Remember you need great videos and making great videos require proper planning and precise execution. Ask yourself; what do I want to say to my target audience? What do they want me to tell them? These people would love for you to share with them some useful information. So, don't just start by talking about your products and services. My advice is to help your viewers first before you advertise.
For example, if you're selling mobile high speed internet solutions, you can discuss the problems that people on-the-go usually face when they're on the Asia Email List road. Highlight the inconvenience of not having internet connection when they badly need it. Then, explain how your products work and how it can benefit your prospects. Do this while targeting their emotional hot buttons and mentioning those things that they consider most important.
Start creating your video. Keep in mind that people online usually have very short attention span. So, if you can make your videos run for just 10-20 seconds, that would be perfect. As I said a while ago, don't start with blatant ads or sales pitches as people have the tendency to get defensive even if they have intention to buy. Start by saying "In this video, I'll teach you how you can.... Or expect to solve your problem by watching this video." People would like to know why they would want to spend their precious time watching what you've recorded. Then, talk about the problem, offer explanation, provide solution, and include the products that you sell as part of the resolution.