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Making Killer Videos for Your Website

by Stephanie Suesan Smith on September 5, 2011

There are more websites than ever out there and it is harder and harder to capture and hold the attention of content consumers. Experts in SEO suggest using videos to increase readership. Videos not only entertain and educate, they increase the amount of time a visitor spends on your site. Many people do not use videos because 1)they do not know how to make their own, and 2)they are afraid it will cost too much to hire someone to make one. I can help with that.

My new Popcorn Book™, How to turn still photographs into a killer video for your website, will walk you step by step through using Windows Movie Maker to make a video.  You will start with still photographs and end up with a cool book trailer, product demonstration, or other video.  You can see some of my videos on my YouTube channel.  For only $0.99, you can’t beat the price.

I hope you enjoy my new pamphlet.  What other topics would you like me to cover in my Popcorn Books?  After all, Popcorn Books:  Bite Sized Guides to the Universe™ are so good you can’t read just one.

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Laurie from Down Or Just Me September 9, 2011 at 5:06 pm

Oooh, I’d definitely be interested in this book, because I’ve seen your videos from still shots and I’ve always wondered how you do them! Thanks for sharing, I’ll definitely be looking into this asap. 🙂

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Lizzy from Chinese Auto Lease September 16, 2011 at 2:11 pm

This sounds awesome… Too bad I’m on a Mac, though! 🙁 Do you think the basic principles could still help me?

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Kristine from ubud villas October 1, 2012 at 9:55 pm

Hi Stephanie, thanks for coming up with this resource. Because of my inquisitive and visual nature, I enjoy watching videos over reading lengthy and wordy posts. I often find myself checking out videos on youtube and other video streaming sites. But surprisingly, I’ve always been apprehensive about doing the same for my blog because I simply don’t know how to come up with engaging material that my readers would actually benefit from.

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