How To Outsource All Your Video Work

If you’re like me, you’ll know how frustrating the whole online video production process can be. There’s just so much to learn, and so much to do, and to be honest, it can do your head in if you let it get to. However, it doesn’t have to be that way.

My friend, Gideon Shalwick, will be running a brand new LIVE webinar where he shows you exactly what he does to outsource most of his online video work.

Gideon tells me that he’ll be revealing a secret technology that him and his outsourcing expert
friend discovered – a technology that can speed up your whole video production process to levels most people only dream about. You can find out more information about the webinar here.

The date the webinar will take place is this Tuesday, September 14, 8pm EDT (USA)

Make sure you watch Gideon’s whole video because he reveals a pretty shocking surprise at the end that you won’t want to miss.

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Click Here To Register for Gideon Shalwick Outsource Video Webinar

75 thoughts on “How To Outsource All Your Video Work”

  1. I am working on a video right now, in fact, and it has taken me more than a few tries to just get everything set up properly.

    I’m going to check this out!

    1. Jeff Caceres says:

      I will John. I look forward to watch and learn more about Gideon’s webinar since I really suck on outsourcing my videos. My video camera was not yet in a good level, which I need to buy a high quality one. The secrets would be very interesting for me.


      1. Boy I simply love the series of video.

        Quite interesting.

        Planning to start video on my website as well.

        1. d3so says:

          What are you planning to vlog about?

      2. d3so says:

        How would you go about outsourcing your videos?

        1. Alex Dumitru says:

          I’m really curious about this too 🙂

        2. Dan Lew says:

          @d3so (How would you go about outsourcing your videos?) I think he is talking about clients videos, not personal videos.

        3. Jeff Caceres says:

          We’ll, I am still on the planning stage of video outsourcing for my client (and I’m stuck to this right now) because it’s too complicated for me as a newbie in going to the production phase. Also it’s too expensive and time-consuming when it comes to editing the videos, which I can’t do it by myself. Hahaha!

      3. Alex Dumitru says:

        I really didn’t understand what you wanted to say.

        1. Jeff Caceres says:

          I’m about to outsource a video for my client through planning, producing and video editing. The reason my old videos from various clients totally suck because of poor planning and a total waste for me. We’ll, mistakes always happen and I need to correct them this time. It improves my level of learning new abilities in video outsourcing, so that in the near future I can do it for my very own videos.

    2. d3so says:

      What’s with all these webinars lately?
      I’m not planning to start video blogging yet because i don’t have the funds for equipment but I’ll see if I can attend the webinar too learn anything valuable presented.

      1. Jeff Caceres says:

        Same thing here buddy. All of the videos in my blog really sucks due to poor quality. We could purchase the “real deal” to video marketing and outsourcing. 🙂

        1. d3so,

          Webinars are usually connected with selling something but in an of themselves are free. Not this one.

          1. ZK,

            It seems that you’ve been planning on using videos for some time. When will you actually do it?

          2. d3so says:

            Yeah, I’ve been attending a bunch of webinars this week attempting to sell stuff and I actually bought a $500 product 😛

      2. Michael says:

        Dude, what are you talking about bro?! You don’t even need much, but a camera, and YT has editing in their uploading process.

        But in a way, it’s good for me. Because I know, and you’re proof, that there are still people like you who are ignorant of the simple facts of life.

        Less competition for me, and thanks.

        1. Sooner or later they will catch you … so better move to more advance technology.

      3. a webcam costs like 30 bucks…you can start with that for your video blogging….

        1. Or you can win one like I did. You could do a twitter search on for example, ‘contest flip video (or whatever item)’.

          1. ah, very true…i didn’t even think of that…i’m so in the bow 🙂

          2. Boy that one is really interesting way to get things.

            If you want to get iPod than search for iPod contest.

            Really cool.

        2. Flip cams are cheap and they record pretty well.

          1. d3so says:

            Yeah but I want top quality if I were to video blog.
            I don’t want home video quality videos.

          2. yeah, that’s true…go to ebay and you can find one really cheap

          3. @ d3so

            I think you should start without caring about top quality or any thing.

            Just start it … and keep adding latest technology to it.

            This is the way … we progress my friend.

    3. Dan Lew says:

      Learning how to add stunning graphics before and after is what I’m more interested in!

    4. Yeah, it usually does. Only with practice, do you realize what works and what doesn’t.

      1. A video doesn’t have to be all flashy with fancy graphics or any of that stuff. If what is in your video is good, that’s all the matters.

        1. d3so says:

          True, but your video has to look presentable and professional not amateur.

          1. D3so,

            Gideon says that on the contrary if the video is too professional people will actually like it less.

            He’s the video expert. You don’t need to make Hollywood style videos.

          2. it needs to keep the attraction of the audience. If you have someone talking in a monotonous way, i doubt many people will watch it all…however, if you have an interactive video that engages people with their preferred styles (auditory, visual, etc.), they will stay…

          3. Go for it … do not worry about the quality first …

            Or if you are too much worried about it than shoot a video add to you tube and keep it personal. Check yourself … and if you need changes than do the change.

