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Feb 24

Squidoo Lens Building Video Added to E-Course

If you still haven’t taken the plunge and built your first Squidoo lens then there’s no time like the present!

Maybe you’ve never made a lens, or any online content for that matter, or maybe you’re just a little intimidated?

No worries, I’ve put together a Squidoo video that will show you just how easy it is to get your first lens up and running in a matter of minutes!

You’ll find the video as part of lesson 4 of the free Long Tail Treasure affiliate e-course called Build A Squidoo Lens With Relevance.

So if you’re a visual learner or just want to see first hand how easy it is to build a basic lens then sign up for the free e-course and when lesson 4 arrives you’ll have access to the video that will put you on the right path to your first lens!

No programming required. Just point and click!

3 comments

  1. Jeremy Hier

    Thanks for the excellent video. Perfect for getting going and creating a profitable lens.
    Jeremy

  2. John

    I love the videos you make on your desktop. What software are you using to create them? Would you mind passing along that info to me?

    1. admin

      Hi John,

      Sorry for the late reply. Been away vacationing and going to conferences this past week.

      I use Camtasia Studio from techsmith. It’s pretty much an industry standard for those working on a PC. It’s not cheap, but it really rocks. They do offer a fully functional 30 day free trial that you can use to push out some video pretty quickly.

      http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.asp

      There is also another tool that’s free called camstudio. I haven’t used it but I’ve heard for a free tool it’s pretty good.

      http://camstudio.org/

      cheers,

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