UPDATE: I’ve updated this comparison review to reflect changes in both Instant Video Wizard and Content Samurai since the post was first written. Both online video creators have dropped significantly in price since then and Instant Video Wizard has had a user interface re-design, now reflected in the screenshots below.
There’s a new video creation tool on the block called Instant Video Wizard which has just gone on sale today.
You may have seen a previous post I wrote about my favorite video creation tool – Content Samurai. I also have a more extensive review of Content Samurai here.
I got an opportunity to get an early look at …
UPDATE: As of July 2018, the Chrome browser is now placing a Not Secure label to the left of http:// format web addresses in the browser address bar. That should be an incentive to get your site upgraded to use the https:// prefix, as well as the additional reasons below…
If you’re a member of Wealthy Affiliate, my #1 recommended affiliate-marketing course, you’ll have received an email from founder Kyle about the introduction of free SSL certificates for WordPress sites built and hosted on their SiteRubix system (members get free webhosting).
What is SSL And Why Is It Important?
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, a technical …
Every so often, I’m prompted to write a diatribe about some experience I’ve had. In this post, I thought I’d relate some bad customer service experiences I’ve recently had.
I’m an older dude who still plays video games.
I was there when Pong, the original tennis game made an appearance. And I’m still playing games several decades later. I’m in my 50s, btw, not some geriatric button masher. Not yet, anyway.
Video games aren’t just the preserve of the young!
I also like the Zombie genre. I bought a game called State of Decay back in 2014 which is a game that tests your survival skills following the Zombie Apocalypse.
Internet marketer Luke Maguire has not had a product launch in over a year. He’s responsible for products like Instamate and InstaEasy.
Turns out he’s been off following a new passion – learning all about cryptocurrency.
And now he’s back with a new software tool for cryptocurrency newbies and enthusiasts called CryptoSuite. And this tool is designed to make it far, far easier to pick winning trades.
We’ve all heard that “The Money Is In The List” and that’s certainly true. But the money’s also in cryptocurrencies too. It’s just that investing and trading is a lot riskier than building an email list.
Luke has created a tutorial video…
Iolo recently launched a new product called Phoenix 360.
Through to the end of April you save 50% on this PC protection and tune-up software. This brings the cost of Phoenix 360 down from $79.95 to $39.97! This is a significant discount, as the RRP for all of the separate titles within Phoenix 360 is actually $239.65!
Phoenix 360 provides total performance, protection and privacy for your digital life. It is a suite of 7 integrated software products and multi-device applications that optimize the speed and stability of your computers, identify and remove malware, viruses, adware and spyware, protects and secures your online identity by helping ensure anonymous browsing, stops ad-trackers, …
Content Samurai is an online video maker that I regularly use now. It makes the process of creating videos very simple. It’s pretty much all point and click with a small bit of copy and paste.
I have a full review of Content Samurai here on one of my other sites.
A new feature has just been added to the tool – the ability to add motion video backgrounds into your videos. These appear behind your text and adding them into your productions is as simple as clicking a mouse.
Adding an animated video background, or several of them, into your videos has fantastic benefits:
Moving images attract the eye …
I got on the cryptocurrency train back in 2013 when I converted an old gaming PC into a mining rig.
I mined various coins and sold them off almost as fast as I generated them.
Buying Bitcoin directly back then was quite difficult. I eventually found someone locally who would sell me Bitcoin if I paid with a credit card. However, he charged a 5% “administration” fee.
That seemed expensive at the time. But then, Bitcoin was selling in the $100-$400 range.
At the end of 2013, it shot up to $1,200 in value. A 3X to 12X gain on my investment (depending on when I bought Bitcoin).
You only know when …