Where Store Video They Have Paid For

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    Dale Tyson

    I have a free (short) and paid (full) video (8 Meg) as a product for $7.

    I will put the free on YouTube for everyone to see and realize I’m not capturing contact info. Will do landing pages soon and use Infusionsoft to capture their name and email to see this free.

    To buy the full paid version, use Infusionsoft (need figure out form(s), Campaign flow and Tags), do the payment, and auto send the link and password.

    Couple ideas to access the paid
    1. I could embed the paid version on a web page and password protect the page. I can use Screencast to store the video and load the embedded code on the page to view the video (have done on other websites).

    2. Upload video to Vimeo and password protect the video. Sent the link and password.

    Which is better or do you have another idea to show a paid video (not using WordPress).

    Trevor Dumbleton

    Personal view is make life easy for buyers – I rarely password protect anything.


    * Just make sure the pages aren’t able to be easily found. In WordPress (the Search Exclude plugin does that), outside WordPress don’t include them in a site map or a directory that can just be browsed (make sure there’s an index page in each directory)
    * In WordPress, exclude from the list of pages if they’re a page, not a post (Exclude Pages from Navigation plugin). Outside WordPress, you probably have control over site navigation.
    * Set to NoIndex NoFollow (Yoast offers that in WordPress, your HTML editor will allow you to add it outside WordPress)
    * Untick any sharing button options if appropriate.
    * Edit the page name from any auto-suggested one if it looks too easy to guess and if I’m feeling extra paranoid

    Most buyers aren’t crooks!

    Don Sturgill

    Use Infusionsoft, Dale. You’re paying for it.

    Vimeo is fine too.

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