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Produce a Sizzling Demo Video
for a Tsunami of Bookings

Vinh GiangGuest Expert:

Vinh Giang
(About Vinh)

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The Program:

How’s your demo video doing for you? Most speakers have no idea. They *think* it is doing fine as they get some bookings. But their video is also turning off potential buyers and they’ll never know. Do the majority of potential buyers who watch your demo contact you for a booking? How do you know what percentage are watching and not making an inquiry?

If you don’t take a methodical look at the what your viewers like and the results of your demo video, you have no idea how much business you are losing. You would be bummed if you knew.

You can take a more scientific approach to not only what’s in your video, but how well it brings you business. You can conduct A/B tests with various demos to see which yield more bookings. You can create a video that sells you so well your bureau partners will love how their clients clamor to book you.

Vinh has taken an analytical approach to his demo video by doing split tests, tracking performance, and tweaking his demo to increase his bookings. He mixes this with his theatrical performance techniques to create a sizzling, unique demo. He shares here how you can apply what he’s learned, even if you are on a tight budget, to put together a demo that will bring you more business.

You will learn how:

  • Vinh determined what didn’t work in speakers’ videos so he could know what to avoid
  • to know what catches prospects’ and bureaus’ attention that keeps them watching to the end
  • to find and use resources on a budget
  • to produce a monthly stream of video updates to keep bureaus and clients interested in you throughout the year

More about our guest expert:

With only 6 months to graduate, Vinh Giang left his degree in commerce and law to become an online magic teacher, ultimately building a hugely successful online business, 52kards, which now serves over 800,000 students all around the world. This earned him the award of Top Young Entrepreneur in Australia.

Vinh Giang’s real magic journey began when he finally understood what Robert Houdin (an amazing magician) meant when he said, “A magician is an actor playing the part of the magician.” Once Vinh understood the meaning behind this quote, he focused all his energy on studying the art of performance and not the art of presentation. He has spent the last 15 years mastering the art of performance-enhanced communication, helping thousands of professionals worldwide to learn these skills.

Vinh is also the CEO of Luminary Productions, which produces exceptional video for individuals and companies all around the globe.


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