Do you watch videos on YouTube? It’s nearly 99% certain that you do. There are millions of videos on there and people are always checking it out to find out how to do something, cook a meal, string a guitar, check out the latest fashions, songs, shows, watch cartoons, old films you name it, there’s a video about it on Youtube. You may have already watched something on it todaybut did you always want to be able to upload your own videos to Youtube? Did you think it was too difficult?
Not any more because the Wizard is nearly here – Instant Video Wizard. It is not available yet but it will be on sale 2 October 2017.
create a video on any subject you want
add narration, automatically, using a script you can provide or edit
add your own video
add your own voice over
translate into other languages
produce an MP4
Upload directly to your channel on Youtube or download to your computer.
This is just some of what it can do. Add in a database of PLR articles and ArticleBuilder articles on just about any subject you can think of and you can create and upload thousands of professional looking and sounding videos in a short time, ready for your visitors to search for and watch.
A browser is a program that you use for reading pages on the Internet, such as MSN or Google. There are a lot of different browsers that you can use. Some examples of browsers are Internet Explorer or Chrome or Opera. Firefox is also a browser. It can be used for reading pages on the Internet.
Firefox has a big advantage over those other browsers. It is easy to change the settings to use a proxy. A proxy is a computer address that you can use instead of your actual computer address. If you use a proxy, other sites on the Internet will think you are located somewhere that you are not.
Your computer normally uses its own Internet Protocol or IP address when browsing the Internet. The IP address tells the other site where to send the information you want. If you want the information but you don’t want the other site to know that it is YOUR computer that wants it, you can use a secret address called a Proxy, instead.
This is how to change the proxy in Firefox. It is easy. It is VERY IMPORTANT to remember to clear the PRIVACY settings in Firefox before setting the Proxy. These should also be cleared after you have finished using the proxy.
This is Firefox. This is the front page that opens when you open the Firefox browser. If you do not already have Firefox on your computer, you can download it from Mozilla-Firefox. Just search for it in your preferred search engine.
Open the Firefox page. In the top right hand corner, there are three horizontal bars. These open the settings menu. Click once on the 3 bars. In the middle column, you will see a round icon labelled settings. Click once on that. This opens a new tab, with all the settings you can change.
We only need to use two areas in this, the privacy and the advanced. These are both on the left hand navigation menu.
First, click on the privacy tab. Make sure you check the Tracking Box at the top. Under history, make sure you set it to NEVER remember history. Just below this is a blue link that says clear all current history. Click this and it opens a dialogue box. Make sure you check the time range box to say EVERYTHING. Then make sure all the boxes below are checked. Then click on the clear now box.
Setting The Proxy
Second, now click on the advanced tab in the left hand navigation panel. Along the top are 5 tabs. The middle one is called Network. Click on this. On this page, there are boxes on the right hand side. The top one is called Settings. Click on this. That opens a dialogue box called Connection Settings.
At the top of this dialogue box, there are 4 radio buttons. Probably the top one is checked, called no proxy. That means your computer is sending its correct address to any site that you visit. If you want to use a proxy, click on the 4th radio button, called Manual Proxy Configuration.
You can now enter your proxy, which will be 4 groups of numbers, separated by a full stop or period. They will look like 1234.555.67.890 There may be different amounts of numbers in each group. You also need to add the port number. The proxy and the port number will be given to you by the company you purchase your proxies from. It is important to add BOTH the proxy number AND the port number. If you do not add the port number, the proxy will not work.
Now, check the box below that says use this proxy server for all protocols. That copies the proxy settings into the boxes below.
Now just click on the OK button at the bottom and you are done. You have now set a proxy. You can close the options page and use the main Firefox page to reach the page you want.
After Finishing With The Proxy
When you have finished using that proxy, follow the same procedure in reverse. On the advanced / network / settings page, click the top radio button to say no proxy and click on OK. Now go to the privacy page and click on clear all current history.
