Create Killer Personal Branding Videos Using PLR

In the following video training/example, I use a product from our previous PLR site (BestQualityPLR.com – we sold this business in September 2016) to create a unique, high quality, personal branding video VERY quickly and without a huge amount of effort.

The video below will show you HOW I did it (And then below the video you can click a link to see the actual personal branding video I created during the training)…

 

CLICK HERE to see the actual end-result video I built using the PLR article

In the above video, I walk you through a very practical example of how you can QUICKLY and EFFICIENTLY build personal branding videos using PLR as a “helper”. EVEN if you don’t like doing video or don’t have much experience with video marketing, you could pull this off by following my example above.

What You Need…
1. Some PLR articles about a topic you want to create video(s) on
2. A smartphone that shoots video
3. Screen recording software like Screenflow or Camtasia
4. Slide creation software like Powerpoint or Keynote
5. 15-30 minutes of your time

26 thoughts on “Create Killer Personal Branding Videos Using PLR”

  1. Justin, this idea and method are awesome! I am always at a loss as to how to powerfully repurpose plr article content! Thanks again for such a great tutorial!

  2. Great idea! Nice and quick, I will be sure to give it a shot.

    Thanks for providing great content as usual.

    Sharon

  3. Hey Justin, fabulous! FYI if you post to Facebook make sure you upload it directly to Facebook and then post the Facebook video on your blog – in order to get all the Facebook juice.

  4. I’ve actually done something like this. Only I read it all with my head right there, expressing along the way. This way is much easier!!!

    What I love about this technique is that the video, in essence, is already transcribed. That way, when you post it on your blog, you can provide a text version, as well, increasing SEO.

    And, because you’re reading it with your inflections, it really feels like you.

    Of course, I edit the article to be more in my voice first. πŸ™‚

    Brilliant!

  5. Thanks for your time in putting this together. I agree with you about seeing yourself on camera….not liking it here either. I got some good hints from you and appreciate it.

  6. Love this, including the personality you put into it.

    You can actually record your narration within PowerPoint (I assume you can do the same in Keynote) — and you won’t need screen sharing software to create the video. You can even insert the iPhone video onto a slide at the beginning. Of course, if you want to edit afterward, that would require some other video editing software.

  7. Damn! I feel all warm inside. The head is starting to race around with ideas. As the saying goes, You made my day! I saved this and shared it because I want to feel good again tomorrow. I am glad that I am part of your tribe. Thank YOU!

    1. Justin.Popovic

      Haha that’s awesome! So glad this has been helpful for you Fred! Keep us posted on your progress… best of luck!
      Thanks πŸ™‚ Justin

    1. Hey Kathleen

      Yeah at the end of the blog post I have a short list of items you would need…

      What You Need…
      1. Some PLR articles about a topic you want to create video(s) on
      2. A smartphone that shoots video
      3. Screen recording software like Screenflow or Camtasia
      4. Slide creation software like Powerpoint or Keynote

      You could potentially pull it off with all free software but this would be the easiest way in my opinion!

  8. Great video Justin. Your ideas are always so helpful. Seems it would work with PowerPoint, Canva and even iMovie …yeah..? I love video! Loved when you were talking about the funny face and do the pic… I have a bunch of those. Question: you mentioned about putting on FB but, linking to your site… that is what I always want to do… have them be able to click quick to watch the video but still drive them back to my website… do you recommend how to do that? I am doing some tweaking of my site currently and want to do that. Thanks again.,

    1. Hey Renee… glad you liked it! The only way I know of is to put the URL of your link in the description of your post…. OR, you can say something like “see first comment below for the link” and then paste in the URL as a comment on the post. Both methods have worked for us!

  9. Great video Justin. Your ideas are always so helpful. Seems it would work with PowerPoint, Canva and even iMovie …yeah..? I love video! Loved when you were talking about the funny face and do the pic… I have a bunch of those. Question: you mentioned about putting on FB but, linking to your site… that is what I always want to do… have them be able to click quick to watch the video but still drive them back to my website… do you recommend how to do that? I am doing some tweaking of my site currently and want to do that. Thanks again.,

    1. Hey Renee, thanks for your comment!

      In terms of your question about FB links, what we do is make the main post focused on the content at-hand. Then in the first comment on that post, we insert a link to whatever page we are hoping to promote!

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