My apologies in advance to everyone for asking a number of obviously 'noob' questions regarding the online video marketing niche; quite frankly, I wouldn't pose these questions if I knew the answers.
Very well, so as not to beat around the bush any more, I would like to get started marketing videos mainly to offline businesses using a few of the popular software suites, like VideoMakerFX, Explaindio, and the like, which I have purchased for this purpose in the past six months.
But, what I don't understand, and I wish those of you who have experience in this field would clarify for me is, will I just be offering the video by itself to, say, a carpet cleaner company, to a roofer, or a lawyer? I mean, once I get a buyer, do I just send them the mp4 and be done with it?
Or, does my responsibility to the customer go beyond that? Am I expected to also embed it for them on their website? If that's the case, won't there be unexpected problems when it comes to asking them to trust me with their FTP details?
If they, either, will not provide me with the login details, or just do not have access to them, does part of my service include uploading it for them to YouTube, and maybe even creating a YT account for them?
One last question, when you, yourselves, make these sales, do you include a local domain with the video, and if so, do you take the trouble to rank the domain first - or, do you only offer the domain and video by themselves, with no SEO or ranking?
As you can see I know almost nothing about this kind of marketing, if you could shed some light on these questions for me, it would be sincerely appreciated. I have become pretty proficient at making my own videos using the aforementioned software suites, and I know that there's a good deal of demand and money making potential in this niche at this moment, but before taking the plunge, I would like to have some sort of structure regarding what it is that I'm supposed to be offering. Thanks for any advice.