Video Marketing Mastery Series
Profitable Sales Video Types

There are lots of different kinds of videos that can drive sales. This presentation will show you how they work and when to use each of them!

 

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  1. Jaime Espiritu

    Great Video, Steve!

    The action step I’ll be taking is making and installing an orientation video on my website. When people visit a website, potential customers won’t know what to do. Customers will click on anything that looks interesting to them. I’m going to use an orientation video to show the user around by telling them what my links are all about.

    BTW…How long should an orientation video be?
    Keep up the good work.

    My competitors still don’t get it. They still don’t have structured videos like you do.
    It takes video nowadays to market yourself effectively.

    Someday, I’m going to lead my field and they are going to catch up. Watch my taillights as I blaze to profitability!


    • admin

      I love the spirit behind that comment, Jaime. And there’s very little doubt you’ll make it happen!

  2. Steve my friend…another blockbuster piece of work! Of all my video guru friends and colleagues (and there are a lot of them), there is NO ONE I truly enjoy watching as much as you. It is almost frightening how much we think alike…which is why I’m thrilled to have you on the expert faculty of my screencast video site and I look forward to contributing to your effort here!
    😉

    Lon Naylor
    ScreencastStudios.com


    • admin

      Everyone say “hey” to Lon, the most illustrious of the BrainyVideo Artists-In-Residence, and an extremely knowledgeable and good guy!


  3. Lisa

    Hi Steven (and Lon!)

    I don’t know where my post went but I do want to let you know how much I appreciate how genuine and generous you are in your teachings. It is a pleasure and a relief to feel your energy in how gentle, funny, and poignant you are with your message, like a work-of-art, completely aligned, helping me understand how important each aspect is, with all the inflections in your voice. You have really helped me to understand the behind-the-scenes-psychology underlying the structure you laid out. It was such a relief to hear how you present it as such a natural process. I found so many other things helpful and I could probably write a full paper on it, but firstly, the importance of the ‘promise’ and why it needs to be at the beginning, and, lastly, how context and content relate to each other and the importance of that. When I begin to create my videos, I feel confident I can relay my message succintly with what you’ve been sharing today. Thank you so much! I can’t wait for the next one!
    p.s.
    Yesturday, I was referred to a website called, “HeartofBusiness.com” which I really resonated with and see you fully aligned in your own humble way.


    • admin

      Your post is here and very appreciated! Thanks for the kind words. I’ll be excited to see your first video. And remember, it’s OK to keep the training wheels on for the first few pieces. 🙂


      • Lisa

        You make it look so easy! I am sure I will have my training wheels on for a long time! But, I just feel a sense of relief because it is rare to find a mentor who you can feel so much respect for. I just appreciate the way you are able to bridge the big picture with the smallest of details and wrap it in a package of love. Thank you!

  4. Steve, your videos suck me in. Your content is amazing. I have lots of great ideas swirling in my head as to how this will work with my business. You definitely have credibility in my mind! My biggest obstacle is how to get the video edited and off my camera. I have Adobe elements for years and have yet to make a video. I just upgraded to the new version 9 with hopes of being able to use it. Do you have a program that does this part of the process? Thank-you for all the wonderful information you have shared.


    • admin

      Yes, we have something for that editing challenge, and all will be revealed about the actual program pretty soon.
      In the meantime, enjoy the series!

  5. Hi Steven – On Lon Naylor’s recommendation I signed up to view your three part series on Unintimidating Video Marketing, and I’m glad I did. Your content on the first video is very intriguing and makes so much sense to a video marketer. I look forward to watching the rest of the series. Thanks.

    Bob Patenaude

  6. Steve… I picked up a few good tips there… particularly the sales video Landing page… Thank you! Your quote attention is currency made a lot of sense!


  7. Michael Baron

    It looks like Steve has got a really good thing here with this video course.
    I am excited to see the next one.

  8. Steven,

    Okay I’m hooked. You got me…
    My takeaway from this video is “Attention is Currency” – this is pure GOLD!
    I’ve already got two pages of notes and can’t wait to dig in to the next video!
    Prior to receiving the invite for this video series from Lon, I was putting together a rough draft for a video series I’m doing for my current and future clients.
    Well… I now have a clearer direction and will be streamlining my approach in accordance with your teaching and expert advice.
    Also, your Orientation Video is a no-brainer – I’ll be doing this TODAY!

