In all, utilizing YouTube strategies as a product review outlet, a brand awareness play or even as a means to give away some of your product before your customers purchase are all great ways to build SEO, drive traffic back to your site and ultimately earn new customers.
With time being our most valuable commodity and content coming at us at breakneck speed through multiple channels, it’s tough to produce content that sticks. What's a content-creator to do? We're making content easier to digest.
YouTube is the 2nd largest search engine in the world so you obviously want your videos to get to the top of the search, but is there a secret to rank higher than anyone else? Setting up a wise SEO strategy is the key ingredient when uploading your video to YouTube; here are some great SEO tips to make it so.
Our patience has taken quite a hit since the invention of Twitter and Facebook where we read in snippets and images. We expect more “snackable content,” that is designed for “simple and flexible audience consumption.”
Many companies are now using YouTube to reach out to current and potential customers. Which is why I believe that this platform is perfect for businesses. All you need is a video camera and a little creativity to build long-lasting relationships with your clients. So how do you to reach potential customers among the countless cat videos? I have some suggestions on how to start.
While YouTube is still a major traffic destination, there is a relatively new (although familiar) competitor on the scene that is slated to give YouTube a run for its money. That competitor is Facebook, and in a short period of time, they have been gaining some serious traction in the online video and content marketing space, and industry experts have been taking notice.
With over 6 billion hours of video viewed each month, YouTube is a powerful marketing platform that your business needs to utilize. The problem is, most videos on YouTube go unseen due to improper optimization. This article provides hacks on how to get more views on your YouTube videos by ranking them in Google and YouTube search engines.
Realize you don’t have control. If you want to encourage and grow product reviews, don’t try to dictate what they do or say, where they post their reviews and other facets of your new program. Do create goals and structure around it, but remember execution completely belongs to them, not you.
There are over 4 billion YouTube video views per day on both desktop and mobile devices and over 6 billion hours of video watched per month on YouTube. With these startling statistics on how much video content is consumed on YouTube, digital marketers must take note and create a YouTube marketing strategy for their business in 2015.