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You know video is the ultimate medium for marketing your business – but it takes time and skills to make a video right? WRONG!

I’m going to show you how to use a free Google tool to source images, edit these into a video, add music, produce your video and upload it to YouTube in 5 minutes or less!

Better yet you don’t need to have a camera, editing software or any video skills.  If you can type your name into a search engine you can use this method.

ALL EXCUSES FOR NOT USING VIDEO MARKETING HAVE JUST BEEN ERASED.

You can simply and quickly create a video for your business like the one Google used for their Superbowl ad and like this one of ours:

The Video Tool I used for this video is “Google Search Stories Video Creator” at: http://www.youtube.com/searchstories

But rather than just sending you to the link, I want to show you HOW to create your Google Search Story video.

I put our video together (above) after watching a tutorial by Video Marketing Wizz (and good friend), Pam Brossman of  “Video Marketing Campus” and www.SocialMediaWoman.com Thanks Pam for letting me share this video:

So watch the videos and then create your very own “Search Story”.  You can have a marketing video “as good as Google’s” minutes from now.

If you are ready to really step up your video marketing, then I highly recommend Pam, and her Husband Steve’s, “Fast Video Results” course – Click here to view more details and subscribe to their website to get notified of their new training videos – they’re all awesome!

Love your comments, feedback, tweets, shares, posts, pings and make sure to leave a link to your ‘Search Story’ video (once you create it) with your comment below.

If you are still deciding if video marketing is right for your business – then you should consider these incredible video viewer numbers from conSure.

YouTube’s been on a high-speed growth upswing. Last month, YouTube became the 4th most visited site on the web after it beat out Microsoft’s Live.com and MSN, with 85.1 million U.S. visitors.

That number may not truly reflect the viewership of the web’s most popular video website, though. According to some astounding numbers from comScore, online video is surging as 8.9 billion videos were viewed by 120.3 million U.S. citizens in July. That’s over 1/3 of the entire U.S. population. Just as astounding is that over 21 billion videos were viewed on the Internet according to the new numbers.

Read the full article from Ben Parr at Mashable.com here: YouTube Now Has Over 120 Million U.S. Viewers