Wondering How To Make Your free traffic source You Tube Rock?
Secrets To Getting free traffic source You Tube To Complete Tasks Quickly And Efficiently
Traffic = customers = money.
No traffic = no customers = no money
I say " like it or not " because although most people like to watch a video, a lot of online business owners do not like to make them. They either don't like the idea of actually appearing on camera or if that doesn't fade them, they think the video has to be perfect - a top-notch production costing thousands.
Videos shot on all of these devices, and all of varying quality have all proved popular regardless of the quality of the actual video - it's the quality of the CONTENT that is most crucial.
You can produce the slickest professional video possible but if the message or content in it is bland, nondescript or worse, unhelpful, then very few people will watch it and fewer still, if any, will share it.
Using YouTube is an excellent way of getting your business (online or offline) out there, but you have to give the viewers something in return for watching.
You need to provide them with the information they want - maybe an answer or answers to a common question or questions. That is when people will engage with you, maybe share your content or sign up to your list and become a customer. Give vision to visit your website.
For instance, if your video is in the public domain then show them a website or websites where they can find out what is in the public Domain that's relevant to their requirements.
Remember, always have a call to action (CTA) at the end of the video. There's no point in giving out useful information only then to not tell the visitor how or where to get more of it! Add a share button for Facebook, Twitter, etc. as well as this will help spread the word (your word!)
The length of a video is important - personally, I can't abide sitting through an hour of a sales video, so I just don't bother. However, if there is a "read transcript" button just beneath the video, I will nearly always click that and get the info at my leisure which is usually a lot quicker than the video.
That said these type of videos have proven to be successful (just not with me) so if your product warrants it (it means the product is expensive) then, by all means, go for it, but promotional or informational videos made for YouTube are usually 3 - 9 mins long.
I read some time ago that 3 minutes give or take a few seconds was the most popular length of watched video but a lot of very informative videos are twice as long and as long as the information or content is valuable people will watch.
People like concise, to-the-point and helpful information. Give them that in no more than nine minutes, preferably less, and they'll be happy.
Very short videos can also work - one-minute videos are often used to make just one particular point very quickly and more efficiently. They're popular because they are so short but again, it's the content that's so important.
You get traffic from people who watch the video and the best way to get people to see the video is when it's on the first page of Google.
So how do you get your videos onto the first page of Google in double-quick time? Good question and (here's the little tweak that was mentioned earlier) the answer is:
BACK-LINKS. Google loves backlinks.
Back-links show that a video is popular, articles or forums that have a link back to your video. The more back-links the video has, the higher up the Google rankings it goes.
They also act as referrals and helps to build your authority in whichever niche you are in, a vital component of a successful business.
Now you could do this yourself, but it is very time-consuming unless you use a specific software that costs hundreds of dollars. However, there is a quicker way.
Remember I mentioned Fiverr earlier? Well go there and type in "video back-links " into the search bar and click on "social video marketing." Sort the result by Avg. Customer Review.
You will then see adverts from people who will create numerous back-links for you with prices starting at $5. The more back-links you pay for the sooner you get to page 1 of Google - usually within a few days. Surely a bargain.
Now you might be thinking that this post is on YouTube only. It's not. It's really about TRAFFIC. It just so happens that YouTube is the number one source of free traffic so I thought it would be helpful to talk more in-depth about YouTube in particular, especially if you are just starting out.
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