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Well i just finished making my video, this is my first attempt on list building.
Here is my method: Make video -> Opt-in to get e-book

Video:
Best Ways To Train Your Dog To Follow Your Commands and more! - YouTube

Please guys review it and let me know if i did any good, also please let me know what my mistakes are

Thank you!
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  • Profile picture of the author jamesfreddyc
    There is a typo on one of slides "teach your og.."

    My first thought is that this has GOT to be a busy niche -- you are competing with entire brands like "The Dog Whisperer" and is on a dedicated cable tv station!

    Now I have no real experience in this niche but if it were me I would make my offer much more specific. Perhaps: "Get your dog to sit and stay". You can always build from that, offer additional products or a comprehensive training product. This might help to differentiate yourself a bit mor. Maybe.

    I like the video format though. Can you share where ir how you made it? Is that from a template?

    Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by 1337Teh View Post

    please let me know what my mistakes are
    Grammar and spelling (you even have "og" instead of "dog", in one place, I think? And the word "all" in the wrong place, in one sentence).

    The domain-name (that's not good!).

    Some people would say that "using video" is in itself a mistake (it might be; it might not be; you can test it - but for sure using video will lose some people - granted it may attract some, too).

    It's a bit "professional-looking". That's not always a good thing, at all, for affiliate marketing (it can be much better to look like an enthusiastic amateur. The one thing you don't want to do is "come across as salesy". The purpose is to establish credibility and trust with pet owners, you know? Isn't having a picture of yourself with your dog likely to be a better way to do that? I don't know the niche, but that would be my guess ...).
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  • Profile picture of the author miklanderson2
    Overall, the video looks clean (too clean, maybe?) and is put together well, but there are a few mistakes. In addition to what everyone else mentioned, there's a slide that says "Text for Image 1." Little mistakes like forgetting to get rid of placeholder text will really get under the skin of perfectionists and you'll lose out on sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author mkusua
    By the way...being too perfect sometimes can be bad...making mistakes can make you look human and can make you more sales.

    Depends on your niche and many other things.

    Best thing is you have gone out and done SOMETHING... That's puts you 50% ahead of others.

    You can now make the corrections necessary.

    So Do another video with the suggestions and test it. (when you are done leave the 2 videos up and test)

    No one can say anything conclusively without a test.

    Well done/
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  • Profile picture of the author 1337Teh
    Thank you everyone for your replies, i noticed the typo's on the video but it took me an hour to render the video so i was too lazy to do it again, i made this video more for testing purposes.

    Also, i will try to be more specific on a niche next time, as the guy above suggested.
    By the way, most of you said my video looks "too professional", how can i make it more realistic then? I really don't like showing up on camera and talking or using pictures of myself, alternatives?

    Thank you everyone, please keep posting!
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by 1337Teh View Post

      most of you said my video looks "too professional", how can i make it more realistic then?
      By turning up on camera (especially wth a dog or two) or using pictures of yourself?

      Originally Posted by 1337Teh View Post

      I really don't like showing up on camera and talking or using pictures of myself, alternatives?
      I don't know - sorry.

      I have reservations about using video for this purpose, and strongly suspect that you may be limiting the size of your market by doing that. Sorry, I know it's not what you want to hear.

      Anyway, you need to test it, in case I'm wrong. That happens at least once a day.

      http://www.warriorforum.com/off-topi...o-content.html

      http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...deo-sells.html
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  • Profile picture of the author JensSteyaert
    It's not a bad video, but you need to grab people's attention immediately, so i would suggest to add some cute dog pictures in the first part of the video.

    I think that will give you better results than all the text slides in the beginning. Start with an awesome funny picture and they will listen to what you have to say.
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