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Part II – Tips To Promoting Your Videos

In part one of this series, we got five amazing tips on how to promote your videos from video expert Jake Ludington of JakeLudington.com. Part two, below, is the final five tips to promoting your videos on YouTube and beyond.

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Jake Ludington helps over 500,000 people answer their video and audio questions every month. From detailed tutorials on complicated video editing scenarios to finding useful tools for isolated problems, Jake provides ongoing research on the best methods for making Internet delivered video.

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Part 1 – Top Ten Tips To Getting More Web Video Views

Everyone wants to know… How do I get more people to watch my videos? Well, here’s some answers for you. On today’s Daily Flip, I convinced video expert Jake Ludington of JakeLudington.com to give his top ten secrets to getting more views on your videos.

Whether you want more views on your blog, or on YouTube, or wherever, Jake’s tips work, and will give you the knowledge you need as a new video producer to climb your way to stardom in the world of online video. Watch this blog for Part II where Jake will give his final five tips. Subscribe to be notified!

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Jake Ludington helps over 500,000 people answer their video and audio questions every month. From detailed tutorials on complicated video editing scenarios to finding useful tools for isolated problems, Jake provides ongoing research on the best methods for making Internet delivered video.

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Video Blogging Tips From Steve Garfield

Ready to learn how to start video blogging? Want some tips and tricks for your new vlogging efforts? I interviewed Steve Garfield, a video blogging entrepreneur and online video mastermind who gives some excellent advice for you on how to start your new video blog.

By the way, did you know that Steve is really awesome?

YouTube link: How To Be A Good Video Blogger?.

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TheDailyFlip.com is a web show about online marketing and being an entrepreneur. Jim Kukral is an award-winning and long-time blogger, as well as speaker, writer, online marketer and web entrepreneur. You can read more about Jim Kukral here.

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Bobblehead’s & Videos You Need To Watch

Dwight Schrute has one, why can’t I? I love the Internets. You can order all kinds of crazy things you previously wouldn’t have known about.

Someone buy me one? Visit http://www.whoopassenterprises.com.

Also, check out this video. Well done. YouTube is my life! Hat tip Nalts.

Found this great site tonight as well. Brotherhood2.com. Great concept, great execution.

There’s so much fun stuff out there to see. I need to start exploring more online, that’s for sure. Enjoy, I am.

Win A Pure Digital Flip Ultra Video Camera On The Daily Flip Web Show

Just like the headline says, and the video repeats below. Watch my new Daily Flip show… and win a brand spanking new Flip Ultra video camera. The press team at Pure Digital loved the idea of my new show so much they sent me a Flip just to give away to a viewer.

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Video Blog Or Web Show – What’s The Difference?

Today on the Video Ninjas radio show, Steve and I talked quite a bit about online videos and entertainment. Specifically, we talked about the difference between a “web show”, and a “video blog”. Not that it really matters what the difference is… I just like talking about it.

What’s A Video Blog?

A video blog, to me, is something like 1938media, or Chris Brogan’s Attention Upgrade. Samples below.

I consider these more “unedited streams of consciousness” where you turn on the camera and start talking. Usually you film yourself wherever you are at the moment, and usually you’re basically unscripted beyond a simple idea of what you want to say.

What’s A Web Show?

I think a web show is more like what Gary V is doing. Or what ZEfrank was doing with the show. A web show is somewhat, or fully scripted. In other words, you have a list of things you want to talk about, and you move through them one by one, either reading through a bulleted list of things or off a teleprompter. A web show is also usually shot on a single set location. Lastly, a web show usually includes more intro and title graphics.

Again, I don’t think that it really matters, nor do I wish to be the person who is snooty enough to want to own some type of classification on the difference. I simply am trying to point out what I see in the world of online video entertainment.

The Daily Flip will be more of a web show I think, based upon my own thoughts above.

Tell Me Why You Like Seesmic

I’m writing my monthly “Innovations” piece for Revenue Magazine about new hot video tool called Seesmic.

Do you use it? Tell me why it’s the next best thing? Don’t use it yet? I’m also open to hearing from you either by contacting me or leaving a comment below.. I might just quote you in the article. Thanks!

Updates! These are videos direct from Seesmic, updated as they come in.

I’m Thinking About Quitting Blogging

I’ve been blogging since 2001. I’ve written thousands of blog entries across tons of blogs. Lately I’m wondering if it’s time to stop? I’ve got Twitter and Facebook and my private email lists with my close friends.

Blogging for me was always about self-expression. It was/is my outlet. Lately, however, I’m questioning if I need that outlet anymore because I have so many other outlets?

Or maybe it’s just time to shut the written word down and go to a video blog format. A huge commitment, yes, but hmmm…

Didn’t you ever just feel like it was time to switch gears and dive in head first and push yourself? Everything I’m doing lately revolves around video. Seems like a natural progression.

Solving Problems For People Is The Key To Success!


Upload Video to Multiple Sites Automatically
Success comes to those who help people solve problems. Case in point, I have been struggling with how to get my videos uploaded to many online video sharing sites. It’s a huge time waster, believe me.

Today I ran across a new tool called Video Post Robot (full review at Howtodovideo.com). Check it out.

In essence, the software allows me to save a ton of time uploading videos to sites like YouTube, Metacafe, Blip.tv, etc… All with the click of a button.

Does your software solve problems? Take a look around at the things people are selling? Notice how the ones that are always successful solve problems for people?

Think about that when you’re building ANYTHING! Products, services, blogs, etc…