing.

Here are just a few of them:

Brightcove allows you to create and launch your own internet TV station. It’s quick and easy to get your channel up and running. You can also incorporate videos uploaded by other users into your shows. Your channel is syndicated with other major players on the net and you can earn revenue through advertising as well as video sales. The interface is also extremely impressive.

FlickLife counts among the small handful of revenue sharing hosts that are out there. This is something you definitely want to look into because you can broadcast your own videos to the world at no cost at all and actually get some money in return.

Go Fish is a fairly large YouTube alternative hosting site which helps you promote your leadership skills. The primary goal of this site is to give you your 15 minutes of fame, so to speak. You can post pretty much whatever you want here: business tips, documentaries, comedies, spoofs, pranks, and even episodic dramas – all are welcome here. If you’re seeking a wide exposure for your business, this site offers a great opportunity.

ClipShack is, in a nutshell, a community for the video-addicted – a place for sharing your videos with the world. Its run by Reality Digital, Inc. – a company with years of experience in catering to the multimedia needs of the corporate sector.

Blip.TV brings you the kind of stuff you might be able to find somewhere on television but most likely won’t. This site is very highly rated by PC World and Business 2.0 magazine. It syndicates its content with the likes of AOL Video, Yahoo! Video, MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, MSN Video, Google Video etc., which allows you to reach millions of people in one shot. If you’ve got what it takes to create a great show, it may even get broadcast on this TV channel that blip.tv owns. And if your show’s a hit, they allow you to pick your own advertisers and earn revenue. Flash, QuickTime, DivX, 3gp – more or less all major formats are supported.

Revver is especially interesting because it boasts a clever mechanism that helps it track and monetize the uploaded videos as they spread virally across the internet – so “no matter where your creativity travels, you benefit“. Your uploaded video is paired up with a targeted advertisement and the revenue is split 50/50 with you. Those who share and spread the videos get to keep 20% of the revenues as well. The Revver API lets you build a video-sharing site complete with user accounts, uploading, sharing tools and access to the full Revver library of videos. The bandwidth is covered by Revver and the ad revenue is split three ways: you, Revver and the content creator. This is a great YouTube alternative to take a look at.

Explore the sites carefully and use them as a great source of traffic. There are also a handful of wordpress plugins that will use these sites to build video websites by autoposting!