A Tour of Easy Video Player 2 – Behind The Scenes (General Settings)

Welcome to my newest video – this time, I’ve donned the air hostess outfit, and am giving you a guided tour!

 

Oh, ok, so maybe I don’t have an air hostess outfit, but I am still giving you a tour – this video shows you behind the scenes of Easy Video Player 2, and goes through all of the general settings so that you can see all the various features that it offers.

 

You may recall a while ago I created a free report on Easy Video Player as I had lots of questions about it (being inquisitive by nature!) – that’s on this post if you want to see that (oh, and look out for the video of me!):

http://nikkistephens.com/video-marketing/understanding-easy-video-player-questions/

 

Well, this is the next step – actually going into EVP and having a good rummage around!

 

However, this video is only showing you the general settings – I had enough trouble keeping the video length down just doing this part! So my next video is going to be going through the advanced settings where we’ll get a little more technical.

 

But for now, this should give you a pretty good idea of what Easy Video Player can offer…

and a little taster for what’s to come next time!

 

So without further ado, here’s the posh girl!      Oh, and look out for a picture of my boyfriend that snuck in there as well…

 

 

Remember, this video is just showing you the general settings – not the advanced ones!

 

If you’re interested, you can see the offical Easy Video Player page here: Easy Video Player 2

 

I hope that you found this useful, and that it’s given you a much clearer idea of what EVP can offer to you and to your business?  Make sure you check back soon for the video on the advanced settings!

 

Please leave me a comment below, and please share this post as I’m sure other people may also be asking about Easy Video Player (or they may just want to listen to the Posh Girl!).

 

Thanks for watching (and for flying with Nikki Airlines!)

 

Take care,

 

Nikki

 

P.S. Yes, I know I’ve been a bit rubbish in keeping up with Barry’s Video Challenge – you can see what everyone else has been doing here: http://barry-wells.com/the-video-blog-challenge/ – loads of really useful information, and all for free!




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  1. Barry Wells
    Barry Wells says:

    Hi Nikki,

    Another great video tour that will help people understand what they need to do when they get their hands on EVP. It does look really good and easy to use. I know I’ll be getting it when the time is right 😉

    I have to agree about displaying the controls, there’s not much more annoying than landing on a video that auto plays and doesn’t allow us to pause it. If the door goes or I have any other interruptions then the video won’t get watched a second time.

    I’m looking forward to the next one on the advanced settings :)

    Thanks for mentioning and linking to the video blog challenge, much appreciated Nikki, thanks :)

    Catch you later mate,
    Barry
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    Nikki Reply:

    Hey Barry,

    Just wait until I show you all the advanced settings as well, as that’s when EVP really comes into its own! I’m glad you’ve enjoyed this first video.

    Yep, it annoys me when you can’t pause videos – if someone makes a good point then I might want to pause it while I write a note down, so if I can’t then I just get frustrated and click away…

    As for the video challenge, I’m disappointed in myself that it’s taken me so long to get this video done as it means I’m behind in the challenge. Oh well, life happens!!

    Thanks for commenting & I’ll catch up with you soon,

    Nikki

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  2. Sally
    Sally says:

    Hey Nikki,

    Awwww I think you should get an air hostess uniform 😉

    2.3.3 ha ha ha ha ha – my fav part (not sure why but made me smile)- love your lil giggle 😀

    I have been using EVP for agessssssssssssss and I have to say it’s one of the best purchases I have made online AND one of the most important purchases – second only to Aweber.

    Because Josh is a marketer I think he knew what most video player software lacked… so he made sure EVP covered it, a great package that anyone who uses video must have in their marketing tools.

    One of my fav features is the splash image… because we can choose whichever one we want so I love this – can certainly use this to encourage people to click play 😀

    And…

    Split testing videos is massively important, I mean we split test most other things so why not videos – most people DON’T which is silly cos we all know split testing can be very effective.

    Great video yet again, clear and straight to the point as always.

    Sally :) x

    ps. had to squeeze in Chris scoffing pizza ahahahahaha, love it!
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    Nikki Reply:

    Hey Sally,

    Ha ha – I’m sure Chris would probably agree with you about the uniform! I wonder if I could get one in purple…

    EVP has so many great features, so I’m loving that I have the opportunity to share them all – you’re right, it’s such a useful tool for marketers.

    I love the splash image option, it makes videos look so much more professional (except for when I put pictures of Chris eating pizza on there!) and it’s definitely something I’ll be using on my sales pages.

    I only really touched on the surface of the functionality of EVP in this video; the next one will go into more depth for the advanced settings, but really it’s one of those things that you need to get in there and play with it.

    After all, no-one will know your product like you do!

    Thanks for popping over here, catch up with you soon!

    Nikki xx

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  3. Terry Conti
    Terry Conti says:

    Hi Nikki,

    How goes it? I hope all is well. It’s good to be back blogging. It’s good to be here at your blog. Video player 2 looks interesting. I want to know more about programs such as this.

    There are few that I know of. Looking forward to your next blog post. Catch you later Nikki,

    Terry Conti
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  4. igor Griffiths
    igor Griffiths says:

    Well Hello Nikki, thanks for making the video, I found it originally on Barry’s Blog challenge Pinterest page.

    Thanks for finally convincing me to take the plunge and invest in EVP, just as Sally says it has plenty of essential tools for marketers not least the ability to track all of your video stats from one place.

    I look forward to learning and making the most of this software with your help of course!

    igor
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