Ian Kendall wrote:The other is to offer something undownloadable. The adult industry is choosing interaction to do this. You cannot pirate a live 1-2-1 cam show.
Equally, with your stuff, one couldn't pirate a live cam tutorial between you and on the turnover pass. You could upload the file, but the important part, the interaction between you and me would be lost. The questions I asked would not be interesting to someone else. etc.
The problem here is one of staff. I can't pay a bored Polish student to teach the pass, so time becomes an issue. If ten people want a video chat every day, I'll never get anything done.
To some extent I do have a level of interactivity, as my customers can, and do, email me with questions. Luckily I'm still small enough to be able to do this personally, but there is a point at which I spend most of an evening replying to questions.
The plan, however, is to provide a learning experience that is complete enough so as not to require any additional help. This goes back to the idea of embedding video - if a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth at least twenty pictures with a few hundred words thrown in. The ability to describe, show and then demonstrate is a massive step forward for teaching, but only if the teacher knows how best to use the format. You can't make a bad teacher into a good teacher just by adding video (in fact, most of the time you make it worse).
Take care, Ian
Fair points all. Although the idea of a house full of bored Eastern European skinny girls doing card sleights on cam amuses me no end.