Friday, October 3, 2014

#1 Youtube Money Making Product Revealed To The Public

In a recent survey, respondents admitted to spending an average of 66% of their Internet-Surfing time watching online video (Social Networking Sites only 22%). And with over 3 Billion Daily Views, Youtube (owned by Google!) is the KING of video platforms.
Unfortunately, technical hurdles and learning curves have hindered most from venturing into video marketing...until now!
My good friends Lewis Howes & James Wedmore have put together a very special video revealing exactly how to get massive results with Youtube & Video without spending a lot of time or money on your video marketing efforts. In fact, as James reveals in the video, some of his highest conversions & most qualified prospects come straight from Youtube!
You're not gonna want to miss a minute of this eye-opening, game-changing video!
Watch the video HERE!
P.S. You already know that VIDEO is not just some fad and it is crucial to your online success. Whether fear has kept you from getting your hands dirty, or you've seen little results with past video marketing efforts, this video will put all of that to rest!

Watch the video HERE!


If you’re looking to increase your online visibility, build trust, and convert prospects into customers, then online video and YouTube marketing need to be part of your online marketing activity.

Why is YouTube so important? Today we enjoy faster connection speeds, unlimited hosting, and a video camera in every pocket or purse. That makes creating and sharing videos incredibly easy and affordable.
In addition, videos often appear on the first page of search results, and even when they don’t, people often go directly to YouTube to conduct a search. In fact, YouTube is the second most popular search engine in the world behind Google, which owns it.
YouTube also gives us advanced annotation tools that allow us to create clickable calls to action within our videos to encourage engagement and subscriptions. With promoted videos you can even create links that take viewers to your website or other web property.
But let’s start with the basics. How do you create videos that help build your business?
1. Start with a keyword analysisSince search and online visibility are such a big benefit of YouTube, make sure you’re using the same words your ideal customer is using.
2. Create compelling videos. Most of us will never create a “viral” video with millions of views because we don’t own a piano-playing cat or a sneezing baby panda, but thankfully those aren’t required for success. In fact, most of us couldn’t handle a million new customers all at once, anyway. “Now serving 3,424,022. No? Now serving 3,424,023. Please, everyone, form a straight line. No pushing.”
This is not your competition. Thank God.
Instead, you should create content that addresses your audience’s needs.
Your goal should be to create videos that are helpful, valuable and compelling to your prospects and clients. If you can blog about it, you can create a video about it. Your video content may consist of how-to’s, answers to frequently asked questions, expert interviews, screen video captures, slide shows and more.
3. Work your keywords into your video. There are four obvious places to use your keywords in each video:
  • Title: Just like your blog posts, make sure the title of your video includes your keywords. Twice is nice.
  • Description: Don’t scrimp here! Too many people ignore the description, or just write a one-sentence description. Feel free to write a blog-post length description, working in your keyword phrase(s) multiple times.
  • Tags: Make sure you use your keywords and variation of those keywords in the tags section.
  • Narrative: YouTube is listening! YouTube takes your audio and creates an automatic transcript and uses this as part of their algorithm. So bake those keywords into the narrative as well.
4. Include calls-to-action. Want people to take an action at the end of your video? Tell them what to do. “For more ideas on pet costumes visit our website at”
You can also include a clickable link in your description. Best practice is to start your description with the URL you want to drive traffic to and make sure you include the http://…otherwise the link won’t work.
Clickable Link at YouTube
There are also some advanced techniques to create links to your online properties…but that’s a conversation for another day.
5. Leverage social media to attract more eyeballs. Once your video is live, you can create a surge of traffic by posting links to your social media outposts, such as Twitter and LinkedIn. You can also embed the YouTube video on yourFacebook profile or business page. Make sure you write a blog post with your video embedded in the post. And don’t forget about Google+, which, like YouTube, is part of the Google empire.
Every view counts towards your total view, whether your viewer is at YouTube or not.
6. Don’t expect one video to change your business. As mentioned before: forget about your dreams of creating a viral video. Instead, focus on creating a steady, consistent stream of helpful videos that address your ideal customer’s biggest problems.
That will help you increase your online visibility and drive more qualified traffic to your website.
Next month we’ll look at some more advanced YouTube marketing tactics, but in the meantime, be sure to check out flyte new media’s YouTube channel and subscribe!

