Attention Span Control: Engagement Basics

How to engage website visitors & keep them glued to your pages


* 0.01 chapter:Today's topic: Engagement Basics*
Welcome everybody to the Attention Span Control Live Workshop. This is Engagement Basics. We are going to start right now. If you have any questions, please, use the questions tab or email us at

*0.31 chapter:Quick Peek of Eyeball Glue*
I am going to do something that you do not normally see on these workshops. I am going to give you a tiny peek at the subject of today's workshop and I'll give you a little demo here. Be advised. In order for you to get the most out of this workshop, you will need to stay until the very end.
You may ask yourself why? That's because I decided to give away two very valuable things today. One of them everyone on the call today can get for free and it's a very smart thing to stick around for.
We polled some people form the last couple of events and we asked them two questions. No.1: What single thing could we do to help them accelerate their business and No.2: What would make these workshops more efficient, more useful and effective in helping you and your business.
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There were a few comments that we took very seriously. Most of the suggestions were kind of similar to each other. We listened to them all, anyways. And we found a way to deliver all of these requests in one fell swoop for free.
So you got to be on the call to take advantage of this and no. No purchases are necessary. Just your time and your attention today. Okay?
Now, there is one more reason to stick around but this one I am going to keep it a big secret. Suffice it to say that you are going to want to be here in about an hour.
I want to respect your time so we will leave those things for about 60 minutes from now. Set your alarms and we will hit that in about 60 minutes. No. You won't be able to snooze or take a nap until then. That is not going to work. Make sure that you turn off your cell phones, shut off your TVs and any distractions and let's get busy.

* 2.20 chapter:Take notes. What is unusual on the page?*
Now, before I begin, go ahead and take a second to grab a pen and a piece of paper or open Notepad on your computer. I am going to ask you to write something down here in just a minute. But I will give you 30 seconds to go ahead and get your note taking ready. Go ahead and do that. Grab a pen, grab a paper, grab some notes. All right. I think that is probably long enough. We will move forward.
Now, before I show you the next screen, I am going to show you an Eyeball Glue page. Please look at it very closely and I want you to write down anything that you see that is unusual.
What I mean by that is everything you see that happens on the page and you don't see it happens on normal websites or old school websites that you visit, that are not using the Eyeball Glue.
Just write down some brief bullet points describing what you see that is different from normal or typical old style web pages. Then we will cover your notes in the faq later.
Let me go and show you what we are talking about here. Quick demonstration. I will turn up my volume to make sure you can hear this. All right. Here we go.
[4.04 - 4.49 video playing] Okay.
That is what I wanted to show you there. Take your notes for just a second here. And that is the quick peak of the Eyeball Glue.

*5.06 chapter:Your host today*
For those of you who don't know me, my name is Nicholas LaPolla. I've been a programmer for over 25 years. I've developed web applications for over 15 years. I am the creator of Eyeball Glue for Websites, Simple Video Pro, Simple Video Pro Interactive, FanBuzz and many other pieces of software. When we launched Simple Video Pro back in 2012, we were the top grossing WSO in 2012 and we still hold that record today. SVP's second launch was also well into six figures and we have multiple, high, six-figure and seven-figure launches like Video Maker Fx and Explaindio under our belts.
I live in California with my family. These are my three boys, my wife, the white dog. I am an avid studier of martial arts. I am trained in the martial art called Kuk Sool Won. I got my black belt in 2007, my first black belt. That is a picture of me there. Very, very good moment of my life. Right there. Big accomplishment.

*6.15 chapter:Reality check*
Before we get going I want to do a reality check. The reality check is this. No matter how much work you do on a typical website, the average online visitor leaves that website within about 30 seconds so you don't have a lot of time to get their attention. Unless they are engaged on your page, if they are captured, if their curiosity is picked, or they are distracted or their lack of interest is overcomed, frankly, basically, you are screwed.
You can't simply build websites like they did in 1999 or even in 2006. You can't do it. Your web page absolutely has to grab people. It has to entertain them. It has to engage with them. You have to be able to interact, in multiple ways with your viewers. That is what we are talking about today: the basics of engagement and interaction.
You also, of course, need to inform them and deliver what they want. You need to deliver what they are looking for, but get it to them quickly in the way that they want it. And we do that by putting the viewer in control of what they are seeing. Lastly, you need to be contiguous, you need to be synchronized. You can't have disjointed pieces of content. You can't have your video talking about something different than what they are seeing. It is just not going to work and it is going to shut them down.

