Traffic Geyser vs Quick Video Marketing

by Rainer
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Is anyone familiar with both Traffic Geyser and Quick Video Marketing as far as what they actually do?

I know that TG is a monthly subscription and QVM is a one-time purchase. I get the impression that QVM is just a less expensive, mini-version of TG.

QVM actually promotes TG on his site.

Rainer
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  • Profile picture of the author Rainer
    Originally Posted by Nick H View Post

    I think QVM is more of an overall action plan, which includes a service like Traffic Geyser as part of that plan.

    I have used Traffic Geyser. Works great, but a little steep at $97 a month Gold. I may sign back up in the future.

    The training area is awesome, though. Very well done.
    Yeah, Mike's stuff does have the ring of quality to it but the $97/month has always held me back. (I've looked at MORE than once.) I'm sure if you're making some bucks the monthly sting is not too bad.

    The free 30-day trial may be good if I have enough of my ducks lined up & ready to go.

    Rainer
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  • Profile picture of the author Loren Woirhaye
    You really need to be prepared to bang-out a lot of
    video content to get your money's worth out of Traffic
    Geyser - I've used it and I just wasn't producing enough
    video content to feel like it was worth it.

    It really depends on factors most people don't think about -
    like if you have the additional hardware and software to
    render and compress a lot of video effectively on your end,
    because these things take up a lot of resources it's a good
    idea to have one or more additional computers to handle
    the jobs if you put out a lot of video.
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  • Profile picture of the author legitimatemoney
    So what is the general feeling on TrafficGeyser? Worth the money?
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    • Profile picture of the author wbnetwork
      I use it and it works pretty well. It depends on how much video marketing you plan on doing. You really need to do at least one video a day and use the Geyser to get it out. Keyword research is the most important thing in Geyser.
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      • Profile picture of the author Cackle
        not for people who only put out videos once in a while - a bit overpriced regardless.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheCren
    You guys do realize that Traffic Geyser also has a $47/month plan right? Traffic Geyser Plans It's better than not using it IMHO.

    So sign up again! Traffic Geyser

    And don't forget, you can always just resort to several $1 trial plans in a row using different emails to sign up for Traffic Geyser - same login profiles will do just fine. But you didn't hear it from me!
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    • Profile picture of the author Rainer
      Originally Posted by TheCren View Post

      You guys do realize that Traffic Geyser also has a $47/month plan right? Traffic Geyser Plans It's better than not using it IMHO.

      So sign up again! Traffic Geyser

      And don't forget, you can always just resort to several $1 trial plans in a row using different emails to sign up for Traffic Geyser - same login profiles will do just fine. But you didn't hear it from me!
      Mums the word!

      Rainer
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    • Profile picture of the author magentawave
      Originally Posted by TheCren View Post

      You guys do realize that Traffic Geyser also has a $47/month plan right? Traffic Geyser Plans It's better than not using it IMHO.

      So sign up again! Traffic Geyser

      And don't forget, you can always just resort to several $1 trial plans in a row using different emails to sign up for Traffic Geyser - same login profiles will do just fine. But you didn't hear it from me!
      Yeah but if you do use Traffic Geysers 30 day trial for a $1.00 and then bail. And then open another trial account with another email address, I'm assuming you would have to input all your login information (username, password, personal info, address, etc., etc.) for all the different accounts you have set up with all the video sharing accounts like Youtube, Viddler, etc., etc. to Traffic Geysers system all over again. Right? If that is true then that is way waaaaay too much work for me!

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  • Profile picture of the author James Liberty
    I've heard several Warriors mention Tube Mogul in the past. You may want to give that one a look as well.
    TubeMogul.com | In-Depth Tracking, Analytics for Online Video | Web Video Syndication
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  • Profile picture of the author Bill Guthrie
    The two are not in competition with each other. QVM is a system of how to make money online through video marketing. Traffic Geyser is a video syndication system.

    Jeff Schwerdt of QVM encourages his students to use a vid synd system like Traffic Geyser.

    I interviewed Jeff a couple of nights ago and he went into detail. Maybe listening would be helpful, especially if you're considering buying something.

    If you want to hear the interview, see my signature below.

    All best,
    Bill

    Originally Posted by Rainer View Post

    Is anyone familiar with both Traffic Geyser and Quick Video Marketing as far as what they actually do?

    I know that TG is a monthly subscription and QVM is a one-time purchase. I get the impression that QVM is just a less expensive, mini-version of TG.

    QVM actually promotes TG on his site.

    Rainer
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  • Profile picture of the author jdunn
    I use heyspread.com You buy credits and it does a nice job of distributing your videos to about 20 of the major video sites. I found it to be the best deal it you only occasionally do video marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheAngelGuy
    Apparently there's an issue with possible YouTube accounts getting banned and one well-known marketer (Robert Plank (.com)) is attributing it to TG n the way of YT noticing all of the IP traffic and is considering it spamming.

    Just a thought to consider.

    Don't shoot the messenger.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jason Moffatt
      Originally Posted by TheAngelGuy View Post

      Apparently there's an issue with possible YouTube accounts getting banned and one well-known marketer (Robert Plank (.com)) is attributing it to TG n the way of YT noticing all of the IP traffic and is considering it spamming.

      Just a thought to consider.

      Don't shoot the messenger.
      I saw Robert mention this as well. Whether or not it's true I have no idea. But here is what I've always done.

      We all know Youtube is king! Top dog! Big pimpen! Right?

      Of course we do.

      So, I use Traffic Geyser to submit to all the other sites but I always leave out Youtube for the submissions. Since Youtube is king, I enter that video and details manually to make sure I'm ultra safe.

      Again, I have no idea whether or not YouTube or Google penalizes Traffic Geyser users. I tend to doubt it. However, just to stay safe, it's simple to just omit Youtube from the Traffic Geyser submissions and deal with that one manually since it's so important.
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      • Profile picture of the author djenyns
        Originally Posted by Nick H View Post

        That is one really killer tip. Don't play around with Youtube. Do it manually to stay safe.

        Thanks Jason!
        Definitely agree with Nick here. Youtube is somewhere near the 2nd biggest search engine online so you should take your time marketing there.

        As for the others go crazy with TG if you have a lot of vids to submit
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        • Profile picture of the author Cackle
          youtube is the biggest, but it's not the only game in town. and I'm noticing a lot of other video sites bring more traffic than youtube has in a long time to my sites.
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          • Profile picture of the author magentawave
            Originally Posted by Cackle View Post

            youtube is the biggest, but it's not the only game in town. and I'm noticing a lot of other video sites bring more traffic than youtube has in a long time to my sites.
            Cool, and would you care to share with us what sites those are?

            Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author revpl2
    Does anyone in this thread happen to practice remote viewing by any chance? Don't be shy.
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  • Profile picture of the author aclacy
    QVM is an education course. I believe Jason Moffat's video course is A1 for education.
    TG is a bit steep for a monthly. I pulled out & do manually.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheCren
    Always nice to have Jason Moffatt grace us with his knowledge and opinions.

    PS - aclacy, did you not read my previous post. @ $47 a month it's almost a steal.
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  • Profile picture of the author barefootsusan
    What about Ross Goldberg's product that is about $300 and submits to video, article, social sites? I use TG and agree that the $97 a month is pretty steep, but I just submitted a support ticket to downgrade.

    I would like to know about the Push Button program, though. Right now it's at $27 per month.
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