Job interviews And How-To Videos For Youtube

Ever considered using Youtube in your daily internet marketing routine? If not, then you should. It’s been said by many that it is the second largest search engine on the internet (debatable), but the benefits that it can give you besides great search engine ranking positions are the targeted visits to your website.

The best part about Youtube is that it’s free. It doesn’t cost you hardly any money to start deploying it. And, you should know that it’s the Cast YouTube to TV number 3 ranked website on the internet — in terms of traffic. This information and the benefits of using Youtube should be enough to encourage you that you need to be deploying it in your business today.

Now, uploading your video to Youtube is reasonably easy. The tricky part is actually creating the video. There are all kinds of ways to create videos from a single idea. In fact, in our lesson, I want to go over some of the videos that you can make, so that you can distribute it to Youtube and start seeing results arriving immediately. Here’s video idea number 1:

Job interviews

If you can find a great interview partner in your niche who is well known by many, many people will repeatedly visit this particular video, and even post a link to it from their website — just to give their readers a confident experience, and entice them another for more. So in this way, your videos could be the primary source as content for a particular business owner.

Now think about this for a second. Can you imagine how many views your videos would get if someone continually associated with your Youtube videos? You would get lots of views, lots of traffic, and even a lot of subscribers to your Youtube funnel. All of this is easy and can be done (and is being done) — as long as you have great content in your videos.

A “how-to” video featuring yourself

Now this should be obvious and it is by far one of the most popular formats when building your videos. All you have to do is sit or stand in front of a videocamera, give your details, tips, and techniques (or demonstrate it to them), make the video around 4-10 minutes long, and distribute them to Youtube.

The more videos you distribute, the website traffic you will receive. This is something that is old. I would know, I market my website on Youtube each and everyday, and I am not necessarily afraid to show my face behind the camera. Typically you will find that videos like these get more views than videos that are a “screen cast”.

If you’re not using Youtube today, you’re missing out on a ton of traffic that can be yours for the taking. I would advise that you start employing this medium today. In fact… you should be using this medium as soon as possible. The last thing you want is for a rival to come and scoop up your potential customers, all because you are not marketing your website efficiently.

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