*8.05 chapter:User engagement 101. Types of engagement*
Here is User Engagement 101. This is the basics. There are three basic types of visitor engagement.
No.1. You have your on page direct user engagement. We will cover all of these in a little bit more detail.
No.2. You have to engage users eyes to control their attention spans.
Then you have interactive user engagement. We will cover more of that in the Advanced Workshop and how to set that out.

*8.42 chapter:On page direct user engagement. Comments*
On page direct user engagement. There's a few simple ways to do this. One is user comments. Like the standard Wordpress blog comment section. These are actually really good because they let people express themselves.
They add a conversational field to a page when you have people commenting and then you are replying or someone is replying, maybe your staff. Or they start interacting and replying to each other. It creates a real conversation that people can engage in. Then they can participate in the creation of the content on that page.
It is also really good for SEO because, as the page content grows it causes the search engine bots to come back and see, every time it is updated.

*9.35 chapter:Engagement via Facebook Comments*
Now there is a better way to do comments on your pages and that is Facebook comments.
Let me give you an example of Facebook comments.
Here is a screen that has got Facebook comments on it. This is one of our tutorial screens that we did and you can see, here, it's got all of the people commenting. These are really, really easy to manage. You can moderate them very easily. The key here is that people have to actually be logged in to Facebook to make these comments.
When you comment back to them, they actually get tagged. They get a notification whenever you reply to one of the people or, if anybody new comments on the page, then all the other people commenting are going to see, you know, so and so also commented on the page that you commented on. So it adds a viral effect to your pages.
And it is very easy to facilitate conversation. It also makes use of the like and share features of Facebook to spread the world little more. If you are going to do comments on a page, I highly recommend that you do Facebook comments, instead of just your standard Wordpress type comments.
The good news is that in the next minor release of Eyeball Glue for Websites we will include a really easy way to add Facebook comments anywhere that you want on a page.
It will be just a simple shortcode. You put it in your content and your Facebook comments will show up. That is something that is coming very soon. It is almost ready and it should be ready by the time the Advanced webinar hits on Tuesday.

*11.22 chapter:Engagement via Asking for their opinion*
Another way to directly engage with your users is to ask for their opinions. You don't want to just take a comment section at the bottom of the page and then have them assume they need to make a comment. You actually need to engage them as contributors.
Everyone wants to be the authority, everybody wants to share their opinion. What you can do is you can use a call to action, a CTA, at the bottom of your article, something like: "What techniques do you find effective", if you are talking about some kind of technique. Or if you are talking about an issue that people have or a difficulty, maybe, with SEO or something: "How have you dealt with that in the past?" Or "What kind of experience do you have in this area?" Or you can just ask : "What is your opinion on this article?"
You want to be sure to engage with those people, and respond to them and thank them as contributors and give them credit for good ideas. That will keep them coming back to your website and your pages more frequently: when they feel good about it and they get credit for what they contributed.

*12.37 chapter:Engagement via Multiple content mediums*
Use multiple content mediums. Of course you have your basic website media, which includes article content like text, headlines, typography etc., layout and design including different colors on the page, graphics, backgrounds, animated graphics like gifs. Be careful don't go like full 90s mode with the rotating logos and all the crazy stuff people used to do and go "Woo! Look at that! It's spinning!" You don't want to do something like that. We will use very limited animated graphics. Usually infographics are really good to animate. And of course, video. Video is massively important.

*13.31 chapter:Engagement via Videos*
Now, here is why you, absolutely, must have video on your websites.
Did you know that, according to comScore, 64% of the consumers are more likely to purchase products after watching a video about that product? That is intensely beneficial, it shows you that you really need to have video on your pages, especially if you are selling products.
Using videos on landing pages, like for opt-ins etc. can improve conversion by 80% as opposed to a page without a video. If you are not using video, you are basically going to be left in the dust.
Having a video on your homepage is shown to increase conversions on the site, in general, by about 20% or more. Just by having a video on your homepage.
Any kind of video can do the trick. Doodle videos, like the ones that Doodle makes, can hold attention as the viewer really, naturally, wants to see the finished drawing.
So you've got this drawing beginning and, as you are speaking to the script, the drawing is moving and the human brain wants to know what is at the end of that drawing. What is the finished product going to look like? That is why those kinds of videos are really effective in holding attention. But it is not enough because people have seen them many, many times.

