Have You Downloaded Your Free Chapter of Business for Filmmakers Yet?


If not click on the button below to download your free preview chapter of Business for Filmmakers.


In this complimentary chapter  you will discover:

  • The Importance of  Niche Marketing
  • How to Choose a Niche for your Business
  • Decide How Much Money You Want to Make
  • How to Identify Your Ideal Client and Why
  • Creating an Ideal Customer Avatar
  • How to Market to Your Ideal Client
  • How to Run Your Business on Your Rules


But do you know what?

I could send you a hard copy of the 208 page book. I know what it’s like – I’ve done it myself – you see a really useful free report and you grab it with both pixels. You carefully save it to your ‘training’ folder – and there it languishes until you have time to read it. Which is, more likely than not, never.

Now, if I send it to you through the post it’ll sit on your desk, all shiny and helpful – and you’re much more likely to read it. But you’ll not only read it: I’m betting you’ll make notes on it and ACT on the advice inside, won’t you?

Because the only way you’ll get better results from your marketing is if you start doing things differently. And you can’t do that if your PDF is snoozing in a folder somewhere on your hard drive.

So, for just US $38.25 , I’ll send you a hard copy through the post anywhere in the world and you can get cracking straight away. AND the postage is included worldwide.


Clear, straightforward information - no bullshit-just what you NEED to know. Get on it NOW ~
— Brett Moulton - Melbourne, Australia

Your book will land on your doormat in the next 14-28 days. Do let me know what you think – and tell me what you’ve put into practice. I’d love to hear from you!



P.S. Don’t put it off: grab your hard copy of Business for Filmmakers - The Quick, Dirty and Uncensored SECRETS to a SIX-FIGURE Video Business  today. The price is just $38.25  – but the information inside could be worth thousands. Isn’t that worth an investment of a few dollars? And aren’t you much more likely to put the information to good use if it’s on your desk in front of you?