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Creating Videos with an iPhone or iPad is EASY!
I can't believe how easy it is to create videos with an iPhone 4S, iPad2 and iMovie ($4.99).
I've been creating videos for over a year and have experimented with several different programs and styles. I'm still practicing and learning about making and syndicating videos. But with so many options to choose from, how can we not take advantage of simple to use programs and technology.
I'm a beginner, like many of you, and have plenty of room to improve, but, that doesn't mean that we shouldn't begin now. The true value of videos is their ability to attract viewers and include links. The more quality videos that you produce, the more valuable every video becomes.
These videos didn't require extensive editing and I uploaded them directly to YouTube and Animoto. The videos can still be edited on YouTube to stabilize the shakiness, include annotations, etc., but first we need to add meaningful Titles, include a Description and get some links in that Description.
A Great Video Still SUCKS, if no one sees it, so make sure that you share it on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and anywhere else that videos have value.
Include your videos in a post and syndicate your post.
If you write a related post, provide a link to the previous post and syndicate your NEW post.
If you think of a better Title, Change It!
If you can improve the Description, Do It!
If you can improve, embellish or build upon other videos, Make NEW Videos. Link the NEW Videos to the Old Videos and the Old Videos to the NEW Videos. Get it? You're creating your very own Web of Attraction and increasing the value of EVERY Video.
Check out the video below for a DEMO of using iMovie on an iPad2.