*15.11 chapter:Control the eyes. Control Attention*
Controlling the eyes. Now this sounds a little bit weird. It sounds a little bit like hocus-pocus but it's not. You need to engage the user's eyeballs. You need to bring the presentation outside of the video box and here is why.
Human attention spans are really, really short. We are so overstimulated in this society... . Watch a television commercial, for example, a 60 second television commercial and try to count to three before there is a scene change or a camera angle change. You are not going to be able to because the producers of these commercials know that people have zero attention span.

*16.04 chapter:Two Eyeball Glue methods. Little bits at a time*
Now, there's a lot of methods of using Eyeball Glue. Here's just two of them.
Give them little bits at a time relevant to points in the video. I am going to show you an example of that, right now without closing the browser again.
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That gives you a little bit of an idea of how Eyeball Glue can engage people. It keeps things happening. It is very simple to set up and it just keeps the page moving.
I am going to show you just a little bit more of that, right here.
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So you can see that there is constant moving happening on the page, whether it is scrolling, whether it is the video moving around. It is very simple to set up.
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There is a wizard. You just set the time that you want it to happen, what you want to call it and choose the time from the video or what you want to happen, what you want to call it and choose the time from the video. Just do that for each step. There is a wizard that goes through it.
With that technique, on one of our pages, we achieved an 82% watch-through rate on our videos. If you know anything about video watch-times, you know that typical watch-times, people usually leave in about 30 seconds. People who don't leave in about 30 seconds, typically watch a video for about two, maybe two and a half minutes and then they are out.
This page where we achieved the 82% watch-through rate on the video was a 13 minute video and 82% of people watched through it because their eyes were continually engaged. They were continually stimulated and curious and wanted to stay on the page.
We also achieved, on that same page, a bounce rate - which is the way Google measures how fast people leave your page. If you have a bounce rate of 70%, which is about average, between 50% and 70%, that means 50%-70% of the people who visit your page are leaving your page very quickly. That is not a good thing.
We achieved a bounce rate as low as 10.78%. That means that almost 90% of people, according to Google, stuck around on the page. This is awesome for SEO. Absolutely awesome.
Of course, you have to watch your engagement stats and look out for the drop-off times because you want to make sure that your viewers are seeing the parts of the video and the parts of the presentation that you want them to see. If they are dropping off before, let's say, the first CTA, then, maybe you need to make some adjustments either to the presentation or to the video and speed it up a little bit.

*20.02 chapter:Tour viewers through a "standard" sales page*
Now the second way is to tour your viewers through a "standard" sales page. If engagement drops before the CTA, of course, you can split test.
Let me show you a real quick example of touring them through the sales page.
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What I am pointing out is that this page was designed before we added the Eyeball Glue. Except for the backgrounds and stuff like that. This page was actually laid out, designed and constructed and then we took the video and we quickly added the Eyeball Glue animation and stuff to the existing page. This works on existing pages as well as full presentation pages. You can take an existing page and you can turn it into a full presentation.
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Notice how we are controlling where the eyeballs go. We control what the viewer is attracted to look at.
We don't just have a talking head video. We have a video that is describing things and then drawing their eyes to that part of the screen so that you make sure they don't miss anything.
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It continually keeps you engaged. We will get more of that in a little bit here.
We found that it reached more people than the little bit at a time presentation and we are still experimenting with these things. The reason is that it covered the people who liked to watch videos. It also covered those people who, typically, when they visit a website, they immediately pause the video and they want to scroll around.
There are two kind of perspective on this. One is: if you only show them a video, then they are forced to watch it. That has been proven to work much of the time.
You will see that in some of these presentations from marketers, where there is just a video on the screen and a disclaimer and the video goes on for a while before anything actually happens on the page. We've taken that up quite a few notches by allowing you to do a full page presentation while that video is playing.
That is an effective way but I'd like to cater to a wider audience so we are sticking more with the take an existing page, add the Glue to it, add animation to it to attract attention, tour them around the page so that the readers and the scanners have an opportunity, if they want, to go out and scan for what they are looking for or they can be engaged and watched the video.
You can also inject animations, the timing to the video so that entire sections can be added into the page as you go.
But if those sections weren't there, it would still make sense because there is a full page. But you can augment your content and really get people's attention.
You have to start off and do something unique in the first few seconds. You don't want to have your talking head videos sitting there static for 2 minutes before you use any Eyeball Glue. You can resize the video, you can move the video, animate some content in etc.

