Daniel Turner Take Two – How To Rapidly Create Online Video Products

Inside this second interview with Daniel Turner, he reveals some of his best product creation strategies when it comes to online video. There are some pretty good tips in here that I’ll definitely will be using from now on.

What I love about Daniel’s tips is that it will allow me to create online video products even faster. And you know what that means… moh money yo!

Chat soon…

Gideon Shalwick

PS: Don’t forget to leave your comment below this video… maybe you have some other ideas for rapidly creating online video products?

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About Gideon Shalwick

Gideon Shalwick is a YouTube and video marketing expert, and has figured out how to get a TON of attention using online video (with one YouTube channel reaching 10 million views!), and today, he's built a following of over 100,000 people for his business ventures, and 60,000+ people on this very blog, where he shares some of his most powerful video marketing strategies.

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26 Responses to Daniel Turner Take Two – How To Rapidly Create Online Video Products

  1. As usual, your videos are full of great stuffs.

  2. Hi Yaro, Gideon & Daniel

    I wished I’d received your email yesterday, as I just did over “40 takes” to get a squeeze page and sales page videos done for a new website!!! I love your suggestions about breaking up the video into sections for different uses, this sounds most productive and not sharing all of it on free youTube!!

    Cheers
    Diane

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hey Diane

      Yeah this is a fantastic strategy! And if you’re really clever, you can transcribe the whole thing, then break it up into smaller sections, and then use those as either blog posts or articles that you can submit to article directories.

      Whoever said that content creation is hard?

      Not anymore with video and re purposing that content :)

      Gideon Shalwick

  3. Hello Gideon,

    You seem to attract smart people with heart, much like yourself. It such a pleasure watching the information you provide and the help that it offers to so many. I will be going to his site to find out more about the “Mind Map”. That was very intriguing to me.

    Keep up the good work.
    Your fan in the San Francisco Bay Area
    Sharon Beck

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Thanks Sharon

      Yeah Daniel is a great guy. I get on really well with him and he’s always keen to share his knowledge whenever we catch up.

      Gideon Shalwick

  4. Thanks once again for sharing this with us Gideon. Much appreciated!
    :o)
    Best Regards
    Wendy

  5. Hi Gideon,
    This is my first time watching your video, thank you for sharing with us

  6. Thanks Gideon, this is very helpful. Your tips have helped me impact my website and online capacity tremendously http://naturalrhythms.org.

    In gratitude, Lisa

  7. Great interview and I really like the tip about re-purposing the content for different media. You guys make it sound so easy so I’m going to give it a try.
    Thanks for these interviews they are a great help.
    BTW, like your site and content.
    Tony.

  8. Hi Gideon,
    isn’t there a danger with this approach that subjects are just skimmed rather than treated in-depth? Scribbling down a very basic mind map in 15 minutes can’t possibly get to the meat of the issue can it? There are lots of products out there that skim across the surface rather than tackling the hard, useful stuff underneath but that sort of content takes time, research and effort to put together – the actual process of recording and editing is the shortest bit in my experience.

  9. Ty

    It’s almost an “old school” thing to do screen capture presentations now within the internet marketing scene, but it’s rarely done out there in other markets. When you have a great character doing the presentation it’s one of the most engaging ways to connect with potential customers. Great idea to share :)

  10. You picked up on a key point there which is having an assistant or assistants that can help you in this. Actually what Daniel described isn’t that quick to do, but it’s quick for Daniel personally to do , but behind the scenes, he has had to recruit and train the assistants he works with , putting a support mechanism in place for his successful business.

    PS I’ve recruited an assistant myself through the John Jonas approach & it has really upped my productivity too.

  11. Kat

    really interesting – as this is something i have been throwing around for some time – taking existing products and redoing with video – which is what i think dan may have done with the PLR Pro…?!

    I love video – so effective for presentations, communication, sales conversion and obviously product creation – sometime when things seem so simple it feels as if it won’t work because it’s too easy… but this just really bought home the fact its about leverage and using resources….

    awesome! thanks!

  12. Marta

    Great timing! I have on my project list to create a series of videos and the tips you gave here have helped me look at my strategy and process to get them done and uploaded quickly.

    Thanks!

  13. I especially like the part about quick. Recently I did a series of 21 short videos for posting on YouTube, and it took me about a month. Of course, a large part of that month was spent stumbling around figuring out what I was doing (they were my first-ever videos). I’ll know my way next time.
    Cheers from warm and smiling Thailand,
    Charles

  14. Thanks Daniel and Gideon for this great video shedding light on the processes to apply in order to get product created in a simple way and how to re-purpose them for additional content platforms.

    Got ideas flowing in my mind :-)

    Cheers

  15. Hey Gideon…

    I have been using iMovie for my Video clips. I’m sure you are familiar with the Apple product. I know you use Screen Flow. Can you let me know why you like Screen flow better than iMovie? I don’t mind spending the $99 to buy it but before I did I was curious on your take on the subject.

    Thanks… SN

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hi Steve

      ScreenFlow is just SO much easier to use and it gives you some great extra features.

      For example, it allows you to add as many audio and video tracks as you like – iMove does not allow you to do this.

      And the interface is just super easy to use.

      Oh and did I mention that ScreenFlow also does GREAT screen capture videos?

      To me it’s a no-brainer.

      Gideon

    • Hey Steve, I use screen flow to capture my tutorials but I don’t do much editing in screen flow, I only highlight and zoom in etc in screenflow – i then export out and import back in to imovie to finish editing, im probably doing it the long way…. but i prefer editing in imovie as i find it quick and easy…. however i movie doesn’t have the screen capture function :)

  16. Gideon,

    What service do you use to transcribe your videos. I’ve created a 7 part video course that I want to also transcribe and use the material as an ebook.

    Thank you,

    Rachel

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  20. ronenhershcovich

    Thanks for the video guys. Having a mindmap sets you up for success. Knowing what you’re going to do in each step of the process is definitely one of the most important things you can do before creating your product and your launch. Keep producing awesome videos guys.

    Mike

    Product Creation Gurus Dot Com

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