Minisite Design Videos: Set-up & Run Your Profit Minisites by watching Minisite Videos.

Smyrna, Georgia (PressExposure) June 18, 2007 -- announces the release of 49 series of narrated minisite videos aimed at teaching non-designing marketers, ezine publishers and web owners how to become their own webmasters in as little as 48 hours. The minisite videos come in a single CD-rom format with 49 folders you can double-click and watch. The mini-site creation video series involves six hours of video watching, listening, learning, taking notes and taking action. Web owners can now do all the work that they used to out-source to web designers.

The beauty of the minisite video series is that there is no membership site to join, no monthly fees, and you are not forced to watch the minisite videos online unlike most other minisites videos out there.

The focus on these web design videos are on minisite creation because minisites are easy to create and set-up, easy to maintain, and they are quick profit-generating.

The minisite video website itself is the greatest proof that these minisite videos work and speak for itself. (the minisite was setup after watching the minisite video tutorials).

Website owners and info-marketers can now save themselves the disappointment, frustrations, energy, time and money by watching these minisite videos. The minisite videos are quick, easy and walks net-entrepreneurs step-by-simple-step through all the process involved in setting up their own order-pulling, money-making mini websites.

"Online mini-site owners can take the destiny of their business by the horns with these minisite videos or they can take what their web designers throws at them. Video learning increases retention and recall three-fold unlike reading a boring ebook or listening to tapes on minisite creation," says U. Geoff, the webmaster []


[] is a teach yourself minisite design video site aimed at helping 'netpreneurs' to become their own webmasters. Sixty five to 75% of the population are visual learners. Ten percent are tactile learners and another 10% are auditory. Therefore, watching minisite videos combines the three and increases retention and recall by 95%. Minisite videos is the best way to acquire minisite design skills.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 17, 2007 at 3:28 am
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