*24.51 chapter:More Eyeball Glue techniques*
You can animate your text with your speaking, with the script in the video. It is kind of like a power-word video but on steroids. In fact, we've alternated in the past between having a power-word video that's full screen, then shrinking the video and having the power-words on the page along with graphics and design elements.
It really reinforces what they are hearing because it attacks two senses at once and your primary modes of learning, both at the same time, both audio and visual learning. At the same time.
Then, of course, you can speed it up by animating just one word at a time or slow it down by animating one character at a time.
Let me show you real quick how that looks as far as animating content on the page to get attention.
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Do you see the text being added to the screen?
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Now, notice. We are tracking attention here with animations as we are talking about it.

One of the big things on the page is the CTA, the Call To Action. The Call To Action is critical because it tells them where to click. We've added just a little bit of a spice to that.
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We can make the button jump, move, whatever you want and we can also do that inside the video.
These are just a few ways that you can engage your customers or your viewers online.
You can bring in infographics as you speak on certain points. You can increase the size of the video to emphasize critical points. You may have seen that in the very first video, when we talked about getting their attention and making a point as the video grows.
You can also switch between graphics in the video and on the page that are around the video. There are techniques that I will share with you on how to make it look like the graphics are going from the page to the video.
Here is an issue. We have a video playing full screen, we want people to see something below the video, but the video is too big so the stuff that is showing up below the video is not visible on the screen. It is very simple to solve that problem with Eyeball Glue.
Simply reduce the size of the video while you are showing that graphic so that you have more space for it.
You can reveal large chunks of content and build the page as the video progresses so that when people pause the video or when the video is over, they have a complete sales page to look at.
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Then you can tour the page as you are building it and point out, animate and highlight certain things on the page.
This is all about controlling the attention span.
You can, as you saw just a moment ago, you can highlight content as you speak about it. You can highlight words, you can change the color, you can change the font sizes. All of these things are meant to have a variety for their eyes to look at, because if you take the same trick over and over again, they are going to get used to it very quickly, like after, maybe three times.
You need to variate, you need to mix it up a little bit.
I am sure you've all seen these pages where, as you scroll down the page, manually, yourself, things animate on the screen.
Those were really, really cool when they first came out.
I think, what it did for me, anyway, is it caused me to actually keep scrolling because I wanted to see more animations. It did not caused me to stop and look at each item that was animated on the screen because nothing forced me, nothing made me, nothing told me to take a look at this thing that just animated on the screen. It was up to me, excuse my phrase, the stupid human, to decide what I wanted to look at. That doesn't work.
What the "stupid human" is going to do is they are just going to scroll down the page and keep going because: "Woo! Look at all these animations coming in". Then they will scroll back to the top and what is this video about, anyways?
In this case, what we can do is to control what the person sees, to control where their focus is. It also controls the amount of time that they are looking at those pieces of content.
As the video is playing you can control the time that they are looking at each piece of content. If you are revealing bit by bit, then you are also controlling their ability to either scroll or not while you are building this page.

*31.22 chapter:Ideas to use this strategy?*
Now, to help you incorporate these strategies in your business, please, type in the chat box any ideas that you have for implementing any of this stuff, anything that comes to your mind, in your business.
Then we will cover your ideas in the faq and answer the questions about your business and how to use this stuff to improve your results.

*31.49 chapter:The Eyeball Glue marketing platform*
Some of you may not, actually, own Eyeball Glue, yet. You may be asking: What else it can do?
I am surprised, constantly, every day at how many people who already own this multichannel marketing platform and they still don't know everything that it can do. In fact, I've got customers from 2012 and many people who are probably on this call who still don't know everything that Eyeball Glue can do. Trust me. We are not even scratching the surface.
We will bring back the implementation webinars to help everybody make the most out of Eyeball Glue for Websites.
It is not surprising because it does a heck of a lot. The good news is that Eyeball Glue is a comprehensive marketing platform. That is easy to say but let me just give you a little sneak peek at what it comes with.
Who wants to see everything that you get with Eyeball Glue?