    Thank you!

    Wayne Nelson
    Redmond Reflexology

  9. Steve,

    Your energy is infectious. And I really wished I had watched this before I just launched my first youtube video. Even something as simple as a promise is so simple yet so important yet I overlooked it.


  10. Shirley Washer

    This is very good. I hope I’m doing this the right way.

  11. I gained a few insights from watching your video and am really looking forward to the next one. I guess the one thing I took away from this was the necessity to be actively making lots of video content. For example, if I’m putting info on my about us page that can be done using video, that’s what we’re going to do from now on.

    Video landing pages for lead generation is another area we want to get better at.

    Thanks for this video.


  12. Matthias

    Hi Steve,

    please don’t be offended by my rather critical commentary. I have also something good to say 🙂

    Matthew 6:24
    “No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.”

    Despite the heavy focus on wanting to serve the idol called “mammon” in your first video of your product launch, I did get some good advise from it. I will for example make videos with the structure you outlined, although the pricing of my videos will have nothing to do with paying money for any of my “products”. I will rather ask people to sacrifice everything for the kingdom of heaven. So I will need strong sales videos 🙂

    I would like to suggest to you, that you would shift your focus a bit from making money and start focusing exclusively on the really important issues.

    Matthew 6:19-21
    “Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth, where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal:
    But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal:
    For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.”

    One example of a website which did do that (and also uses a lot of video) is mercola.com. Dr Joseph Mercola started telling the truth about the medical industry. A significant portion of his revenue is spend for legal fees because big companies sue him regularly. But he did make and still makes a huge difference for a lot of people’s lifes. His website is now according to alexa probably one of the biggest trafficked site about natural health (alexa rank < 2,000).

    Are you willing to make a real difference?

    Or do you want to earn money?


    • admin

      I’m not offended at all. There are as many reasons for having a business as there are business owners (hopefully). Mine is to help other business owners make a bigger impact in the world. This is hard to do when you can’t stay in business because the people who need your services can’t find you.

      Further, I believe there is great and even heroic virtue in devising new and better ways to serve mankind with the things they want and need to live better lives.

      Money is often a scorecard used by many in this world. However, the methods, philosophy and themes I work with are just as relevant for selling “FREE” as they are for trading value for value. If you keep watching the series through to the end, I’m going to talk more about why I’m doing it this way.

      By the way, I often recommend the Mercola model to my doctor friends. This is a very tough sell. They often object to “giving it all away”.

      Yes, as any good evangelist knows, selling free is not easy. 🙂


      • Matthias

        Have you ever thought about using the Mercola model yourself? You know giving all your information and courses away for free? Glen Allsopp (viperchill.com) did do that in the marketing niche for quite some time and was quite successful with it. Pat Flynn is another example, if I remember correctly you did show his site in your video?

        It is really easy to do especially in your niche. There are so many good products and services with affiliate programs, so that you really could easily do it.

        I am also sure, that Lon would recommend you even if you would not pay him. When you know your numbers then you could pay your affiliates for example per Lead or Opt-In.

        Anyway, I am looking forward to the next video. May our heavenly Father bless you and your family.

  13. Goodstuff! were do I sign up!


    • admin

      Thanks for asking, Charles. We’re still working behind the scenes a bit, but not too much longer 🙂

  14. I love watching your videos! I always end them feeling like “ya, I can do this!” and I want to get going. In this video, I especially liked watching your persona. This can be a struggle for me yet I know when I get it right because even I enjoy watching my video. You are a great teacher and video inspirer. Off I go to work on my videos!


    • admin

      Way to go, Anne!! I can go a week on “video inspirer.” Thanks!

  15. Hi Steven,
    Great Video, Thanks for sharing.
    There was a lot of good info especially the 10 steps;
    My big take away from the video was TAKE ACTION! does not matter how big or small as long as its action.
    Will post when I have something to share.
    Looking forward to the next one.
    Thanks
    Cheers
    Karim

  16. So, so refreshing to see videos where the ultimate purpose is to market a program AND they provide tremendous, actionable content – yay, Steve! Thank you!

    One small thing: did you know you left out the Gaurantee when you summarized the Ten Steps after describing them? 🙂

    I’m going to be thinking about doing a demo video for my two home-study courses. I think helping people understand how they can use the workbooks and audios I provide could be a fascinating challenge to demo on video, so I’m going to have to chew on this for a bit.