There are other videos that show how to set the proxy. They do not have any dialogue. They also do not explain about ensuring privacy, however, you may find one or more of them useful as a quick reminder.
This video is only 90 seconds long and shows an older version of Firefox, which some may find useful. The principles are the same.
The next video is only 75 seconds long and runs through pretty fast. Again, it does not tell you about privacy but it (quickly) shows a screen capture of setting up the proxy. But remember to set the privacy settings before and after changing your proxy!
Jonathan Leger just launched a new MEGA content tool that I have been using and love! It found me a valuable new keyword in a niche I work in and wrote me an article, with a graphic and a video that I was just able to edit and then publish straight onto a blog.
What Jon has done is basically taken all of the best content tools, made them better and put them all into one MEGA tool. But he didn’t stop there! He also added some new tools that combined make the best content tool ever made in my opinion!
Listen, we all know the old saying, “content is king.” If you’ve been around the Internet Marketing space for very long, you know it’s true.
You need good content, and lots of it, if you want to get anywhere online. Up until now the problem has been GETTING that content.
– You can pay for it, but that gets expensive and most paid writers aren’t experts in your niche
– You can write it yourself, but you have other things to do than to sit around writing all day!
– You can copy it from other sources, but that’s … a crime! … and Google frowns on it too.
Jon’s new tool basically cuts out the challenges and makes it much easier to get quality content in any niche.
Well, this new product currently has FIVE different tools within it:
1. A research tool that helps you to quickly and easily filter through the garbage to find quality content that you can use to create awesome, research based content.
2. A Rewriting tool that helps you to rewrite killer articles in a SNAP! Seriously, I’m talking less than a couple minutes.
3. A spinning tool that allows you to take any article and generate unique versions of it. NO, spinning is not dead. As a matter of fact, spinning is alive and well to those who know how to use it. This tool is brain-dead simple so you WILL know how to use it.
4. A template article tool that provides LOADS of awesome templates you can use to QUICKLY create an article in any niche based on proven templates that people love.
5. A formatted article editor that allows you to create styled articles in a snap.
This mega-tool also allows you to automatically post your new articles directly to your WordPress blog!
Don’t want to produce the content yourself? No problem.
This tool comes pre-loaded with more than 100,000 articles in 182 different categories and sub-categories that you can do with as you please and claim as author!
It is also integrated with ArticleBuilder.net which produces an unlimited number of super-spun articles on LOADS of different topics.
Get this amazing content tool. You’ll be glad you did.
It’s The Future
Still on the fence? You can see TextSuite operating on the sales page. Since buying this tool, I have created 14 projects in different areas (or niches) with an average of 4 articles in each, many of which I have posted to various web sites and blogs. The posted articles mostly contain at least one video and several pictures and TextSuite found these for me and inserted them into the articles. It also has a “trending” section where the latest searches and trends can be picked up. I used this to create a new article on cell phone technology on the moon. It took a couple of minutes. Read it now:
“ET call home”. Do you remember that phrase from the the 80s film ET? Maybe you are too young to remember but a young extra terrestrial (ET) was left behind on earth when his spaceship had to leave in an emergency. He cobbled together a galactic telephone to call the ship to come back and pick him up.
Well now, science has caught up with science fiction and the next lot of astronauts on the moon will be able to call home from a cell phone using a cell phone tower on the moon.
A German company Called Part-Time Scientists (PTScientists), plans to place an unmanned lander and rover near the landing site of Apollo 17 in late 2018. This will erect the first lunar cell phone tower to communicate with Earth. That means an astronaut walking on the moon could use a smartphone to call home.
Science fiction often leads the way, for science to follow. But of course, science often provides the spur for the fiction writer to develop an idea whose time has not yet come. What next?
Do You Want To Be Able To Do This?
If you want to be able to research articles, rewrite PLR, write on trending topics AND easily add videos and graphics to your articles, then you need TextSuite.