Let me tell you briefly how my first special interest video was produced. OK, try and visualize this:
Here's this guy, (yours truly), standing at a folding table in his garage with his loving wife at the controls of the movie camera. This was my first instructional video showing how to recharge toner cartridges for laser printers and small copiers. So, here I am at my little table in my garage giving instruction with, get this, birds chirping in the background. OK, you can open your eyes now, and stop laughing!
The point I am trying to make here is this, the production quality is not as important as the value of the information you are trying to impart. Oh, by the way, we sold that first video along with some supplies for $695.00. (Yes, six hundred and ninety five dollars!) And we didn't have to make even one refund during the whole time we offered it for sale.
Now let me assure you our videos have come along way since that two day stint in our garage producing our first video 11 years ago!
With just a few inexpensive pieces of equipment, I can show you how to produce your very first special interest video in a manner that you will be proud of and will possibly sell hundreds of copies to satisfied customers.
You can do one of two things, go it alone like I did at first, trial and error, or let me take you by the hand on our video, showing and telling you exactly what you need to do step by step.
Here's what you'll learn:
1.How to keep you videos simple, yet highly informative.
2.How to give you videos high perceived value.
3.How to find an audience for your video already waiting to buy it.
Make money with your own special interest video! Lights, camera, action!