There was a recent discussion thread I participated in on a marketing forum regarding the tools people use to create videos. There are quite a few products being released lately targeting video, and the original poster wanted to know how people were getting the job done. I thought I would share my contribution to the conversation. Continue reading “Video Production Tools and Samples”
I discovered a very cool web-based tool for creating motion graphics called Flixpress. The video above was made in about 10 minutes using a free template available on the website. The process could not be any easier.
After creating a free user account, I searched their collection of free templates (there are currently nine to choose from) and selected the one I liked. Next, I filled out a short form with spaces to enter the text I wanted for each slide in the presentation. Then, I hit the render button.
I have After Effects and subscriptions to VideoBlocks and Pond5 (they have a really nice public domain collection with video, audio, and stills that is free to access) to get professional quality templates. But, this service is so fast and easy to use, I would recommend it to anyone who doesn’t want to invest in new software and the time required to learn how to use it. They have hundreds of additional template options available for reasonable prices (much cheaper than hiring someone like me to customize a template for you.)
If you have 5 minutes to kill, visit Flixpress right now and create a free motion graphic just for fun!
Have you fallen in love with video-based sales pages? They are very persuasive and the videos can be fun to create. But, getting everything together to publish can be tedious and repetitive. Add a few features like delayed order button reveals and modal pop-up legal pages and the process can get downright overwhelming.
I am a WordPress fan. Over the years I have built dozens of sites using it and made thousands of dollars helping others do the same. But…
…this webpage has got me thinking that WordPress might be a big mistake for online business! Continue reading “WordPress Is Destroying Your Business”
Learn how to create alternate landing pages for your affiliates to promote using the e-Junkie shopping cart. This video tutorial shows the process step-by-step and a free downloadable PDF version and script generator software are included.
The E-Junkie ecommerce shopping cart is an excellent shopping cart solution with a build in affiliate program. I currently use it to automate the sales and fulfillment of nearly all of my digital products (and it works well for selling physical goods too.) I even wrote an e-book called Selling Digital Goods with e-Junkie to show help ecommerce newbies get up and running fast. Continue reading “e-Junkie Tutorial: Alternate Affiliate Landing Pages”
WordPress has become one of the most popular platforms for creating and managing websites. But, it wasn’t designed for business and getting a simple salesletter template integrated into your site can be a real pain. Continue reading “Sales Page Templates for WordPress Blogs”
So much of the work of involved in selling products online is tedious and repetitive. Creating sales pages is one of those tasks.
You need a separate salespage for every product you promote – but after creating a product, writing the sales copy, and setting up shopping carts, who wants to sit in front of a web design program and try remembering all the style sheet commands and HTML codes you need to produce a decent page? A really nice looking page requires you create graphics too.
Continue reading “Free Sales Page Website Template”