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Useability Instructions

There are Three Basic Ways to Use Your WebPrez Videos:


1) Add the Videos to Your Website Pages

2) Send the Videos Out by Email

3) Play the Videos off Your Laptop or Tablet



1) Add the Videos to Your Website:


The best way to add videos to your website is to create separate pages for each video, and to embed the videos directly onto those pages.  This will play your videos within your website - not over it. 


Click Here for an Example


To do this, first locate the video on your video dashboard, and click on the [Embed Video] button. Then simply copy and paste the embed code into your web page editor. You can also adjust the size of the video by changing the dimensions within the embed code. 


IMPORTANTBe sure to use the video titles - not the video topics. For example, use: Convert Your 401k or IRA into Tax Free Income” – not the topic “Max Funded IUL.  And if you do not know how to edit your own web pages, we recommend that you assign this task to your website developer. 



2) Send the Videos Out by Email:


To send out your videos in personal email messages, you simply sign in to your WebPrez video dashboard, and locate the video you want to send. Then click on the green [Email Video] button, enter the name and email address of the person you want to send it to, and type in whatever you want to say to them.  There is a default message already set up, but you can edit and save any changes you choose to make.  Then click the [Send Email] button, and the message will be delivered over your photo and contact information.


You should make it a habit to begin collecting email addresses at every opportunity. You can ask for business cards (which include email addresses) or simply ask people this question: “If I send you a short video by email, on (topic) – will you watch it?” If the person says “yes” (which almost everyone does), then you ask for their email address, and send them the video. You can do this in person or by phone.


IMPORTANT:  You cannot broadcast an email message from your video dashboard.  However, you can broadcast from any email database delivery system (like iContact.com).  To do this, you simply copy and paste the blue web link from your video dashboard (below the video topic) directly into any email message you create.   Your video link will appear in the receiver's inbox as blue hypertext (meaning that it is a "live" link), and the recipient only needs to click on that link to open and play your video.


Or if you prefer, you can copy and paste the video graphic from the email messenger.  To do this, place your cursor over the graphic, and left click to frame the image.  Then right click to bring up the menu, and left click on "Copy".  Go into your email delivery program, open the message you want to use, right click to bring up the menu, and left click on "Paste".  Your video graphic link is now in your email message.



3) Play the Videos Off Your Laptop or Tablet:


One of the best ways to use your videos is to play them for people during a meeting in someone's home or office, in a coffee shop, hotel lobby or seminar presentation.  But if you do not have an internet connection for these meetings, you must first install the Offline Player and download your videos onto the hard drive of your laptop or tablet - including both iPads and Android devices. 

To do this, just sign in to your video dashboard while on your laptop or tablet, click on the [Offline Player] button in the column on the right, and follow the installation process.   A "WebPrez" icon will be set up on your desktop screen, and when you click on it, each of your videos will display an [Install] button.  After you download each one, you will then be able to play them full screen - without an internet connection.


IMPORTANT:  Each video must be installed separately, which can take up to two minutes each - depending on your internet connection and available bandwidth during the installation process.

Here's how you should introduce a video in a "face to face" situation: “I have a short video that will quickly explain an important aspect of your financial security that you should know about. May I show it to you?”