In Conclusion

Start with keyword analysis. Work your keywords into the title, description, tags and narrative. Create videos that answer your prospects’ biggest questions, and then promote those videos through your social media profiles.
Rinse and repeat.

8 Powerful Marketing Benefits of YouTube

8 Reasons why it's beneficial for small businesses to market online using YouTube videos.

Written Mar 11, 2011, read 22284 times since then.

People go to the internet for a number of reasons. One of the biggest reasons is because they want to find information that will help them solve a problem. Google has made a fortune by providing links to information they think would help.
But guess what? YouTube has now become the second largest search engine after Google. What does that mean? It means that people are going to YouTube not only to find answers to their problems but to seethem. Instead of reading the information, they would rather watch it.
What does that mean to you? In a nutshell, if you have a business, you have to have a presence on YouTube! There are some amazing benefits to doing so. Here are eight powerful reasons:
1. It’s Free - Besides your investment of time, making and uploading videos is completely free to do you YouTube! Is the Yellow Pages free? No! Is a billboard free? No! But YouTube is.
2. Content is Powerful - In the online world, content is king and that would make video content the king of kings. Like I mentioned before, people would much rather watch something than read something – especially online.
3. Potentially Viral – If your video is creative or funny or informational enough, it has the potential to go viral. That means that potentially thousands of other people will be sharing your video with their people. That’s exposure to your business from an infinite amount of people.
4. Global and Local Audience – Based on the key words you use, your video has the potential to be seen around the world. This means you could have new clients or customers overseas! Have a local business? Not to worry. You can target local searches as well and become the go-to person in your region.
5. Demonstrate Your Expertise – By giving away great tips, you will literally show your viewers that you know what you’re talking about. For many potential clients or customers, it often comes down to choosing between two businesses. Your business is going to stand out if you have a video showing them why you’re good.
6. Selling for You 24/7 – Making a video is like creating a virtual sales person. You make the video once, load it up, and then let your video sales person go to work for you around the clock. Every new video you make is another full time sales person. There’s no limit to what you could do!
7. Give Them a Face – Having a video gives the potential client a face. It shows them you’re really a nice person that knows what you’re talking about and how you can help them. Camera shy? No problem! You can make a powerpoint video and still show your stuff. Just be sure to give your viewers a headshot in your intro.
8. Video is SEO Friendly – This is a big one. When someone searches for something online, very often a video will come up in one of the top spots in the organic search spots. If this is your video, this is huge because it stands out above the other links. It then carries with it all of the above listed benefits.
With all of these benefits the question is, why wouldn’t you do YouTube marketing?
Learn more about the author, Sean Marshall.

