Will There Be Anybody Interested On Articles Turned Into HD Quality Animated Videos With PLR?

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Hi!

I've been a member of WF for quite some time now but I lost steam doing IM late of 2012. Now, I'm trying to go back slowly from where I left off.

I still have this day job of mine (just celebrated my 21st year last Apr 5) but I just can't deny the fact that I do love blogging/IM. In fact, in our recent Leaders' Summit last Feb, my team of 10 executives won the best idea contest. My role was to transform the simple Powerpoint presentation into something refreshing and engaging.

I used Powtoon and beat the deadline in 3 days.

I'm wondering if I can use that newly-acquired skill to make high quality videos out of freshly written or good old articles about IM (or any niche). Since I already invested in the SW, I'm actually looking for some sort of ROI. Maybe if I can bundle 10 great 2-3min videos and offer it as WSO, I can at least earn decently to reinvest for the software.

Here are some examples of my works (sorry I can't share the company video due to some confidentiality).


Badly need your thoughts.

Thanks!


Jojo
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  • Profile picture of the author smedia11
    You'd probably be able to do pretty well on Fiverr. You'd need to be creative with pricing using your "extras"
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    • Profile picture of the author talfighel
      I do think that there is a market for what you have to offer. You just have to set good prices and also show some of your work to people who will be interested in your offer.

      Originally Posted by smedia11 View Post

      You'd probably be able to do pretty well on Fiverr. You'd need to be creative with pricing using your "extras"
      That's a good place to start.
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      • Profile picture of the author The Niche Man
        You're a good example of taking what you have and making money with it. No need
        to buy more stuff.

        Just lay your game plan out, advertise on Fivver then go and grow from there. Don't make it complicated, that'll be your biggest temptation when the sales start rooing in. Good luck.
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        • Profile picture of the author popmarco
          Thanks as well The Niche Man for those encouraging thoughts.
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        • Profile picture of the author popmarco
          Originally Posted by popmarco View Post

          I do think that there is a market for what you have to offer. You just have to set good prices and also show some of your work to people who will be interested in your offer.
          You mean it also applies here and that I just have to set good prices for all warriors?

          Thanks a lot!
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    • Profile picture of the author popmarco
      Originally Posted by smedia11 View Post

      You'd probably be able to do pretty well on Fiverr. You'd need to be creative with pricing using your "extras"
      Thanks! I do have a Fiverr account but I have yet to show my Powtoon stuffs. I've got only Videoscribing and VO in there.
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  • Profile picture of the author onSubie
    Your idea of selling video plr packs is a good one.

    The problem with fiverr, is you are in service delivery rather than product creation.

    I think it may be more lucrative and easier to follow your idea of niche video packs. Do the work once and then sell the videos over and over.

    The stuff you showed above is far better than most plr video. Most are slapped together slide shows with a robot voice. You have to hunt to find good ones.

    Selling as a WSO is a good idea because a product like that could attract a lot of affiliates. Look around the WSO forum to see what kind of PLR videos are being sold.

    And Google for plr videos and see what is out there and how they are sold.

    Build a list and you will get a lot of repeat customers. People always need niche videos for content and products.

    You don't seem to need to get practice and want to enter slowly; and you don't seem desperate for cash so I don't see much value in using fiverr to cut your teeth. But as you've sold other services there you would know better. But also may already have cut your teeth
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    • Profile picture of the author popmarco
      Originally Posted by onSubie View Post

      Your idea of selling video plr packs is a good one.

      The problem with fiverr, is you are in service delivery rather than product creation.

      I think it may be more lucrative and easier to follow your idea of niche video packs. Do the work once and then sell the videos over and over.

      Thanks a lot onSubie! I would really agree on the problem with Fiverr. Time is also critical since customers couldn't seem to wait. With the day job that I have though, I'd rather say no to them rather than be rated low or worse if "cursed".

      Thus, I'd like to do something within the luxury of my time and when things are done well, I could collaborate with Copywriters, graphics artists for the sales pages or VO specialists if mine won't seem fit in the products. I could then sell over and over for an effort done once.

      Thanks again!
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  • Profile picture of the author Skystar
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    Hi Jojo - your sample videos are a good start, but this type of quality is where the major bucks are:


    http://goo.gl/mUVw6R

    Perfecting your animation / motion graphic skills is a great place to be at this time. Latest figures state that 79% of all advertising will include video in one form or another by 2017.

    BTW Videoscribe is a good choice.

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  • Profile picture of the author popmarco
    Thanks Skystar!

    Honestly speaking though, I can't do that kind of animation. I think it really requires some schooling for real animation. I'm interested to learn though.

    Yep, I'm trying to perfect both Powtoon and Videoscribe for now to turn articles into videos. I've just written an article today entitled "Online Business Versus Sole Proprietorship: Who Wins?" and hopefully I can complete its animation in a week's time. Maybe I can again show it here.

    Thanks!
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