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Former local Emmy award winning ABC television producer and writer Karen Diamond announces the BETA launch of VideoSearchIt.com, South Florida's local Internet business directory featuring high quality, streaming video ads for the small to medium size business owner, making video on the web affordable for everyone. Now local business owners can advertise their products and services in an Internet directory portal, attracting information seeking viewers, to their individual video-filled webpage. Through pay-per-click technology and a sophisticated monthly video view tracking system, VideoSearchIt.com is the most affordable, effective and efficient way for businesses to showcase their best assests through video on the Internet.

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Business owners know that web video is the wave of the future and they want to be on top of that wave

Former local Emmy award winning ABC television producer and writer Karen Diamond announces the pre-launch of VideoSearchIt.com, South Florida's local Internet business directory featuring high quality, streaming video ads for the small to medium-size business owner, making video on the web affordable and efficient for everyone.

As founder of VideoSearchIt.com, Diamond says she is simply taking the traditional Internet business directory and adding streaming video presentations, in the most cost-effective, accountable and affordable way.

"We're simply enhancing the number one way consumers find the information they want on the Internet, by providing a business browser with professionally produced documentary-style video presentations," said Diamond. She says this form of video production is the most beneficial way to give customers a "birds-eye-view" into a company, offering an increase in credibility and trust between the viewer and a business, combined with affordable production costs. Diamond states, "Everyone benefits in this model -- the business owner with increased revenue potential, and the consumer's ability to gain information through a medium that is both entertaining and effective. Independent research shows that consumers are 82% more likely to purchase a product or service after viewing informative web videos."

So, how does it work? The patent-pending website model allows for each company to list their own video-filled webpage where they can feature up to four two-minute videos showcasing their company's products, services, and more. Then, Diamond says, businesses simply pay 52¢ every time their video is viewed. "We believe pay-per-view is the most cost effective for the client and allows us to provide click-and-view streaming video technology for a seamless video viewing experience," Said

Getting ready for an official late August launch, VideoSearchIt.com is now seeking companies that want to join the Internet video directory wave. Diamond says the response has been amazing from the local business community.

"Business owners know that web video is the wave of the future and they want to be on top of that wave," states Diamond. "We're looking for companies that want to grow as VideoSearchIt.com grows." Future plans involve adding services to the baseline technology, including but not limited to television programming, pod-casting and video e-mail.

To give every business the opportunity to join, VideoSearchIt.com is now offering to produce, from script to screen, a two-minute video at no cost, with a one-time page set-up fee of $150 and 52¢ per video view.

Diamond is excited about bringing business owners on board at a price everyone can afford.

"If you have $150, you can get started," says Diamond. "We know the model works, so we are confident that this amazing offer will benefit not only the business owner, but the consumers out there who will be able to get more information at their fingertips -- literally."

Diamond says she has plans to franchise Video Search It to 26 locations throughout the US, so business owners and consumers everywhere can benefit from VideoSearchIt.com.

For advertising information, interested parties can visit the BETA site at VideoSearchIt.com

For investor or franchise information, please contact Karen Diamond, 561-414-3939.

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