The scope of the Internet is a blessing and a curse. A blessing because you can find anything you need. A curse because you have to sift through reams and reams of rubbish looking for the gold. We have done the job for you in this case. Here is a list of some of the finest online video gurus hidden out there in the world wide web.

This is a follow on from our previous post where we highlighted some of the top sites to learn about video marketing.

James Wedmore (http://www.jameswedmore.com/) is an innovate video marketer who has developed this blog to explain the most effective ways to make sales and increase exposure using online videos. JamesWedmore.com features a series of videos and articles regarding outsourcing your videos, increasing the amount of views your videos get and other free information that can help you take advantage of the potential of video marketing.

Gideon Shalwick (http://gideonshalwick.com/): his tagline is ‘showing you how to turn video views into cash’ and as a successful video marketer who has helped a number of businesses to develop through using the video medium, he isn’t blagging. There are some in-depth interviews on his website that will teach you a lot in a short space of time. There are also some videos on there including his lecture ‘How to become rich and famous on YouTube’.

Mark R Robertson (http://www.reelseo.com/author/reelseomark/) is the founder and publisher of ReelSEO. He is an online video marketing consultant and a video SEO expert. Mark is a main contributor to ReelSEO and writes about topics relating to video marketing, video SEO and social networking. You can follow Mark on Twitter where he is very active and you will be constantly informed about wider video marketing issues as well as what is new at ReelSEO.com.

Perry Lawrence is founder of the blog AskMrvideo.com (http://askmrvideoblog.com/). He has produced video for some big name companies and has a lot of knowledge to share. He does this in the form of short, snappy articles that are quick to read and full of useful tips. He also has a YouTube channel with practical ‘how to’ video tutorials and advice on the best video production equipment.

Mark Apsolon (http://www.markapsolon.com/) is an accomplished video producer and as a business person, he has managed to use his creative talents in the fields of video marketing and video advertising. His website hosts a range of video tutorials in which he shares ideas and practical tips for making and sharing great video content online.

Kevin “Nalts” Nalty (http://www.kevinnalts.com/) is both a career marketer and a Youtube celeb. He has has incredible success with his Youtube channels and products and he has also held senior marketing positions in large corporations. It is this mix of skills that position him as one of the thought leaders on video marketing. He has a good book called “Beyond Viral” that is well worth a read.

As well as the people in this list it is also worth looking to Youtube as many of the highest viewed Youtube channels will give you ideas on what you could be doing for your business. Look at the way these channels work towards getting subscribers and then implement their ideas.