*33.02 chapter:What you get with Eyeball Glue?*
Here is what you get with Eyeball Glue. Eyeball Glue does everything that Simple Video Pro and Simple Video Pro Interactive did. Plus it does a whole lot more. That means that you can still make your basic video players. You don't have to get fancy. You can monetize them with interactive clickable buttons etc. and everything else that SVP and SVPI used to do.
Here is where it becomes the powerhouse. We basically vaulted on to the SVP Interactive platform, the entire Eyeball Glue Interactive presentation builder and a huge behavioral dynamic response video presentation module.
Now your videos are intelligent. They can segment your visitors into different audiences, inside your email and your online advertising systems, like Aweber and a few of these others. We've got a ton of integrations and these aren't even all of them. We are adding integrations every single week.
We are compatible with numerous top shelf email auto-responder companies, digital advertising companies like AdRoll, Perfect Audience, just to name a few.
We now connect all of this intelligent video marketing platform into the most robust and interactive presentation management and dynamic, interactive story building technology available on the market today.
Make sure that, if you own Eyeball Glue already, you maximize your results by, please, attending these workshops, including the Advanced engagement workshop, where we go over on how to actually set much of this stuff that you have seen today and walk you through it.
That is on Tuesday.
If you haven't already registered, be sure to check out your emails, because there are registration emails coming over the next few days.
If you don't already own Eyeball Glue, let me just give you a quick tour of everything that it does, right now.
Actually, I can't really tour everything because that would take about an hour and a half itself.
Okay. There is a lot more to it and, like I said, there is not enough room on the page to cover all of this stuff.
We provide world class support. We stand behind our products. Never before has there been any platform quite like Eyeball Glue. The results are absolutely staggering.
Google loves sites that use this because they keep people engaged longer and that is exactly what Google wants.
Let me ask you a question. Did you know that just to perform all of the stuff our system did three years ago, when it first came out, you would be on the hook for over $300 a year? That is true. But, things have changed.
Nowadays, there are numerous, very expensive systems, that do far less than what Eyeball Glue does.
Now, if I were to suggest you that this kind of interactive intelligent video engagement technology, that our system already makes obsolete is right now being sold for upwards of $500 to $2000, get this, per month.
Let me repeat that. Technology that our system already makes obsolete is right now being sold for upwards of $500 to $2000 per month. That's right. Many companies tried to cash in on this trend. You see them coming all the time.
Just google "interactive video" and you will quickly find listing for them. Man, when you see how basic their systems are and what ridiculously high prices they are charging, it's crazy.
You simply would not believe how Eyeball Glue is right now. Ridiculously, ridiculously inexpensive.
You don't pay anything like two grand a month, not even two grand a year. We want to keep your business profitable.
Our obsolete competition prefers to keep their company profitable and that's because their models are obsolete and they are fundamentally broken.
Eyeball Glue is the future and we want to bring as many people on board as possible. Really, there is one way to do that. That is to keep it affordable, of course.
That is exactly what our clients have told us. We've delivered. If you already own Eyeball Glue, then you already know that. If you don't, you are in for a delightful surprise because we knew... . No. We didn't suspect. We knew for a fact that we would not be able to become like a worldwide household name, if we tried to basically bill our clients out of $2000 a month or $2000 a year. So we decided to go ahead and slash that pricing back. And for a limited time only you are not going to pay $1000 a month or $700 or $500. It is ridiculous.
I am not about that. I am not interested in being another mortgage payment for anybody.
We looked at $200 a month and that was still a lot to expect. I would not want to cause people to do that. So I didn't want to charge $2500 a year because that is just crazy and it would affect conversions negatively.
So there will be two prices, one that we will keep public for a limited time and then our public launch pricing. That is going to be a lot higher than the price today. This is a limited time kind of special for early adopters.
Besides everything you've seen and heard today, there are a few more things that you get when you are an early adopter. I just want to quickly go into those.
You get access to our tutorial library, which is extensive.
You get access to our ongoing strategy and implementation workshops, which I implore you, if you are already an owner or, if you become an owner, please, join us for each of those workshops. They will be invaluable for increasing your business.
Once you learn how to leverage the power of Eyeball Glue, basically, the sky is the limit.
We will also freeze the price on an annual renewal price for ever. When we come out with future versions of these modules, that we have already got here, the Eyeball Glue and the Simple Video Pro and the Presenter, everything that you see here, when we come out and we add features to them and we come out with new modules, then you get it for the same price. Even when our prices go up. They will have to go up, eventually.
You also get to install it on unlimited domains that you own.
For the official launch, I've been counseled by many people that it is kind of a stupid move, if you look at most themes out there, like Wordpress plugins and most software, you buy one for every single domain.
What I am compromising with is that new buyers will be limited to only 20 sites because I do want to be beneficial for people. But you will get unlimited domain installs on domains that you own.
We, of course, guarantee satisfaction with 30 day refund guarantee. If for any reason, you decide it is not for you, just let us know in our support department and we will take care of you.
If you don't already own Eyeball Glue for websites, you've seen a little bit of the demo but you can actually go and see it for yourself at
I will put that in the chat for anybody who wants to go and take a look. Be sure to stick around because we do have some things in the faq. Keep looking at the screen and reading.
The FAQs ... shortly.
There is the link. There.

