**Google Video is Over**

Google Video

If you have videos hosted by Google Video, you must have gotten that terminal email letting you know that Google Video is gone. Kaput. Over. Done. They stopped accepting videos two years ago. However, they continued to host the videos that had been uploaded. Well, that’s over too. Now, they’re simply ending Google Video. Finished.

What does that mean if you have older videos hosted by Google Video? It means you must manually download each of those videos to your computer and then must manually upload them to video sharing sites like YouTube. That kind of stinks, especially when you have a lot of videos on there.

There’s one more important point you need to know. Most video on Google video is in standard definition. That means it’s in a square box and the quality is nowhere near as good as what we have now in hi-definition.

What does that mean for you if you have lots of older videos like I do on Google video? It means one of two things.
(1) Do the download exercise and waste lots of time uploading crappy video with outdated technology or…
(2) Create a brand new video library, using similar content, using hi-def technology. The search engines love fresh new content.

How can you create a fresh new video library that the search engines love? The answer is by joining our lawyers video studio total online platinum video success program. You create 50 videos in a one-day video shoot.

For lawyers who realize how important video is to market their practice, the end of Google video is simply an opportunity for you. It’s not the downfall of another video sharing site, but rather the chance to create new relevant content that your viewers need and want to know.

To see if we are a good fit for you, I encourage you to call my production manager Kathleen at 1-800-320-4314 or by email Kathleen@lawyersvideostudio.com and set up your free phone consultation with me. I look forward to your call.

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