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Kajabi – All your Internet Marketing Tools Under One Roof

KajabiSince 2010, this Internet Marketing platform has changed the way John Reese, Andy Jenkins, Frank Kern, Trey Smith and Jeff Walker marketed their biggest products. I think it’s going to change the way EVERYONE markets online.

Kajabi is a hosted platform for marketing, selling and delivering information products online. It provides a platform for hosting content, like videos, audios and text documents, which are delivered using some proven templates, such as the video squeeze page and sales page for marketing the content, and a membership community area for delivering the actual product.

Every possible marketing tool is integrated under one roof so you do not have to work with a website builder, file hosting platform, membership site manager and autoresponders separately. Kajabi makes it easy and seamless so that its analytics feature can keep track of all aspects of your campaign performance.

The proof is in the pudding. Try Kajabi FREE for 14 days.

Do you have 28,800 hours every day?

If I can recall correctly, 20 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute. That’s 28,800 hours every day!

So my question is: is video production a hard thing to do?

I’ve heard plenty of excuses like “it is too hard” or “it is too expensive” or “too slow” and more sincere inquiries about file formatting or resolution in relation to file size. And the biggest challenge most marketers have about video has to do with storyboarding: how to craft an effective video that gets your message across.

Both software and hardware resources for video making are getting better and cheaper by the days. Just the other day a local technology review press supplement rated the 3rd-generation Creative Vado HD as an “Editor’s Choice” for:

* simplified elegance
* video and audio quality
* uncomplicated high-definition video shoot
* price
* form factor
* ease of use

On the software side, I came across the Debut Video Capture Software. It’s free and it’s fun and easy to use too. Do a PowerPoint presentation on your PC, capture it, save it into a video and upload it to YouTube.

You know you gotta have video when Frank Kern says his ‘ghetto’ videos are making millions of dollars during product launches, and he’s not lying. Videos are great for getting traffic to your site and proven to convert traffic into sales.

The video marketing part is what separates the real marketers from the leisure video producers. You may not know this but YouTube count as 1 complete video view when the video is loaded and played from start to finish. Most viewers would have already moved on if they can’t find what they want. How are you going to lock their attention and hook them for the close?

Here is where you can learn from Andy Jenkins’ latest coaching program: The Video Boss. You’re talking about someone who has a pro background in video editing and comes straight from Hollywood (he won an Emmy too!) before he co-founded StomperNet with Brad Fallon.

I won’t reveal too much about what’s inside other than to suggest you watch the video (what else?) and discover what’s in it for you, but let’s just say you won’t need very sophisticated tools that will drain your computer’s CPU or disk resources; in fact, some of the tools may have already been installed on your computer. What about SEO? You can’t practically do anything about SEO without text, but Andy will show you how to get ranked on the first page of Google with the most negligible amount of SEO work!

In short, you’re going to get your investment’s worth with 9 weeks of coaching from Andy to make YOU a Video Boss.

Don’t miss your opportunity to learn video from The Best Video Marketer Ever!

The 500 spots will go Fast, so Act Now!