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Online Video Marketing Magic ? How To Turn Articles To Video

If you hire an article ghost writer to write web content for you, you’re getting (let’s say) 10 high-quality articles for 100 bucks.  That’s not a bad deal at all, but if you start thinking about what you can do with that content, it becomes an even better value.  You can turn those articles to video and get even more traffic.


Video marketing is basically huge now.  Sites like YouTube can get you tons of traffic with videos that offer the same valuable information.  It’s another avenue for traffic, and all you have to do is tag and title them the right way.


And, oh yeah, make them.  Let’s get into that first.


Tips On Getting Started Making Videos


Making videos is something that seems really hard until the first time you do it.  You can either do the standard video of yourself talking, or if you’ve got some production skills, you can make a slideshow or something even more interesting.  There’s nothing wrong with just shooting yourself sitting there talking and providing that information to your readers/viewers. 


Your first couple of videos, it’s hard to look calm, relaxed and happy to be on camera.  In fact, you’re more likely to look nervous like a serial killer making their video confession.  It might be a good idea to shoot a few videos for practice to get the hang of it.  The idea is to talk to the computer like you’re talking to a good friend.  For most of us, it takes a little getting used to.


How To Turn Your Articles Into Video


If you’ve already got 10 pieces of good content from your article ghost writer, you’re ready to roll.  If you play your cards right, you’ve got 10 great videos that you can slap up on high traffic video sites as soon as later this afternoon.


Don’t read the articles.  Use them as scripts.  Discuss the key points in each of the articles and go off on a tangent if you feel like it, as long as you still look friendly and knowledgeable, and you’re still giving them good information.  Being humorous and entertaining a little as you educate is also good.


In fact, it’s possible to make one video for each point of each article.  In other words, one article could potentially give you three videos, depending on how info-packed they are and how well you can gab on your chosen subject.  The videos should be at least 2 minutes and no longer than 5 minutes. 


Just like your web content articles, you have to weigh quality and quantity – if you want to get 10 videos out of the content, they can’t all be epic documentaries on your topic.  You also want to make sure that you can keep their attention, so that’s another reason not to go overboard time-wise.


IF you really don’t want to get in front of the camera, you can always pay a more attractive or entertaining friend, but then you’re paying money again; and the whole idea here is to get the most out of the money you spent on articles.


Cut, Print, That’s A Wrap!


When you’re done, make a great keyword-rich title and don’t forget the tags.  These are important because they determine whether your audience will find you online!


Once you’ve got some videos up, start socializing.  Most video sites have social networking tools where you’ve got a profile and you can get friends.  Watch other people’s videos, comment on them and do some networking.  Finally, link it all up with your Facebook, Twitter and whatever else you’re using.


Making videos from your articles is a great way to use the same content twice without creating boring copied content.  Some people prefer digesting their information through text and others prefer video, so this way you get both.  Best of all, you can make that hundred dollars that you paid your article ghost writer go a lot further!


Oh, and by the way, make sure there isn’t anything sticking in your teeth before you start rolling.

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