    Thanks again, Steve.


    • admin

      And thank you for pointing out the flub. Ah well. At least we don’t leave it out in the actual course! And what you’re thinking of doing is very, very smart and will serve your clients well.

  17. Thank you for your video

    I finally understood the sales process with your explanations. And even if English is not my language

    You have communication skills. I envy you.

    Thank you again.

    Paul

  18. Hi Steve
    Lon sent me and I already know that video helps my business as a health coach. It’s been a year since I made one and I need to get back at it. You have given me a bunch of good ideas to get started on. I look forward to your next video.

    Natalie Jo Becker
    Take Shape For Life

  19. Thanks Steve,

    Some great bits of information here.

    Currently working on Amazon product videos and I discovered information inside this video that should really make my videos stand out from everyone else!

    Really looking forward to the next vid.

    Thanks again.

    Gary


  20. Jim Esmeier

    I really like the concept of the orientation video also and I also like your style of presentation. I believe you are a model that I would like to follow.

  21. Good grief you’ve got me twittering and posting you on my facebook site. As I watched this, I was considering how I could use video for promoting my new radio show and what my “context” might be. I truly appreciate you. You’re nudging me forward in this video thing.
    I had the idea that the resistance I feel to doing videos might be similar to the resistance that others’ feel to taking the spiritual journey….Thanks Steve.


    • admin

      Thank you, Kathy. And for the mention on FB. Can’t wait to release video 2!

  22. Steve, I love the teaching at around the 14 minute mark about YouTube videos. You teach to leave the call to action screen up for about 30 seconds after the video is complete so that the viewer will do what you want them to do. Otherwise, they are distracted by the links that pop up to several other videos that are not your own! Genius!

    I also appreciate insight around the 22 minute mark into developing the landing page for the video . No distractions allowed!

    Thanks for the blueprint for how to make ANY sales video. It’s like a cheat sheet for success in video marketing. It doesn’t get much easier than that!

    I could write a page or two (or more) of insights that I gathered. I have watched the video 3 times now just trying to take in all that I hear. You are a blessing and I appreciate all the information and teachings that you are sharing with us.


  23. Yvonne Ryan

    Video 1 – Profitable Sales Video Types – certainly delivered what it promised,i.e., various types of videos, how they’re structured, what they’re best used for, and where to put/publish them for best results. Steve’s 10-step outline for structuring sales videos also helped me envision how I could format my own videos to be more effective. Good show, Steve! Looking forward to seeing how this approach affects my conversion rate (turning browsers into clients).

    Thanks, Steve!
    Yvonne

  24. Wow! So much good information!

    I’m definitely inspired to want to put a video on my website. As you have so clearly demonstrated, it’s the best way to make a personal connection with people. I can see how it builds trust when you can see and hear the person you’re thinking about doing business with.

    I really appreciate the outline of the structure. It takes some of the nervousness out of doing something in a new medium.

    I’m looking forward to the next video!

  25. You do good work. Thanks!

  26. I am impressed by your directness and lack of hype. Rich content too. We have been thinking about making videos for our site. We already use youtube videos by others on it and when we present at conferences where we demonstrate how music can contribute to brain fitness and general well being. But we’d like to create a course people could buy and use at home. This seems doable now.

  27. I already commented below. Interested to view the next videos.


  28. Duncan

    This is an excellent video Steven, I gained loads of great insights from it. Top of the pile is the Orientation video, I’m going to make this and split test it with my existing home page. I think I know the result of the test already.

  29. Excellent! The big take-away for me was not leading with the problem. I really resisted that until you explained it in more detail.

    I’m not entirely comfortable with the “tough love” thing though. The “well, you *could* just put up with it, but…” part seems a little manipulative to me. I’d be very interested in hearing tips on wording that in different ways.

    Also: you mentioned 10 steps and 6 types of video, but in my notes, I listed 11 steps and 7 types of video. Was that on purpose, or just an accident of note-taking?


