Simple Vs. Complicated Videos, Marketing With Audio And Video

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In this last excerpt from the Marketing With Audio And Video show with Andrew Lock of *******HelpMyBusiness...
In this last excerpt from the Marketing With Audio And Video show with Andrew Lock of *******HelpMyBusiness****, we talk about the difference between creating simple and complicated videos, and how you don't have to do anything complicated to create a popular show. We take a look at Gary Vaynerchuk's wildly popular Wine Library TV as an example - one camera, one shot, 20 minutes, and he's done - and nobody's complaining about it. Maybe because he's worth $50 million??? I've started a new contest to help motivate people to share the free 30-page excerpt from "101 Things To Do With Audio And Video (To Promote Your Business)". I'm giving away over $6,000 worth of prizes just for helping me spread the word about the book. Everyone has a chance to win something. For more information, go to *******www.101ThingsAudioVideo****/contest.php.
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