Did you just masterfully produce a new marketing video that you want to share with your audience and the rest of the world? Better upload it to YouTube. Even though there are other video sharing sites out there, when it comes to online videos, YouTube still dominates. How has YouTube managed to keep the top spot for so long and will it ever get knocked off its pedestal? As for the former, the following list should help you see why YouTube is the king of videos online. As for getting knocked down a few pegs as a video sharing platform, only time will tell. One thing’s for sure, YouTube isn’t going anywhere soon and the site seems to be gaining in even more popularity every single day.
If you’re not using video marketing along with your other marketing efforts, you are holding back your success. With the popularity of online video these days and the fact that video marketing works to exceptional degrees, that statement can be said with a certainty. Your business needs video marketing. The great news is that you don’t have to be an expert video editor to create engaging videos. You don’t have to be a Spielberg or Lucas or even a Matt Stone or Trey Parker. Instead, you can use one of the multitude of online tools, some paid and some free, that will help you develop online videos quickly and easily. You can then publish those videos to YouTube, the most popular video sharing site the Internet has ever seen. You can probably tell where this is heading. With an engaging video and the massive audience of YouTube, you’re about to take your business to new heights and beyond. However, you must tread carefully. Your videos must really pop if you hope to gain all the benefits, including traffic, leads and sales provided to you by effective YouTube video marketing.
I just posted this new YouTube video that shows you step by step how to set up your YouTube account & start using the brand new YouTube sponsored search advertising feature:
It should show you everything you need to know in order to get started. It basically works like any other PPC (pay per click) search advertising. You put in the keyword you want to target and the highest price you’re willing to pay for clicks.