    • admin

      In the course, you get more advice on doing the tough love piece. (hint: watch the sales video for this course when it comes out and you’ll see one such approach). As for the video types and steps, if you got more than I said in your notes, just think of it as a bonus 🙂


  30. Nancy Harden

    O.K. Steve… as a self described tech-know-not the idea of video terrifies me. However, after being on Allison’s webinar call with you, I am beginning to explore venturing into the future. You talked in the call about people who use a particular pen to write with because they like the feel of it. I am a fountain-pen person. So this is a leap.
    This first video is clear, specific, and packed with information. Even my slow-cooker brain can work on what you are putting out. Probably the one thing that will drive me to do this is your final statement about spending more time with my clients and less time selling. As a healthcare provider, I love the one on one time I spend with my clients, and hate the selling time. Maximizing my client location time and helping them find me without so much of my time away from what feeds my soul is very appealing. So here we go… heading into the future with apprehension, and trusting you to guide me as I go!


    • admin

      It’s great to see you take the leap, Nancy, and describe it with such eloquence. Pleased to have you aboard our flight!

  31. Steve,
    Your teaching is so densely packed and layered, it’s hard to know where to start. I think for this first pass, I want to leave it at this:
    ==You helped me reaffirm my goal for 2012 of taking my ezine from 100% print to 50/5 print and video (on the theory that there are still one or two people who like to read!)
    ==I need an orientation video on my website,
    ==I get the need for the promise in the beginning, though how to do is something I’m still working on.
    ==You are a phenomenal exemplar of the most important lesson I’ve learned about marketing — pile value on top of value and GIVE it to the people who need it!
    ==You are exactly as I described you to the people who came to our recent call — my Secret Weapon~!
    Rock ON!
    Allison


    • admin

      Here’s to layers and layers in your marketing, Allison! I like that you put a number on that ezine goal as well.
      More fun and games to come…

  32. Hi Steven,

    I like how you describe the different kinds of video. I was thinking about an “about us” video on my about us webpage. Have you seen two different videos on a home page of a website and the about us page?


  33. Maurice

    Great video Steve!

    I know, I know, I’ve heard it countless times, nothing happens until you take some action… and you know what, I somehow feel you are the guy who’s going to inspire me to get of my butt and start doing it – making full motion video’s that is!

    As a student of Lon Naylor’s I’m slowly making progress producing screen capture video’s but I’ve always felt that they lacked the intimacy that a talking head video could particularly when, like me, you are trying to convince people to buy ‘you’.

    Although there where several, I think my biggest take away from this video was the fact that I’m not the only one who finds it ‘scary’ to stand in front of a video camera, most people are uncomfortable but it’s only by doing more and more of them and following a proven structure can I get better and produce more consistent results by being in front of the camera.

    Looking forward to the release of your training course as I’m sure it’ll be the final push I need to get my act together, but in the meantime I’m looking forward to the remaining video’s in the series.


  34. Shawn

    Hi Steven – All of the videos have been excellent! Like Lon Naylor says “friends don’t let friends make crappy videos”, and you really seem to have a gift for teaching the skill. I want to make training videos that result in changes in behavior. I’m really excited that I can learn to do quality videos in my office. Thanks for everything!


  35. Tim

    Hi Steve,

    I was a call you did the other day with Allison Rapp and while I felt that you made a very compelling argument for why we should be making videos, I felt like it was definitely going to be some time before I could start making them myself. After watching just this first video, I now feel like I could start this week. I can’t wait to get to the next video and ensure that my video performs! The biggest thing that I took from this is that it really is just a question of doing it. It isn’t something that cannot be changed and that there is only one kind of video. I feel so supported by the steps, its like a recipe. I like cookies but there is no way I am baking without instructions. You have allowed me to make cookies! Thank you.

    Tim


  36. Natalia

    Wow, Steve, I learned so much from this video!

    Breaking the information down into specific steps and typologies makes it easy to understand and follow.

    Lots and lots of insights for me. Also, I really liked the smart and simple tip about the last 30 seconds of a YouTube video.

    I feel a bit uncomfortable about the failure story for establishing credibility and about the tough love approach. But obviously they work and I need to try them, even if I’m not entirely convinced that they will work for me.

  37. I’m still trying to learn about Facebook, Linked In, Twitter, Google plus, You Tube, blogging, and how to do what I want with it all (talk about sensory overload!) BUT, this is the most user friendly free video I’ve watched so far. Thank you so much! I’m beginning to get a clearer idea of how it might all make sense for me. My next video will be a new orientation video on my website (I have already ditched the old one as not useful!) Forging ahead at age 60!!


