Flip Video

December 20, 2011 by  
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I bought the Flip Video about two years ago and I began to do facial readings (physiognomy) and post the results to my www.StreetSmartDifference.com Sales Training website. It was a lot of fun to find people, tell them about themselves and then have them tell me how much fun it was.

The fact is, adding a video every week to your site will increase your rankings drastically. Not only do people like videos but the search engines love them. So it makes sense to keep adding them as often as possible.

I use my Flip video when I’m out with friends or when I’m at events. No matter where I go I find a reason to capture the moment and use it for one of my blogs.

Each video should be no more than five minutes. You can load the video directly from your computer or you can load them to a YouTube channel and load them from there. If you use YouTube, there are three methods of uploading your video:

1. The URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvuKOMDNgmI&list=UUgYxZA-hoWE4-Py-MPi_2Aw&index=5&feature=plcp
2. The embedded version:
3. Share the Video: http://youtu.be/zvuKOMDNgmI

Some blogs will have a link back to YouTube to watch the video when you use the URL. So you’ll need to test the three methods to see which one works to play the video within your blog.

Flip Video

June 17, 2011 by  
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I saw a speaker use a Flip Video about two years ago while I was at an event in San Jose. I was impressed by the quality, but more so by the fact he could upload it to his Facebook and YouTube accounts within five minutes. I was sold! So before the weekend was out, it was necessary for me to visit the local electronics store and pick up my very own Flip Video Camera. I had a lot of trouble running through batteries, but fortunately hang out with a lot of geeks and one of them told me to switch to rechargeable batteries. It did the trick. I started taking videos of everyone and everything. I opened an account on YouTube and put all the videos in the one location. The ideal is to have a separate account for each are of interest. I should have a channel for speaking, face reading, Bay Area, Laser, clients, testimonials, etc. But currently I have two accounts and will open the third shortly. The candid videos are great to add to your blog and will help you get the highest rankings more rapidly than nearly anything else you can do.


This is the first video I recorded. It was taken the same week when I first saw the Flip Video Camera.