Video Blog Sensation

Video Blog Sensation

“Video Blog Sensation – Transform Passive Readers Into Superfans Glued To Their Screens”

Welcome to Video Blog Sensation!

I believe blogging can have a huge impact on your own online business and now, even more so with the rise in popularity of video blogging.

If you are not already using video in your blogs, your sales letters or your info products, then you are missing out on a huge opportunity.

This report will provide you with all of the knowledge, strategies and tools you need to become a successful video blogger and you can benefit from this medium like I have.

All you need to do is TAKE ACTION…

Video Blogging: What Is It And
Why Should I Be Doing It?

Video blogging is steadily emerging as one of the newest, hottest Internet trends.  However, as the art of the video blog – often called “vlogging,” “vidding,” or “vidblogging” by lovers of the craft – is still relatively new as compared to more traditional methods of information dissemination over the Internet, so many people aren’t exactly familiar with the ins and outs of the process.

That’s where this primer comes into help. With this in hand, you can go out there and tackle your cyber audiences with the pomp and flash that video blogging offers. The salience of this technique on the Information Superhighway may surprise you.

If you’ve been on the Internet for any period of time at all, you’re likely familiar with the blog. A blog – short for “weblog” – is essentially a stream of articles that is constantly being updated.

Blogs are used for several purposes across the Internet, from self-promotion to corporate memo slinging to self-expression and nearly anything in between.

Blogs have great value to websites that use them properly – through a blog, a website can both show how active it is as well as reach out constantly to the website’s viewers with new, updated information.

A blog is often the number one reason why visitors return to certain sites, as most other site content is static. A blog is anything but, and a good blog keeps the viewer wanting more and coming back.

A video blog is the same thing; just replace article feeds with videos. The great thing about video blogging is that it totally revolutionizes the purpose and scope of a blog – whereas before the information was consigned to the written page (rather, the written web page), now the blog has gone 3D.

For example, if you happen to run a travel blog, a traditional blog will allow you to get the information of your exploits out to your readers in a concise and timely fashion, but often your reader’s understanding of the situation was limited to both your writing abilities and the amount of time you had to dedicate to the creation of the post.

Not all of us are Hemmingway – much can get lost in the translation from experience to memoir. This is where the video blog comes in.

Want your readers to experience the view at the top of Diamondback? Don’t just tell them with words: with the video blog you can show them with a panoramic shot of the beautiful island spread at the foot of the mountain.

Video blogging is also incredibly useful for those who run do-it- yourself websites – instead of dealing with numbering your steps and agonizing over word choice, why not set up a camera and film the process of changing a tire, spackling a wall, or soldering a pipe?

Even if you’ve never heard of a video blog before, don’t think that this is an isolated phenomenon only known by tech-heads. The video blog has been in existence since the early 2000s, and one trip to YouTube will show you just how thriving the video blogging community really is.

There’s even an annual video blogging award that’s been held since 2006, and a movie is due to be released as a major motion picture in 2011, which will be comprised entirely of video blogs.

Video blogging is an excellent way of getting the information regarding your product, services, or opinions out on the Internet. Just as a traditional blog feed showcases your website as living entity, the video blog does that and also allows your face and movements to be connected with the website that’s promoting your goods.

Video blogging truly allows you to bring yourself and your offerings into the homes and workplaces of the viewer like no other form of information sharing can offer.

What is video blogging? It’s a highly effective way of sharing information through the heightened capabilities of modern technology. Used correctly it can get your name, face, and products out on the world wide web with greater impact and efficiency than any other method of advertising.

Why should you video blog? It’s effective, inexpensive, and most people would say it’s fun!

How To Set Up A Video Blog

So, you’ve been convinced that video blogging is the next wave in information sharing. You’d be correct in this – now, the next step is understanding what you’ll need to get started with a video blog, and how best to get your videos up and running on the world wide web.

1. Buy a Domain Name and Hosting. It is preferable to register a .com domain name over the other extensions, the main reason for this is .com’s are easier to remember.

If you are looking to create a blog about yourself, then register a domain name which includes your own personal name. This will help a lot with your own personal branding.

If you are looking to create a blog in a different niche, you should try and get the most important keywords at the beginning of the domain name.

You are literally spoilt for choice for domain name registration companies.

One of the most popular domain name registrars is Namecheap who charge around $10 to register your domain name for one year.

A professional hosting package is also very inexpensive these days and well-known companies such as Hostgator are able to set you up for a less than $10 per month.

2. Get WordPress. WordPress is free software that creates and manages blogs. You’ll need to download it from the WordPress website and install it to your server – there are instructions on the website concerning how to accomplish this.

3. Get a YouTube WordPress Plugin. It is easy to embed your YouTube videos into your WordPress blog by using one of several plugins freely available to download.

On my blog, I use Viper’s Video Quicktags which enables me to embed videos from YouTube as well as other popular video sharing websites such as Daily Motion, Vimeo, Viddler and other’s.

4. Get Easy Video Player. While using the likes of YouTube is great to get started, there will come a time when you need something a little more robust and professional.

For example, you may want to produce a video that is longer than the 15 minute YouTube limit or you may want to create a “top secret” video that is only available to your customers or subscribers, rather than it being freely available on the Internet.

In these circumstances, you may want to host your videos at Amazon (all of the big players in Internet marketing do) and use Easy Video Player to embed your videos easily into your blog.

NOTE: This outline is dedicated mostly toward setting up video on a blog that visitors can stream or watch while they’re visiting your website. You can also disseminate videos by putting them up on your site to download.

Generally speaking, it’s a good idea to give your viewers the option to stream or download.

Many video bloggers also take advantage of what’s known as RSS feeding, which is where a person interested in following your blog uses “podcatcher” software (iTunes is an example) to detect and download your video blogs to an external device such as an iPod or a computer when you put them up.

There are many ways to video blog, but streaming is the most popular way, so we focus on this here.

As for the physical hardware you’ll need to set up a video blog, the first and most obvious piece of equipment would be a computer – but seeing as you’re reading this information, it’s likely that you already have one.

The second more-or-less obvious hardware requirement would be a camera. Like with most other products out there, there are hundreds of different cameras on the market, all with different specs, pros, and cons.

You don’t need to purchase the most expensive camera on the market to set up an effective video blog, and, in fact, many people are successful with the built-in cameras that come with most modern laptops.

Again, the kind of camera you use to create your blog posts should be dictated more by your budget and personal wants than by any pressing need to have the latest and greatest.

With a camera in hand and a website ready to take your video blogs, you’re ready to start producing.

Read Much More Inside…

  • Types of Video Blogs
  • Creating Irresistible Videos
  • Money From Video Blogging
  • Final Thoughts

The ideas in this report should be enough to get you started incorporating video into your current blogging regime or starting a new video blog from scratch.

Video allows you to create blog content a lot faster than if you simply typed it out and it adds a much more personal and credible touch because your viewers can see your face and hear the passion for the subject in your voice.

To your success!


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