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How To Make More Money Online - Simple Video Creation Tools


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How To Make More Money Online - Simple Video Creation Tools
Eyeballs are getting harder and harder to grab, especially on Facebook, where the auto-play feature has completely changed the landscape of the platform, both on desktop and mobile.
Right now, video is the most engaging Facebook format.
Uploading 60-90 second, funny, evergreen videos with captions and short text introductions is one of the most successful tactics to slow down scrolling on the app.
A good video usually stops consumers for about 23 seconds – enough to grab their attention, at least.
Video is also preferred on mobile Twitter.
It’s clear potential customers want to watch online videos.
But how do we create them?
Here are 3 dozen easy ways:
This Sneaky Trick Yields YouTube Views ...
This really is pretty sneaky, and no one would blame you if you don’t want to do it.
That said, you should know that a LOT of people do this, and it does work to get more comments and more views.
Any guess as to what it is??
It’s mispronouncing one or more words in your video, or making some other mistake that causes people to comment about your error.
All these comments about the mistake make YouTube think the video is popular, so it gets pushed higher in the recommendations.
This causes more views and thus more comments about the mistake, which cycles back to more views and so forth.
Some musicians even started mispronouncing words inside their songs just to get comments, while others do it so the song is more memorable and sticks in the viewer’s head longer.
Since mispronouncing works, you could also try misspelling if you have words on the screen.
And you could even make it your ‘thing’ to purposely mispronounce certain words. 

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Alun's Been Thinking
  • The question mark (?) looks like a finger scratching a head
  • Your car keys actually travel further than your car does
  • “If you die in the game you die in real life” is a common trope in sci-fi stories with killer video games but it applies equally well to hopscotch
  • If Bill Gates got embroiled in a scandal, we’d nickname it Billgate
  • If you draw your right hand using your right hand,  then your right hand is drawing a self portrait of itself
  • Thanks to Amazon, we will have significantly less people named Alexa in the future generations
  • Or will we?
Tomorrow In The Newsletter ...
I’ll be publishing a major, lengthy, article on the various ways of making money with affiliate marketing.
And Content Samurai, above, will REALLY help you!

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