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Streaming Video Channel For Your Web Site(s) - Less Than $10 Per Day
First In Promotions Inc.

From First In Promotions

Includes Programming, Scheduling, Content Acquisition,
Social Media Content, Custom Marketing Strategies!
You will be billed monthly, unless you choose the Annual Plan. Your fee includes us taking care of scheduling, programming, help with content acquisition, and marketing strategies and content!

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You do not need to produce even one video in order to make money from video content. There is a way to utilize video produced by others to make money for you every single day. All you need is a web site!

Video marketing is becoming the rage, especially for small business. YouTube has become one of the top search engines in the world and continues to grow with content about millions of topics. The “Site Streamer” can help you and your business to grow with video marketing.

As you probably know from viewing on YouTube, whether for business, education, or enjoyment, YouTube makes its money from advertising sales, effectively placing its advertisers adjacent to appropriate content.

An advertiser can have their message on display adjacent to a video on any and every topic which best ties in with their product/service. For example, an upscale restaurant benefits by advertising adjacent to a video with a master chef demonstrating how a certain dish is expertly prepared.

Video companies thrive because more and more businesses need promotional and/or demonstration videos produced for this purpose.

Here is how YOU can cash in. First, keep in mind that most videos you can access via YouTube, Vimeo, or DailyMotion are considered to be public domain. What this means is that you are able to show it on YOUR web site or sites, as long as the video itself is not edited or tampered with in any way.

As you know from watching YouTube videos, the screen showing the video is on one side of your screen. The opposite side of the screen is what is most important for our purpose.

While you are watching the video, the opposite side usually shows similar videos available for viewing within the topic. Many times, the additional videos are offered by competitors and other companies and individuals that have also posted videos.

In addition, there is usually outside advertising visible. This is how content distributors such as YouTube and Facebook make money. They sell that valuable space to advertisers, small and large, targeting everyone searching for the content of those videos and generate millions of dollars in the process. Whether they make their own videos or not. Their revenue comes from advertisers that want to be seen next to an appropriate video within a specific category.

What this means is that you can generate revenue and promote your own business by streaming videos on any subject.

With the “Site Streamer”, you can have a fresh ongoing schedule of videos to show on your web site(s) at specific times of the day/night on any subject(s) you choose. However, instead of doing like YouTube and Facebook do, you can sell the adjacent space to advertisers that would pay YOU (your business) to be there.

Or, if you have your own business and/or service to promote, you can promote to your heart’s content, whether you have your own video or not. You can have display ads and a “call to action” on display adjacent to the video screen, just as you could be showing your videos as often as you care to schedule them.

Your earning potential is huge. Your “Site Streamer” can be placed on as many web sites as you own or can partner with! This also allows you to create additional domains and grow those sites to promote your business and/or support your paid advertisers!

This video marketing costs is between $8.22 and $10 per day, with no additional hosting or technical considerations, and no content requirements.

(Written by Dave Kohl)
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