25 Amazing Video Marketing Statistics

Video marketing is a quickly expanding and incredibly popular marketing platform your small business should be focusing on. We’ve even written an entire free ebook about it (Small Business Video Marketing Guide).  Here are some video marketing statistics to prove how valuable this strategy is for your digital marketing mix!
Video Marketing Statistics
1. Videos Increase People’s Understanding Of Your Product Or Service by 74% (Click To Tweet)
2. YouTube Is The Number Two Search Engine In The World (Click To Tweet)
3. A Third Of All Online Activity Is Spent Watching Video (Click To Tweet)
4. The Average Internet User Is Exposed To An Average Of 32.2 Videos In A Month (Click To Tweet)
5. Every Day 100 Million Internet Users Watch An Online Video (Click To Tweet)
6. 50% Of Users Watch Business Related Videos On YouTube Once A Week (Click To Tweet)
7. 75% Of Users Visit The Marketer’s Website After Viewing A Video (Click To Tweet)
8. 75% Of Executives Watch Work-Related Videos On Business Websites At Least Once A Week (Click To Tweet)
9. An Average User Spends 16 Minutes 49 Seconds Watching Online Video Ads Every Month (Click To Tweet)
10. 80% Of Internet Users Remember The Video Ads They Watch Online (Click To Tweet)
11. 26% Of Internet Users Look For More Information After Viewing A Video Ad (Click To Tweet)
12. 22% Of Internet Users Visit The Website Named In A Video Ad They Viewed (Click To Tweet)
13. After Visiting A Video Ad, 12% Of Viewers Purchase The Specific Product Featured In The Ad (Click To Tweet)
14. Website Visitors Are 64% More Likely To Buy A Product On An Online Retail Site After Watching A Video (Click To Tweet)
15. Real Estate Listings With Videos Receive 403% More Inquiries Than Those Without Videos (Click To Tweet)
16. Click-Through Rates Increase 2-3 Times When Marketers Include A Video In An Email (Click To Tweet)
17. Subscriber To Lead Conversation Rates Increase 51% When Video Is Included In Email Marketing Campaign (Click To Tweet)
18. 80% Of Your Online Visitors Will Watch A Video, While Only 20 Percent Will Actually Read Content In Its Entirety (Click To Tweet)
19. Your Website Is 50 Times More Likely To Appear On The First Page Of A Search Engine Results Page If It Includes Video (Click To Tweet)
20. In 30 Days More Video Content Is Uploaded in 30 days Than All Three Major U.S. T.V.  Networks Combined Have Created In 30 Years (Click To Tweet)
21. 90% Of User Say That Seeing A Video About A Product Is Helpful In The Decision Process (Click To Tweet)
22. 45.5% Of Internet Users View At Least One Video Online Over The Course Of A Month (Click To Tweet)
23. 45% Of Viewers Will Stop Watching A Video After 1 Minute & 60% By 2 Minutes (Click To Tweet)
24. 72 Hours Of Video Are Uploaded To YouTube Every Minute (Click To Tweet)
25. An Introductory Company Email That Includes A Video Receives An Increase Click-Through Rate By 96% (Click To Tweet)

5 reasons why your small business should use YouTube

With so many businesses catching onto the wave of social media marketing, YouTube (and other similar video sharing sites) can sometimes be forgotten.

However, video provides an excellent opportunity for your brand to show off its products and connect with existing and potential customers.
In our impatient, busy world, many people would prefer to watch a video instead of trying to digest a huge chunk of written information. And since more consumers are spending time online instead of watching TV, the popularity of watching videos online is growing exponentially.
Offering video is a great way to help attract visitors to your website and keep them engaged. Here are 5 reasons to start creating video content now:

1. Creating original video content improves your SEO

Video is a very popular content format that's regularly shared via social media and email. So Google and other search engines tend to favour sites that offer it. Hosting video and images on your webpages will improve the overall quality of your site, as well as entice visitors to stay longer. This in turns gives you a better chance of ranking higher than your competitors in search engine results.

2. Video content is a powerful branding tool

Using videos to market your product helps to convey brand messages that would be lost if you were providing purely written information. Video allows for your brand to capture emotions and visual attributes of your product that leave a lasting impression on your audience.

3. Huge potential to get your message in front of a wide audience

Video is a highly shareable format – if you watch something that's engaging, you're likely to send it on to a friend, and that friend is likely to pass it on to a wider audience too. In this way, your video content has the potential to go viral and connect with a wide range of potential customers.
With content marketing (in particular, blog articles), your written content is rarely published in more than one place. Videos are much easier to syndicate via social media, industry websites and brand partnerships.

4. Video content is quite easy and inexpensive to produce

Many videos that have gone viral on YouTube have been produced using a webcam or camera phone with inbuilt recording facilities. Depending on how you want your brand to be perceived, it can be easy to produce original, engaging and useful video content on a relatively small budget.

5. Video plays better on mobile devices

Webpages accessed via mobile is growing rapidly. The great news is that all smartphones and other tablet devices are optimised for playing video content. Not only will this increase the ability for your video content to be seen, but it will also differentiate your business from competitors.
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