Getting Paid to Share Videos – Ron Douglas Webinar Review
Ron Douglas recently shared his video sharing service on a webinar sponsored by James Jones. Ron is founder of VideoForward.com, a NY Times best selling author, and has been featured on Good Morning America, Fox News, ABC News, and others.
What is VideoForward? It is a revenue sharing affiliate site on which you can share free videos and earn from doing so. Currently 24 hours of video is uploaded every minute and video accounts for over half of the traffic on the Internet. YouTube alone gets over 2 billion views a day (double prime time of 3 top networks).
Ron came up with the idea after doing a viral marketing test using a Tim Ferris video, “How to Peel a Hard-Boiled Egg,” to generate traffic and made almost $10,000 from sending to a list of about 4500 people, from Adsense revenue. VideoForward concept is taking this idea to the next level as an affiliate program.
Affiliates of VideoForward are then able to embed high-traffic videos from YouTube and drive traffic to their embedded copy of these viral videos. An affiliate commission of 50% is paid as well as earnings from Adsense, etc. Marketers then use search engine optimization and authority sites to build links to their embedded videos. Since creating VideoForward.com about 120,000 inlinks are now logged by Yahoo Site Explorer in under a year. About 2400 members currently use the site.
What is the earning potential for someone who can post 100 videos per month? Average traffic would be 30,000 assuming 10 views per day per video. Assuming 10% click rate averaging $.50 per click, earnings would be $1500. In addition, if .1% join the site then recurring income generated would be an additional $1442 per month.
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