    • admin

      Age 60? You’re just a baby baby boomer! 🙂

  38. We are re-doing our website right now and having a very hard time putting in words what differentiates our company from others. There are tangible differences, that after seeing this series, I feeling that video on the home page would be a much better way to get these points across. I never considered video, but I am excited about the possibilities! We are not a service company and do not sell product over the internet, that is one of our differentiators (personal service, touch and feel the product) I hope that video will work for our business model.


    • admin

      Actually, Dennis, demonstrations of physical products can be more effective than testimonials. And with personal service being a real point of difference, there may be no better way to show this than with video. And this is where actual testimonials can shine!

  39. Hey Steve,

    So much to digest and I’m not even knew to the video marketing “game”.

    Thanks for all the insights, looking forward to see what’s the nitty gritty of your video creation backend!

    Sergio

    PS. The 30 secs of “nothing” got me laughing but that’s better than just going and goof around like I did on my previous videos. 😉

  40. I love the idea that videos give you the time to interact with you clients. This is the part of my business that I really love and putting videos in that context makes them seem much friendlier to me. Also loved the structure as it is practical and doable.


  41. paul

    Hi Steve,

    Thanks for the video series. fascinating insight into the the sales format but also the types of video.

    Liked the orientation video, not seen any one do one but will look out for it now and see how I can include that in my future work. Also liked the trailer concept and interested to see where that goes!

    thanks for putting together this course and would love to enter you competition for the camera and free course!

    cheers

    Paul

    • Sure, Paul, you can enter the contest. Just “like” BrainyVideo on Facebook and you’ll be all entered.

  42. Steve,

    This was a great introductory video to the series. I love your authenticity and enthusiasm! As I am an energing coach for caregivers, your steps to making effective videos for coaches was really informative. When I get the confidence to overcome my fear of the tech side of video and putting myself on camera, I look forward to following your blueprint of clear steps.

    Thank you!

  43. Very insightful, Steve. I have been seeing a ton of stuff on Video everywhere. I actually learned about this 3 video series from Lon Naylor. I just recently bought Camtasia 7, and was learning that –slowly , I might add. Then I purchased ‘Learn Camtasia’ from Lon, even though I really couldn’t afford it.
    But what I really enjoyed about this first video from you, is that, you come at the whole video producing thing, in ways that make sense. By that I mean you break it down into the emotions and psychologies, of what people actually want and need. That can only come from already doing many videos, and getting people’s responses afterwards. Experience! You add another great perspective to the mix.
    Thanks so much–Looking forward to videos 2 and 3! Michael

    • You’ve nailed it, Michael! This is why Lon and I share teachings, so I’m really glad it works for you!


  44. Jaime Miller

    Thanks so much for making this available to us for free. You have such a nice personality. 🙂 Very calming. You’re giving me some great ideas about the importance of transitioning most of my marketing to video, and how I should be including it in many many more places. 😀

  45. Steve – This really helped me sort out my content overload! Looking forward to getting some video recorded.

  46. I found from watching your video here that I really like your calm demeanor. You are not acting over enthused about this information, simply sharing your knowledge that you with confidence know it is great value to those who take notes and take action. I also noticed as I continued working while listening to your voice that I didn’t want to stray too long from your video as the random bits of text were at times complimenting what you were talking about… sometimes it was emphasizing what you were saying as you were saying it. But I like it when I see someone teaching something to us and giving us bullet points that are not verbatim of what they are speaking of. Like you put in a stat of 90% video usage by 2012 in the beginning of the video.. or something like that.

    Great Stuff Steve! I will be sure to watch the next one 🙂

  47. Steve,

    Great video. You’ve really simplified the topic of online marketing videos. I’m inspired to update the videos I’m using. Thanks for sharing this…

    Best,

    Steve Gordon

  48. I first studied radio and TV production at the U of Michigan in 1967. I hired a producer for $10,000 in 1988 to shoot and edit knitting instructional videos for me. He tried to discourage me from spending the money but they turned out to be very popular and were sold in the UK, USA and Canada. All this to say . . . I’ve lived on this block a long time, but I’m thrilled with this new information from you.

    Thank you for your clear, simplified explanations. I know from experience that distilling information into its essence takes a very long time and few people do it. It reminds me of Abraham Lincoln’s comment; “I’m sorry I wrote such a long letter. I did not have the time to write a short one.” Thank you for taking the time to perform “a short one.”


