Video Lead Acquisition: Teaching by Doing and Sharing

Would any of you believe me if I told you internet marketers are the greatest online teachers ever?

No?  Well, I wouldn’t blame you, cuz, because that’s how good they are.  You’re already learning and you don’t even know it. 

What am I talking about?

I’m talking about internet marketers educating consumers as to what they should get into when browsing around on the internet, that’s what.

You see, internet marketers trying to generate leads will say and do just about anything to get that all-important lead under their belt.  A good internet marketer, however, like the ones who follow my lead, will know that consumers today are smarter, wiser, and clever enough to know when they stand to actually gain something from what’s being marketed to them.

To this end, I have, time and again, advised many an internet marketer to make their lives much easier by keeping in mind just a few simple things that are bound to help them in their quest for that ever elusive lead: 

See there, cuz?  That wasn’t so difficult.  Those of you following me for a while may already be doing this, and probably enjoying a good amount of attention for your efforts.  In so doing, you have actually proven that you are also great online teachers by sharing your knowledge with people and showing them videos and online materials of good quality and, thus, worthy of their attention.

Incidentally, marketing legend, Dan Kennedy, just released his FREE Lead Generation video training series. Trust me, you do not want to miss this, so go check it out now! 

“The Ultimate Lead Generation Machine”

Later. 

Andy “Mr Relevant” Jenkins

  • http://twitter.com/vevstad Vegard Vevstad

    Video is great for highly technical, difficult-to-visualize content. Otherwise it too time-consuming.

    • http://www.facebook.com/FirewalkerCreative Jessica Carter Brace

      I think that video is less time consuming than other mediums. I don’t believe you need a big production to create effective video. Providing valuable content is the most important.

    • http://www.facebook.com/FirewalkerCreative Jessica Carter Brace

      I think that video is less time consuming than other mediums. I don’t believe you need a big production to create effective video. Providing valuable content is the most important.

  • Stuart

    This link does NOT work “The Ultimate Lead Generation Machine”

  • GuyD

    Niiiiice one Andy! I have been building leads like this for a few years and it works a treat!

  • http://www.facebook.com/edi.kurnik Edi Kurnik

    Andy, this is amazing stuff. Thank’s for sharing:)

  • http://www.facebook.com/edi.kurnik Edi Kurnik

    Andy, this is amazing stuff. Thank’s for sharing:)

  • CreativeOil

    Thanks Cuzin Andy!

  • http://twitter.com/iain_clark Iain Clark

    People buy from people and video is the best way to show who you are.

  • Jeff

    Great info Andy…doing a presentation in a few days and this info graphic helps but a bow on the package…

  • Donna

    Great offering Cuz Andy, looking forward to the video training

  • Donna

    Great offering Cuz Andy, looking forward to the video training

  • http://twitter.com/weightloss777 Gina Omentor

    Some people like videos, other people love reading, re-reading and thinking. We have to do with adults. They can decide… Btw, Andy is GREAT.

  • http://twitter.com/weightloss777 Gina Omentor

    Some people like videos, other people love reading, re-reading and thinking. We have to do with adults. They can decide… Btw, Andy is GREAT.

  • http://twitter.com/leightonherdson Leighton Herdson

    Great article as per usual…video is definitely a very effective learning tool when done right. thanks Mr Relevant. Good work.

  • http://twitter.com/leightonherdson Leighton Herdson

    Great article as per usual…video is definitely a very effective learning tool when done right. thanks Mr Relevant. Good work.