            If you think that this is now ready for the world at large than withdraw personal option.

    5. This is an interesting webinar offer. I’m going to use vlog in by blog soon too but the offer was $97 for the outsourcing video. I’ll pass for this time.

    6. PPC Ian says:

      Just watched your video and it is excellent! Keep up the great work!
      All the best,

    7. I’ve been an Instructional Designer at a university for almost 15 years. After having taught faculty and students how to do what I call “Lightweight Video Production” for the past 3 years, I can tell you that it’s not hard nor time-consuming.

      As an example, I did this very quick overview of the tools use in Lightweight Video Production:

      There are also other free videos in this overview series, so I encourage any of you who want to explore this area to take a look.


  2. Hey John,

    I know that you are making your own videos. Outsourcing video making may make sense for someone who wants to flood the cyberspace with videos.

    I did check it out and Gideon is charging for this webinar.
    He’s really monetizing everything now it seems.

    1. Alex Dumitru says:

      Why do it for free if there are people who intend to pay ?

      1. That’s the name of the game these days i guess…

        1. Alex Dumitru says:

          Yeah, unfortunately.

      2. Many times people naturally devalue things when they are free unfortunately. If you pay for it, you’re a little more likely to pay attention and possibly even use

        1. Well, I will go for some research on video blog. Even it takes quite some time, it might be worth.

  3. Alex Dumitru says:

    Well that’s really interesting, because I don’t enjoy it very much doing videos.

    1. Dan Lew says:

      Who does, lol but unfortunately we need to move with the times. Video is great for SEO.

      1. d3so says:

        Video brings in traffic but isn’t effective in SEO when starting because search bot can’t crawl videos.

      2. Alex Dumitru says:

        Actually it’s not great for SEO at all 🙂

        1. PPC Ian says:

          I have found that video can be helpful in SEO, mostly because it can help Google find and crawl new sites. Host a YouTube video on your site, and Google will find it faster. I use this tactic because I’m a domainer and launch many new minisites constantly. Also, video is helpful in SEO because it can show search engines your site is well-rounded and has good content.

          1. People forget that they should get links from all around the web.

            Definitely links from you tube is no follow but its still have some value.

            With that if your video rank higher than you can expect direct traffic from the links added to such video.

    2. Do some slide shows or screen captures and you don’t have to put yourself on camera

      1. At some point I agree with you @Alex, but not video seems to be more interesting with the trend.

        1. May be slide share will be a nice place to start.

  4. Michael says:

    It’s really not that complicated to edit and upload videos to the web, particularly YT. And it’s not like most of us are putting up video that have special effects in them.

    1. Dan Lew says:

      I think his video course is mainly focused towards newbies!

      1. Easy Video Player works really well for people who don’t really understand the technical part of creating embed codes and stuff. You can do some really cool features with it to.

        1. Well if its for newbie, then it doesn’t fit me there. I know a little about video editing too. But if it is pro video maker for vlog then I think I’ve missed one good webinar.

          1. d3so says:

            It hasn’t happened yet, you can still sign up.

        2. d3so says:

          Thanks for the recommendation; it’s quite difficult to learn a new system.

      2. Jeff Caceres says:

        Yeah probably. I consider myself as a total newbie even if I already tried video outsourcing for my client. You know why? I’m poor when it comes to planning, and I’m learning from it to improve the quality of my service. This video course would help me a lot Dan.

        1. I agree with you Michael.

          Special effects are completely unnecessary and a waste of time and space in videos. Unless you want to be a Hollywood style production which is a completely different game.

          1. Base of every thing is …

            Keep it Simple

      3. most courses are…but others can really go into some really great info and networking…

  5. Dan Lew says:

    Good idea, but having your own video membership site like this is where its at! 🙂

    1. d3so says:

      What would the video site be about?

  6. I wonder what comes out first, the email about some of these posts or the posts them selves…i’m sure that’s easy to check with the time stamps…

    1. d3so says:

      What exactly are you talking about?

      1. Jeff Caceres says:

        We’ll I think he’s talking about what part or lesson of his video will come first, but I’m not sure about the e-mail thingy he says.

        1. not so much what i meant, but i see where you were going with that one 🙂

      2. I’m talking about the emails we get from John about posts or videos that he is encouraging readers to see…

  7. I see no reason why you just can’t use the likes of odesk, elance or vworker for video editing. Just choose someone whom creates videos you like.

    1. I agree, there is no need to complicate the process of outsourcing.

      1. although i havent had the chance to play with odesk much though…heard good things.

  8. PPC Ian says:

    Video can be very time consuming! I’m lucky my wife helps edit my PPC Ian videos. It has been a while since I have posted a video, mainly because they take so darn long!

  9. Outsourcing outsourcing, my wife has started to ride me about spending so much time “working”. So I told her that I’ll start outsourcing more of my work at the expense of her going back to work. Let’s just say that she ain’t to happy about the concept of going back to work lol

  10. Hi,

    agree with PPC Ian. If you have the budget, go for video outsourcing. The best place to go for is elance. There are superb guys there.

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