Social Profit Formula, Free iPads, and YouTube Video

Well the big promotion/event in the Internet Marketing Space this week seems to be Don Crowther’s Social Profit Formula (aff). His second video in the traditional “4 videos of free content before the sale” covers a model for video online that I will certainly be examining myself (it’s all about using YouTube to bring people into your funnel versus the traditional model of making YouTube your funnel).

With that said and done, here are a few social media / social video / YouTube links worth examining:

I couldn’t more excited about YouTube video than I am right now. I think Don’s program is not only going to prove how exciting this business is – but train a lot of people to do really exciting things with it. I’m thrilled that YouTube Secret Weapon is there as well for people who really want to target into this valuable media partner/tool/etc.

Would love your thoughts on the Social Profit Formula if you have any …

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

  • Allcanwin

    Hey Paul

    How did you do the first YouTube video?

  • paulcolligan

    It was done on Keynote – with Screenflow recording it. Music was part of the YouTube audio swap thing they offer. Took me like 5 minutes. Not bad for 1400+ views, eh?

  • http://StanDubin.com standubin

    stopped the first video after 30 or so seconds.

    “you know you want it, are going to get it” type ads are, well, over the top for me.

    Liked the second one. Saw it all the way through.

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  • paulcolligan

    The first one was WWWWAAAAAYYYYY over the top – did that one purpose to make a couple of points. Of course, look at which one is working views wise 😉

  • http://StanDubin.com standubin

    I'm not sure what you meant by “did that one purpose to make a couple of points.”

    In terms of number of views, it's the first one in the blog post, so that could influence results. But I never got far enough in the first video to be a factor for it.

    There's also something to be said for the PR value of that type of video presentation. I'm just one guy, but I only hung around to see the second video because it was you and you have good creditability…if someone else presented that type of presentation and I was just meeting him for the first time, that'd be the last time. It just pushed too far into the red on the hype-meter.

  • paulcolligan

    Good stuff. Thanks.