*42.23 chapter:Eyeball Glue. Short Summary*
Now, here is what Eyeball Glue includes. This is a short summary of just the Eyeball Glue side.
We have the full Interactive Presentations builder. It can do much of what you've seen. It can do a lot more.
We have the Full Page Presenter, the Hands Free Website Touring which is where it scrolls the pages, the Highlighter of existing content, the Timed Animation Injections, the Interactive In-Video Apps, Multi Video Presentations.

*43.03 chapter:Multi-video presentation. Example*
I will stop right here and give you an example of our early demo page that had a multi video presentation.
When I click this button ... . Now, these images can be anything. These are interactive applications. If you choose, let's say, Kite Surfing, in this case, watch what happens.
The whole screen changes without going anywhere.
We really have thrown in everything we've got.
In-video opt in forms. They come down so people can opt in. If you fill out the form, the button disappears. If you don't fill out the form, the button stays.
This is what I mean by allowing people to choose their own content and what they see. And our Behavioral is hooked into this, too. Then, of course, they can go back to surfing or they can go back to the presentation. That is just a little bit of what we can do with multi-video Presentations.

*44.40 chapter:Clickable chapter links*
We have Clickable Chapter links. I am not sure if you guys are aware of this. Let me show you, real quick, what clickable chapters actually are.
This is one of our tutorials here. Notice, this is totally optional. We can let the user direct what they see and where they go. While this is playing, if I go here, it goes right to that section.
Not only that but we have all kinds of design element features, including this expandable section where we can have a separate table of contents so I can go back. Watch the control bar. Then we move around based on what they click here. You can have in-video and external video table of contents. That is all included.

*45.53 chapter:Other features*
Video Wide Image and Wide Screen Backgrounds. You've seen it several times in here.
Full Page Video Backgrounds. We saw that in the earlier demo.
Behavioral Tracking and Targeting. This is huge. To be able to segment people and track them, deliver advertising to them, based not only on what they've seen in your videos and not only based on the pages that they visited but also on what they clicked on those pages.
It can really get very finer in how you target people. We have Video Watch Analytics, Heat Maps systems, On Page Design Tools that give you all of the background tools and everything that you've seen. It is fully responsive and there are about 100 more additional tools that come with the Eyeball Glue. *46:51*
We are here to stay, by the way. I have been building Simple Video Pro, Simple Video Pro Interactive and Eyeball Glue since 2012.
If anybody has been following me, you will notice that I don't launch a product every two months. In fact, this is the only product that we've launched, aside from FanBuzz which is a part of the whole package.
We are not going anywhere. We'd love to have you on board. And I'd love to show you how you can improve your results in business and we've got exactly the tools to do it. Get on board because this price is not going to be around for very long. Once we launch, prices are going to go up. That is a promise.
Again, you can go to

*47:56 chapter:Coming in the Advanced Session*
Coming up. We are going to do the faq in just a minute. Coming up in just a little bit here.
On Tuesday we have the Advanced Eyeball Glue Engagement Techniques.
We will talk about user directed content and decision trees, how to build multi video presentations and I will show you some examples and walk you through it.
We will do a new thing and that is Start & Stop Doodle videos that are in the background, for desktop viewers. You have one video controlling another and relating the two, starting and stopping, timed to the video that is in the foreground.
Again, this is just a small list of what you get with Eyeball Glue and Simple Video Pro. It is all bundled together, it is all the same program, for less than 45 cents per day.
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