Don't Tell Me How To Build a Clock, Just Tell Me What Time It Is

Do you want to learn how to do the hundreds of necessary steps to create great quality video? Maybe you do.

I wanted to. I learned how. It was lots of fun. It took lots of time, but it was a huge learning curve.

Not everyone wants to build a clock; they just want to know what time it is. Not everyone wants to fix their own car; they just want the mechanic to tell them it’s fixed and to pay the bill. The same for a broken faucet or any project where you could do-it-yourself, or pay someone to do it for you.

Most attorneys only want to practice law. For them, marketing is nothing more than an annoyance they have to deal with in order to get more clients so they can do what they enjoy, which is practicing law. Those lawyers are the ideal clients who come to me and say “I want you to create the video for me. I want it all done for me. I don’t want to know about video editing, or compression, or how to color correct, or set my white balance.  I just want to show up and start talking, and then you send me an email link where my video is so I can watch the final product.”

If you’re like the ideal attorney mentioned above, you’ve come to the right place. I developed the Lawyers’ Video Studio with exactly you in mind. I created the solution to your problem of having to learn to do it all yourself. What’s the solution?

Just show up and start talking. That’s it. We do the rest. Really. We do all of it. You don’t have to worry about any of it. Even when the video is ready, we tell the world about it. We blog about your new video. We tell all of our friends on Facebook and Twitter about your newest video.

Here’s a secret that all other video production companies won’t tell you…NONE of them offer this service. NONE, except us. How do I know? Because I’ve been to their websites and looked carefully at what they offer. I’ve called the video companies and spoken with their sales reps. I’ve spoken with the owners, and none of them are offering this.

Why not? Simple. It’s very time-consuming. It’s not directly related to creating video; therefore, they haven’t even thought to offer it.

Why do I offer it? Simple.

Creating the video is only the first step in getting someone to watch it. If you don’t tell the world about your newest video, your video will sit dormant and only your limited circle of friends and grandma will be watching your video. That will definitely not help you at all.

The second step is to use social media to tell the world about your incredible new video and how it helps your viewer solve their problem.

The bottom line: If you just want to know what time it is, give me a call; I have lots of clocks and watches here. If you want your video all done for you, call me to get you onto video today. I guarantee it’ll be a game-changer for you.


Fairfax Virginia Personal Injury Lawyer, Ben Glass, says, “Gerry Oginski is the master of online video. If you have not seen his videos, you should. He’s done more videos than any lawyer out there. The big edge that Gerry has over his competition is that his videos allow consumers to get to ‘know’ him before they even pick up the phone. His use of video on his website and his video blog is amazing.”

Ben Glass, Esq.,, Fairfax, Virginia, 703-591-9829


Gerry is a seasoned New York medical malpractice trial lawyer who has created over 240 informative videos to help consumers understand how lawsuits work in the State of New York. To see how Gerry has used video to promote his own law practice, take a look at his New York Medical Malpractice Video Blog.

Gerry created the Lawyers’ Video Studio to help other lawyers get onto video. To get started with creating video to market your legal services, Gerry offers a simple and cost-effective video creation system where he does everything for you except appear on camera, click here to learn more.

You can reach Gerry personally at 516-487-8207 or by e-mail at He welcomes your call.

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The nice thing that we’re doing here is that we’re targeting specific cases, specific case types, specific injuries where everybody is searching for these things on the web.
If you don’t do TV advertising, it’s an absolute must. If you do TV advertising, it’s a great piece of the puzzle. The difference with this is that they’re already on the internet searching for an attorney or searching for answers regarding a problem that they have. So it’s already targeted to those people.

Paul Hernandez
Kalfus & Nachman