Why Adding Original Related Video Content To A Product Review Is Cool
Last Update: May 31, 2018
Adding Original Video
This morning, I got a chance to video record and upload to YouTube, my grandson Kenji telling me about a dream that he had last night. I took advantage of the opportunity to record his retelling because recently, I completed an Amazon Product Review and published it last week Wednesday about a dream book.
There are already several beautifully related images. Also, links to the "In Your Dreams The Ultimate Dream Dictionary by Mary Summer, along with a few pictures I have taken of my copy. I'm thinking that I should remove One image and replace it with the YouTube video that I made this morning of Kenji telling me about his dream. He wasn't the only one that had a dream in my household last night, my daughter Jasmine had one too.
Video of my grandson Kenji telling me about last night's dream
In the video's description area, I briefly write about my daughter's dream. What stands out the most to me, is the fact that my 8 year old grandson is having dreams of getting shot at school. To me, a parent and grandparent supposedly unaffected, in reality, to observe that this is a problem in our country.
Dreams are an indication or warning to the dreamer that something, or some situation that needs addressing, and like I have said in my review and in the video, that this book has helped me over the years that I have been using it. Now it's helping my grandson.
I'm beginning to understand that, there are millions, if not billions of products on Amazon, and if I search among my own belongings, that I may find something to review, that I already own. Chances are, that a similar, if not the very same product will be listed for sale on Amazon. Makes things WAY EASIER for me!
Many people like visuals, so you’re right creating video to go with your content makes sense! Great job!
Yes Marcus, visuals are attractive.
This video is the video I'm using on the Blog post. It's a little over a minute long and I'm wondering if I should change it to the video instead of the link that redirects to the video?
Both work, but I think it’s better to have the actual video within your content.
Yes, I agree. The problem is that it's still a shows as a link. However, at least it opens directly to the video. :)
Hopefully, one day perhaps, I'll figure out how to get the video itself posted on my website. Going to read about that right now from the WA links that a few members have referred me to on my last question that I posted. There is quite a few referrals and suggestions that I can try out! :)
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