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New Private Streaming Video Service Helps Coaches Sell Videos via S3 Amazon AWS

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As more consultants and coaches move to the internet to market their training videos online the S3 Amazon AWS account seems like a good distribution solution except for one thing – it requires technical skills. Announcing a new private streaming video service.

Birmingham, United States – July 18, 2014

/PressCable/ — A new private streaming video service was announced today to help coaches set up distribution of their digital products via S3 Amazon AWS.

When Amazon, the leader in online product sales, created their S3 service they were trying to make it easy for entrepreneurs to deliver digital products, including audio and video, to their customers.

For coaches who want to distribute audio and video training programs to their customers this seemed like the perfect solution.

There is just one problem. It can be difficult and time consuming to set up.
The issue for most entrepreneurs is the technical side of set up and the time it takes to upload the videos. As a result, many coaches who are not technically inclined or don’t have the time to deal with it give up or have to search for someone who knows how.

That is why the owner of Miracle Tutorials, a video tutorial service, decided to provide a solution.
Miracle Tutorials is a free website built by artist/web designer Rudolf Boogerman who created tutorials to help people learn how to create videos and distribute online.

When he first started teaching Rudolf found there was a major issue. He discovered that using traditional services like Vimeo or Youtube to distribute videos meant the videos were easy to steal.

Video creators often find their videos hacked, tampered with or copied and distributed on other people’s sites. It also is not easy to set up a way to sell them.

To solve the first problem, Rudolf developed a WordPress plugin called S3Media Stream that helps to protect videos from theft. Combined with Amazon’s web product distribution services (AWS) the plugin provides a good solution for anyone who wants to distribute their videos online.

The issue for most video creators, though, is not just prevention of loss since the plugin takes care of that issue but actually setting up the S3 AWS account itself.

Because it takes some technical skill to set up the account properly, Rudolf found that most of his students preferred to have someone do it for them.

This week he announced a new service that includes set up of the S3 Amazon AWS account, the secure plugin and loading of up to 10 videos.

It is available to anybody who wants to get their account set up without the hassle of doing the technical work themselves.

Once the AWS account is set up then the account owner can choose whether to distribute their videos or audios free or sell them via a private link to their customers.

The new service does not include set up of the payment system for owners to capture sales due to the fact that there are so many options for them.

Get more information on the private streaming video service including S3Media Stream plugin and the S3 Amazon AWS service here.

Contact Info:
Name: Roxanne Batson
Email: rox@bigmoosemarketing.com
Organization: Big Moose Marketing
Website: http://www.bigmoosemarketing.com
Phone: 205-588-1667

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