Make How To Videos

When I got stuck recently, trying to remove the bracelet on a watch, I went on to YouTube and quickly found several videos demonstrating how to do it. Some were awful, but the best was pretty good and had attracted several thousand views. Now this was a fairly obscure thing to be looking for, and yet several thousand people had done the same thing – and all those people would have something in common – they owned the same watch.

That’s the nature of online instructional videos – they attract audiences who share a problem, possessions or an enthusiasm. In other words, they’re a ready made audience for what you or someone else has to sell.

If you have a skill or expertise (and as I’ve just shown that can be as mundane as knowing how to remove a bracelet from a watch) you could build an audience and make money providing online instruction. You don’t need any expensive equipment – the most basic of video cameras is more than capable of doing the job.

This is one of those opportunities you can have a go at in your spare time, and it will cost you nothing to do. Why not film your own ‘how to’ video, and see how many people go to see it? If nothing else, it will provide valuable market research.

Quote Of The Day

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”

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Mark Twain

Alternative Quote Of The Day

“British scientists have demonstrated that cigarettes can harm your children. Fair enough. Use an ashtray.”

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Jimmy Carr

Make-A-Movie Parties

If you have young children, you’ll know that they’re always on the look-out for the next cool party venue or theme. This one that we found in the United States, seems to fit the bill perfectly, and we haven’t seen anything like it here in the UK.

Make-A-Movie Birthday Parties is a self-explanatory concept. The company arrive at the party with a pre-written script, costumes and camera equipment. Roles are allocated, the film is shot and then edited over the next week or so when it is delivered to the person holding the party. Revenue comes from both the booking fee and sales of the movie to party guests.

This seems like something you could copy anywhere. I’d imagine it would be incredibly popular. Equipment is cheap these days and the editing technology is at the hands of anyone with a PC. If you fancy yourself as the next Speilberg, but the lack the budget, this could be something for you.

Today’s National Day

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from the desk of jh

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