How To Make $4,000 To $6,000 A Month with A Video Blog

My friend Gideon Shalwick has released the third and final video of his Rapid Video Blogging series. This time Gideon has a real live case study with a student who has used Gideon’s Rapid Video Blogging methods to create a video blog and is now making $4,000 to $6,000 a month with it!

Watch as Gideon sits down with Fran Kerr of HighOnHealth.org and have her explain how she created a video blog on the topic of acne and turned it into a full time money making venture. I had no idea there was money in acne!

The video is nearly 40 minutes long and really goes into fine detail. You’ll see how Fran optimize her YouTube channel and blog to generate maximum traffic and sign ups to her mailing list, plus the methods she used to make all that money! It’s well worth watching. Enjoy!

Rapid Video Blogging 3rd Video

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31 thoughts on “How To Make $4,000 To $6,000 A Month with A Video Blog”

  1. Jason says:

    I really like Gideons material! I’m going to get me a good digital camcorder soon and a mac!

    1. Now that I call a really inspired person.

      Have you set any date when you are going to get camcorder and mac … please do that so that this wont lost in your busy schedule.

      1. The flip HD makes great videos. I got it a few months ago and took some videos with it at a badminton tournament.

        The resulting videos are like watching HD TV, no delay or anything.

        Macis so much better for videos than PC. Not everybody thinks so but Gideon certainly does.

        So do I.

  2. Hey John,

    I watched the video and indeed it’s worth watching.

    Fran shows her blog and YouTube channel and gives some good tips. For example when making your videos make them in such a way that they are ready for the time you’ll become YouTube partner.

    That one tip alone was worth the time spent watching the show for me.

    Vance

  3. Mark Mosher says:

    Great video!!! I will definately try myself to do this!!!!
    🙂

  4. Mark Mosher says:

    Blog posting can really give you fast backlinks. So its a great idea to post blogs :))

  5. Doug says:

    even with short 200 word posts. i can always tell if John actually wrote the post. . .or paid someone else to write it

    1. Yeah his style his shown in his posts. We can clearly tell it.

      1. Yes if there is no grammatical mistakes that means this is not from John … lollzzz

  6. Doug says:

    PLUS you’re getting people to click a referral link when they think they’re clicking a video

    wasn’t it the EFF that says you must say whether or not a link is an affiliate link or not.

      1. That will clear his all doubts … lollzzz or may be he will keep reading that again and again to understand it well.

      2. I never read your disclosure policy before. Its pretty hilarious actually!

        1. I wonder what is Doug’s point.

          Doesn’t he know that John’s blog is making money? While John gives a lot of free information here, the blog is not a charity.

      3. Bidet says:

        I never knew you had this either, it was a fun read.

  7. Dillon says:

    Hey John ,
    I have been reading your stuff for a while. It has helped me out a ton. Just wanted to say thanks, and keep up the good work!

    Dillon Randall

  8. Baker says:

    This is great stuff, will study this further. Learning a lot from your blog and people you promote.

  9. Sean Supplee says:

    This was a real treat! I have not done to much as in video as of yet. I guess i need to break free and start doing them shortly and pick up a good web cam lol.

    Niche marketing and putting yourself up as a expert is key but doing it with videos and face to face is even more important. Seems to build a new level of trust with your reader base.

  10. PPC Ian says:

    There’s that awesome image link that looks like the video again. 🙂 I love it! Looking forward to watching the video. I have a lot to learn about video blogging and a lot to gain!

  11. Boy certainly he includes many tips which were not disclosed earlier.

    Gideon Shalwick is certainly man of video blogging.

  12. I don’t think Video blogging is for me. Maybe it would work for others but I know that it would not work for me.

    1. If you say and believe so it certainly won’t, especially if you don’t even try.

    2. Bidet says:

      You should always give it a try, you never know, it might work well for you.

  13. Garry Booton says:

    Thanks for the great video I watched it all the way through and now I am going to set some time aside so that I can watch it again and take some detailed notes.
    I have been meaning to get into video marketing fro a while now and this was the boost I needed.
    Thanks

  14. I loved this video. Fran’s story is really inspiring and it definitely made me want to try out video blogging.

  15. Fran is really relaxed and easy going and she obviously loves her stuff. Her attitude is contagious and that’s what helps her get so many followers and buyers.

  16. I tried highonhealth.org and the site seems to be down or very slow. Maybe it’s because of the high traffic from your site.

  17. Chris S. says:

    The biggest issue with video blogging for me is audio. Many bloggers don’t put any emphasis on audio. Investing in a lav mic or a desktop usb mic will help get better audio.

  18. Rash says:

    Blogging has a big potential and a real money making goldmine..just look at Gideon Shalwick.

    Thanks John

  19. Bidet says:

    These are great video series, they are sure helpful on learning how to make a video blog. 4000 a month from a video blog is some serious income.

  20. Bob says:

    I am too shy to try video blogging

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