    • admin

      Well shut my mouth and call me Harriet! Thank you for the kind words…

  49. I can’t find you on FB so that I can “like” you.


    • admin

      It’s BrainyVideo by Steven Washer. Thanks!

  50. I love the way you separate the different types of videos and their purposes. Excellent material!

  51. Third time watching these videos now and I’m now using your format on everything. THe big ah ha here was opening with The Promise which sets the context changes the channel for them and prepares them for the message. Thanks Steve.

  52. Thank you so much for the in-depth tips on the first of your three videos. Clear, organized and helpful, I took a lot of notes that are going to certainly help me in my next videos.

    I was especially enrolled with the audio/visual presentation itself. Love the white background, nothing to distract; the story examples and your way of speaking, directly at us, hand motions and all for emphasis.

    I’m looking forward to the next two.

    Most appreciatively,
    Sheila Finkelstein

  53. Steve, you make it look easy! Your warm personal style is enrolling. I get that you know what you are talking about and that you care that I learn it. Excellent job of integrating your services in line with Brain Audit principles.

    I am encouraged to practice what you shared here and am looking forward the rest of your training series.

    • And I have to say “The Joy of Learning Guy” is such a great name! It even sounds like you love what you do!

  54. While I have yet to make any videos, I feel you are right in that we are Missing that Heart to Heart connection we get when we See a person Face to Face. It is “almost” like meeting in person. We connect, we trust more, we stop and pay attention as if having a conversation in person. Video takes us out of our minds and moves us more into our hearts in a way mere words and audio do not do. If a picture is worth a thousand words then a video must be worth a million perhaps! Words and audio are so limited in comparison to what we can share, demonstrate, give, present, entertain, train and just BE ourselves with! I compare it to meeting someone at a party and getting their business card so you can call them. They already have your attention. Quite different than just getting their business card from a holder on a counter or given to you by a friend. That Face to Face makes ALL the Difference. I guess I will have to take action and get over my fear of being “see” on camera!! Thanks so much! Morgine

  55. This is a great series for helping me understand more about creating videos – I really loved the idea of adding in Your Story keeping in mind the ‘Hero’s Journey’ idea. Pure guava. Thanks for sharing this great information.

  56. Excellent 10-step process Steven! Having a system in place simplifies the process especially when you can apply this to every video you complete. The perfect template to have at your fingertips – or hanging on the wall easily accessible until you get the hang of it. Can’t wait to start my first video and work through the process! Thanks MUCHO!

  57. Hi Steve,

    Thanks for the great video and information. My biggest takeway is the insight that video slows down the interaction and allows my personality to come through (hopefully the ‘teacher’-practitioner side, not ‘crazy eddie-buy-this-now’!!) I’m going to re-make all my site’s pages into videos, starting with an ‘orientation/intro’ video for my home page.

    FYI (if you’re thinking about the course) — I’ve seen how attentive and knowledgeable Steve is on a members forum we both participate in. He always has thorough, informed posts to people’s video questions and is a real leader in his field. I can only imagine he’s even better on his own course.

    Cheers, Andrew

  58. Hello!
    I get the one thing that you are offering, and it sort of was slipped in and could have passed me bye but for really listening to you.
    Real time. People have to deal with time as it unfolds; but the social tools are compressions of time and get us to click, view, comment, or pass in mere seconds.
    I’m new to online, one year and no more. But, I’m seeing that video is probably the only way to slow people down, and save on repeating the content live each time.
    As important as articles have been to marketing in the past, I see video as the ultimate content.
    Thanks for explaining Why video is important, now I will probably decide to pay you to learn How! to use it for myself, i.e,; all the techniques, and so on that support this system.
    Billy


    • admin

      You may have only been online for a year, but you’ve picked up a pretty important concept that many with more experience miss.
      Run with it and you won’t be sorry!

  59. Steven
    I pleased to have found you and brainyvideo.com. You are clear, enthusiastic and a joy to learn from. I look forward to your tips and advice. Your sincere approach is honest and infectious. Every artist needs some mentors to keep them encouraged. You’ve been added to my list.

    I will be following Jaime Espiritu’s idea of installing an orientation video on my website. Great idea.


  60. laura Frisbie

    WHERE is the presentation?


  61. admin

    I see the videos, Laura, so maybe just clear your cache and cookies and try again or try with a different browser.