how many videos should I create?

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I have recently started in video marketing .My plan is to make a video for one of my niches and then spin each 100 times .
However , how many original videos should I make per niche per day and for how long.Just thinking it may be hard to keep producing videos on the same subject after a while.Also , how many niches should i be aiming to focus on at one time.Would 3 niches be realistic and say i produce 3 videos per niche per day and spin each 100 times.Is this realistic.Also, when should I move onto the next niche?Can someone that is an experienced video marketer reply to this thread ...would be very grateful for any advice.
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  • Profile picture of the author reddiep
    Hmm, why not just put the time in and test this out for yourself. Data never lies.
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  • Profile picture of the author connie37
    Thanks , will just keep experimenting.
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  • Profile picture of the author Barry Unruh
    Originally Posted by connie37 View Post

    I have recently started in video marketing .My plan is to make a video for one of my niches and then spin each 100 times .
    However , how many original videos should I make per niche per day and for how long.Just thinking it may be hard to keep producing videos on the same subject after a while.Also , how many niches should i be aiming to focus on at one time.Would 3 niches be realistic and say i produce 3 videos per niche per day and spin each 100 times.Is this realistic.Also, when should I move onto the next niche?Can someone that is an experienced video marketer reply to this thread ...would be very grateful for any advice.
    I have no idea what your goal is, but I'd recommend you hunt down posts by Kenster in the CPA area of the forum. He has talked several times of using an online tool, the name escapes me at the moment, to create a ton of videos he used early in his CPA efforts.

    His thoughts on the subject are probably right on track for what you are discussing.

    Honestly, my first thought was: YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING!..
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  • Profile picture of the author cooler1
    The tool is Animoto. Although to upload your video's, you need to pay a subscription fee which is $30/year or $5/month.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andyhenry
    This sounds like video SPAM....

    I think if you're just blasting out effectively the same video 100 times - you're going to end up needing to change your model - once the places you spam with them realise you're not adding any value and just regurgitating an existing video.
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    nothing to see here.

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  • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
    I've seen many users getting hammered after using similar technique, just a headsup.
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  • Profile picture of the author wendymay1
    I would recommend that you keep rolling out video after video until you have run out of ideas on the particular niche. Make sure you link each video from 1 to the next. Each video can be as long as you like with different quality content being the number 1 key as people will keep watching the videos until the end desired result is complete.

    There is no limit to creating videos for any one niche. But then again you do not want videos that are boring to watch.
    I belong to a membership site in which the owner creator has 26 free videos which are about 12 mins long. He has produced excellent quality content. He explains everything about how to build a profitable business. Each video has that unique flavor. Very compelling for any potential subscriber to watch.

    He has another 21 videos- 1 for each day, to start the newbies off on a good start with a complete all round knowledge of how to create money with your website. These videos are about 17 to 20 minutes long-going through the whole process of building a website. The topic of these videos is called 21 days to success.

    Chris Farrel also has videos about understanding facebook. About 39 videos for about 4 mins,5 mins,14 mins etc.
    If you use the above as examples for your niches I can only see positive results.

    I'm not sure what you mean about spinning 100 times.
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  • Profile picture of the author connie37
    I have read kensters posts on videos and he recommends creating lots of videos.
    Already using animoto and then I upload to camtasia to edit and add voice..using text to speech software.
    Wendymay...your advice sounds good.
    Thanks for all advice. Will post my results when uploaded to you tube.Today I created 7 videos.Was a bit slow as have to wait for both animoto to process and camtasia to produce so total of processing is approx 15 minutes.
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  • Profile picture of the author eshber
    Let me know your outcome!
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  • Profile picture of the author spudnick
    Originally Posted by connie37 View Post

    I have recently started in video marketing .My plan is to make a video for one of my niches and then spin each 100 times .
    However , how many original videos should I make per niche per day and for how long.Just thinking it may be hard to keep producing videos on the same subject after a while.Also , how many niches should i be aiming to focus on at one time.Would 3 niches be realistic and say i produce 3 videos per niche per day and spin each 100 times.Is this realistic.Also, when should I move onto the next niche?Can someone that is an experienced video marketer reply to this thread ...would be very grateful for any advice.
    I would council against this Connie.

    If I were you I would first spend a decent amount of time researching keywords that are likely to be used by people looking to buy a particular product, are not so competitive that you couldn't compete over time, and that have decent search volumes.

    I would then create 5 HIGH QUALITY articles that add tremendous value to your audience. Give away a solid information that people will really love you for. Establish yourself as an expert.

    Then, spend every other moment you have allocated to working on IM to generating traffic to these 5 videos. Don't make any more videos until they are making you money.

    Focus on traffic, traffic, traffic, traffic......

    Once you are making some decent coin from the video's, create some more. Rinse and repeat.

    My 2 cents.
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