Television. is going online. Within the lat year Internet TV has grasped the attention of the largest media companies in the world. Disney has gone into a relationship with Brightcove and the BBC has partnered with YouTube. This is only the beginning-what you see today is the tip of an iceberg that will keep on expanding for years to come.
One can become famous, as the promo for Cisco’s “Human Network” campaign says. You can be a producer these days, and that is only half of it-one can be a broadcaster of video content on the web. Video dissemination sites like YouTube have made a sort of creative frenzy in the video world, and honestly, there is an enormous quantity of junk on the internet. But don’t let that discourage you away from the medium. Emerging technologies and new business models make it quite easy for companies and people to market and launch video products on the Internet today.
Even supposing that you have experience with video production in traditional formats like video cassettes, CDs, and DVDs, you may not be fully aware of how allt he new tools on hand on the Internet can guide your business to a completely different level. Here are some words of advice on how to get started:
* Do not quit your day job-you don’t have to in order to test products on a web site. Most of the fastest growing sites on the Internet today were started by people who had full-time jobs. They went into the market progressively by trying out sales of new products and services on the Web. When they were convinced that a niche market was able to sustain them, they jumped into the Internet business full time. Your numbers will tell you when you can quit your day job.
* One of the best ways to build up a niche market is by selling video products Online. Look at all the types of videos that other people are selling. Which ones would you buy? Which ones would add something of value to your life? Take a look around. Then when you find something you like, go ahead and buy it. If you have never purchased a video download on the Internet, you’ll be surprised by how simple it is. This is important development for you as a future marketer of online video products.
* The program you just purchased may be the greatest investment you ever make. Watch it from the point of view of a customer. Did you get back your money’s worth? Would you buy another video from the same site? If you are not completely satisfied, can you get a refund? Then watch the video from the point of view of a creator of video products. Why does this video work? How does it help connect to my experience? And if the video doesn’t do it’s job, why doesn’t it work? Why does it not it connect to me as a customer?
As you provide answers to these questions, you will start to find concepts that can be used into your own video services for sale on the Internet. When you’re ready, all you will need is a webcam, a computer, and a connection to the Internet.
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