Do you have a PLR book or set of PLR articles that you don’t know what to do with?
If you are so inclined, you can turn that material into a video which you can use to:
-offer as a companion to the PLR book and increase its perceived value
-sell in the backend after customers purchase (or get for free) the book version
-drive traffic to your sites
-give away to build your list
-sell as a lead generation product
-sell as a high priced product if it’s good enough quality to do so
-offer as a bonus to an affiliate product you’re promoting
If you don’t want to do the work of creating a video, simply head on over to Fiverr.com or other outsourcing sites to outsource this work.
If you plan on doing this yourself and are new to creating videos, here are some tools I use or are recommended by my colleagues…
Software for creating your videos:
-Camtasia (which I use)
-Adobe Premiere Elements (recommended by a colleague)
-Windows Movie Maker (this is free and is already on most PC’s but quality is not as good as paid software products)
-Audacity (free audio editor and recorder)
You can buy microphones for cheap from your local stores but one I highly recommend is the Samson microphone. (If you can’t find it locally, search for it on eBay)
If you prefer to hire a professional voiceover artist, here are some sites where you can find some…
-voiceoverwebsites.com (voiceovers by former weather forecaster, Todd Gross)
Of course, you can just have a silent video with a slideshow or captions.
If creating a video seems intimidating to you, just remember that the first time is usually the hardest. Afterwards, creating videos becomes easy.