I’ve never understood why marketers look at videos like disposable straws. They use them once and toss them in the garbage. But it doesn’t have to be that way. A video can attract people into your world for years to come. Here’s how to do that.

    7 replies to "Do You Want a Timeless Video or a Profitable One? Yes!"

    • Josh

      Brilliant, Steve, exactly what I’m doing. Can’t wait to show you!

      • Steven Washer

        Can’t wait to see! 🙂

    • Lucien

      Great info as always Steve. I don’t see how anyone’s videos can be better than yours but since you are the authority I will take your word for it. Glad to see Stevie has a new remote. Now he has to save up for a full bag of popcorn. Thanks for all you do.

      • Steven Washer

        Thanks, Lucien! I wonder if Stevie will discover the virtue of saving. I wouldn’t hold my breath.
        But I do love it when people get better results than me. It raises the bar everywhere!

    • Nancy

      Thank you, Steve. Another thought-provoking video.

    • Janet Sellers

      Thank you for that true gift of inspiration and support. Well, I guess I do that long-term thinking too, in both my art & writing work, and in some videos I’ve made. I have one 6-10 minute video that shows how to paint some peppers in watercolor. It’s a rare video because most art videos show to quickly just so the person will buy the video but they never learn anything! I take the person step-by-step and they can stop the video and paint or play it over and over again. I made it for a student of mine when we could not have class due to a blizzard. I think it’s been online almost 10 years now and has thousands of views, and just this year during a snowstorm another student watched it and made a perfect picture in watercolor – and she had never done watercolors before- just from that nice quality education video. I have a very good reputation for teaching art and my understanding of art and also of things in nature and gardening … I have done a good job every class, and I’m doing my best to give 150% or more. I am indeed a millionaire in waiting but I would sure like to move a little faster! I’ve kind of waited an awfully long time.

      • Steven Washer

        Janet, thanks for this comment! I’m going to make a video about this. Would you mind if I use some of what you wrote as long as I don’t use your name? I think this would be highly beneficial for anyone who watches.

        It sounds like you have all the ingredients for a very successful art business. Do you have other videos online? What are they about? How frequently do you show up in people’s lives? Do you have a structured path of attraction? It’s good to think these kinds of things through.

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