How to Become the Star of Your Own Website

Your website is, first and foremost, about you and your services. That is why you ought to be the star of it. And the best way to do that is through high-quality video footage. Why? Because video persuades in a way that text copy can never do.

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Comments (4)
This article is really great and covers most of the aspects which comes in the mind of a beginner like me. I fond answers to many of my queries over here also found new ideas which were not even thought by me. I will try to experiment with those as well. Good job.
Robert from SpeedyLoanSearch.com
Posted by Craig S | Monday, November 12 2012 at 3:15PM ET
Thanks for this nice informative post. I agree with you that a no video is better than a bad video. It would be better to create no videos than create a bad video with too many flaws to create a negative impression about your website, your business or services in general.
Posted by Jim P | Sunday, December 02 2012 at 6:20AM ET
Firstly a big clap for you to share such awesome and brilliant blog great i liked the way you have dealt with the foremost topic website because a website reflects a companies merits ..iwill surely use your tips for my website development.
Posted by jane g | Friday, April 26 2013 at 7:29AM ET
Great idea! Video is becoming a common communication tool and an integral part of marketing. Capturing your video can be done by shooting footage of yourself in order to convey a message to your audience.
Posted by KIMMY B | Saturday, January 18 2014 at 10:40PM ET
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