I’ve found out how to make internet marketing videos that look professional and that are ideal for capturing leads or promoting a brand. I can now offer it as a service to my clients.
Internet marketing can be difficult. It saps your time and your money, usually both.
Cyberspace is awash with SEO ‘experts’ who are ready to take your cash in return for promises of quick results.
After several months of paying their invoices you find that your site’s ranking has not improved enough to generate a decent return on your investment.
However, one thing that most experts agree upon is that video marketing is booming.
People search on YouTube for all kinds of solutions, products, and services. Many now go straight to YouTube for a video first and maybe check out websites on Google later.
A good video that’s properly configured for your target audience can help you gain those precious leads much faster than the article it is based upon.
So here’s another service I can offer: turning your blog posts or articles into Youtube videos.
Here’s a sample I made using a voiceover artist who read the script for me. I can hire UK or US speaking male/female voiceover artists:
Here’s one I made by recording my own narration.
The price depend on the options, number of words in the article etc, but here are some guide prices:
All prices are excluding VAT. I can offer you discounts for bulk orders. Contact me for further details and a no-obligation chat about your ideas.
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Do you wonder what goes through the minds of spammers? No, me neither. All I was interested in earlier this week was how to stop iCloud Calendar spam.
The latest hooks to arrive unwanted on my mobile devices are multiple invites in my calendar for fake RayBan sunglasses. They contain a mixture of Chinese and English characters and the purpose is obvious – click on these links and buy something.
These arrived a few weeks after my mobile phone had received over 80 spam text messages from China in the space of about 15 minutes one Sunday morning. A couple of days later I was surprised to receive a call from my mobile provider to assure me that any charges incurred would be refunded.
However, I had to check my next bill and remind them of that fact as the refund didn’t occur automatically, but they didn’t quibble and the refund was immediate.
Anyway, back to the iCloud calendar spam. Whatever you do, don’t respond to the invite in your calendar in any way. This is the equivalent of clicking on the links in spam emails and simply acknowledges to the spammer that your account is active. It will only encourage more spam.
Now, any event notifications should arrive by email. Your email spam filter should be able to remove these before they even reach you.
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