An UBER for Video

Posted January 15, 2020
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Uber is the world's biggest taxi company, but they don't own a single taxi.

Airbnb is the world's biggest hotel chain, but they don't own a single hotel.

These companies, and so many like them, are the product of using the web to leverage off of existing, but under utilized assets, like that spare room in your house that now brings in a few thousand a month.

But why not do the same with video?

If you have an iPhone or smartphone, you have, in effect, a spare room in your house to rent out.

There is no longer any question that smart phones are broadcast quality video - and they also edit, add music, graphics and 'share' and all for no cost. 

Pretty incredible. 

AND there are 3.5 billion of them in the world at last count.

So why not MONETIZE your iPhone - and start to make some money out of it.

Hey, I did not write iPhone Millionaire for nothing.

To do this, we are partnering with METRO, the free European newspaper and Done by Friday, a European ad agency.

How does this work?

This weekend, we are running the first of what will be many intensive 2-day video bootcamps in Brussels, at the offices of METRO to teach people exactly how to use the video capacity on their phones to create AND SELL - And get PAID for online videos, advertising, etc... 

We are going to create an UBER for video.

If you want to be a part of this, there are still a few places left.

But hurry.

It's a whole new world. Be a part of it. 


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