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Aweber Formatting Fix For Drag and Drop Editor


I’ve just finished my latest series of training videos with private label rights.

This one is all about Aweber the email marketing service that is regarded by many as the #1 autoresponder service.

The product launch is scheduled for this coming Tuesday the 3rd of June at 10AM EST…

If you want to have a sneak peek and check out the titles & a sample video, head on over to http://howtouseanautoresponder.com

As I mention on the home page,  of How To Use an Autoresponder, I’ve been an Aweber customer since 2006 but have not used it as much as I’d like to.

Mainly because I just didn’t take the time to learn all the goodies that Aweber has to offer.

That changed several months ago.

I began learning all the ins & outs of Aweber and in the process made this series of 22 training videos.

One of the items I discovered was what a pain in the backside it was to copy content from a Text or Word document & paste into the Drag & Drop editor.

Maybe I was doing it wrong, but the formatting was all messed up and it took me way to much time to fix the added spaces that happened when I did the copy & paste.

Well I found a quick-fix and made a short video (above) to show you the problem AND my solution.

If you know of a different or better way please let me know but in the meantime, take a look-see at the video and let me know what you think

Hope to ‘see ya’ at the launch Tuesday!

The “early-bird” price is only good until Friday the 13th of June when the price goes up.

– Steve D.

White Label PLR Video Creation Options

White Label PLR Video Creation Options

white label plr video creationA private label rights video can allow you:

  • To quickly (and legally) take someone else’s work and claim it as your own.
  • To Profit from the sale of that work, again totally legal.
  • To edit the work someone else did and end up with even more profit pulling product

Would you like to know more about the options that you and your business may have when it comes to generating fabulous white label video for you to use?

Here, we will look at just that, as well as the benefits and disadvantages of each. We will also look at hosting options.

DIY

If you are on a budget and want complete creative control, DIY video creation for your white label video may be a fantastic option. This can allow you to save some money over hiring a professional firm, and allow you to do exactly what you want to.

However, this route may also take you quite a long time to generate any content that you can even use. This may be especially true if you have little to no video creating and editing skills. It may also take a long time to complete a project like this, and you might find you are not very good at it.

Hire a Firm

If you feel that your video creating talent may not be the best match for creating your own white label video material, then you may want to consider hiring a professional firm. A professional firm can help you to create great looking video that conveys just the message you are going for.

These firms may even be able to help you choose what type of video player might be best to host your private label rights video. These firms may cost a bit to hire, but the results can very much be worth it.

Hosting (With Built-in Players)

There are plenty of white label video hosting options online. All of these hosting options may cost more or less, depending upon what you need. Some of them may allow for HD video, while others might let you to do some extra programming, as well as control what ads appear on your videos.

Combined, all of these options really give you the power to reach out to your customers in a way that other free online hosting services, like Vimeo, YouTube, or Daily Motion themselves may have not allowed you to do in the past. For many, the investment of paying for video hosting that has no branding from the hosting company may be totally worth it.

Thanks for reading my post. If you have any input on the different types of video hosting services or white label videos in general, please let me know.
– Steve Dougherty