Tired of Wistia & Vimeo Pro’s High Fees? This alternative is better in EVERY way…

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Not sure where to host the videos for your secure membership site?
Do you like Wistia, but not the HIGH price?
Do you like the all you can eat play with Vimeo Pro, but fine it lacking features?

Well here is something that I think every online entrepreneur needs.

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  • VooPlayer 3
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Pros

A/B Split Testing
Advanced Analytics
Dropbox Video Hosting
Share / Optin Gate
+ 31 other advanced features

Cons

Account view limits 25k, 50k, or 100k per month

VooPlayer 3

Summary: The most advanced video player for your sales and membership site video content.

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Adam Preiser

Hi, my name is Adam, but I guess you already figured that out. I am an, almost 40 year old, living in Southern California. In my life I have had lots of big starts, lots of big failures, but have never stopped being an entrepreneur.

10 thoughts on “Tired of Wistia & Vimeo Pro’s High Fees? This alternative is better in EVERY way…”

  1. Hi Adam,

    Thanks for the excellent video. I have found the advice you are giving people is very unique and haven’t heard it from any other source. I love your take on expensive monthly services such as wistia, leadpages, aweber and the like. I want to build out some membership websites for music teaching; I was cringing at the thought of paying for all the expensive services recommended by all the “internet marketing gurus” on youtube, podcasts and the like. Your content has really engaged me and gave some real options and ideas to consider, THANKS!

    In regards to self hosting videos, I was concerned that it was too complex to stream videos properly to all devices, operating systems, browser versions etc. I tried using amazon S3 for an experiment but the 720p files were causing the videos to choke and buffer on mobile devices. They played ok on my desktop pc but it’s powerful and my internet connection is blazing fast.

    Have you been using voo player yet? I’m curious if you have HD and SD versions for you membership sites in order to give best possible experience for customers.

    -Warren

    1. Thanks for your comment and kind words.

      I don’t offer 2 versions of videos, I only user 720 and have never found an issue with streaming it to mobile. What I think the issue might be is how you have your video encoded and it may be larger then it needs to be. I’ll see about creating a video on encoding your videos for web streaming. I usually manually encode them with a free program named Handbrake.

  2. Hi Adam,

    Excellent video. I noticed their pricing has changed from what you showed. Do you have an affiliate link or promo codes?

  3. Hi Adam, will you still be providing lifetime membership subscriptions for Voo player? They are releasing a new version soon, so I want to confirm that you will indeed have lifetime subscriptions available? Thanks

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