All of these methods have worked in the past so that its authors won a fortune in this industry. Success lies not in the appearance of the video but in which provides the audience. In a nutshell, people like to learn things and be entertaining. Get both things and go! Here are some tips to achieve this: avoids the tacky cheap tricks, silly jokes and other little elegant materials will motivate that people move away. They want authenticity. If you can’t be authentic and fun at the same time, you should settle for a series of serious and informative videos. Checks multiple formats there are many formatting options that work on YouTube. Joint Chiefs of Staff : the source for more info. There are videos that are actually nothing more articles written PowerPoint presentations.

Each one takes me five minutes to export it to a PowerPoint template, add a music track, upload it, and all get a decent amount of views. Mark Zuckerberg might disagree with that approach. In addition, online seminars, using a web camera, work very well, especially if you have friends or followers of your blog on social media to direct them to YouTube. Make it easy to find search create a channel that is easy to find and navigate. Get through a good research of keywords, choosing terms not only for the homepage of your channel, but for each video you upload. Comment you can not comment on your own (well, not without seeing you tonto) video, but yes you can comment on other videos and direct to those visitors to your site.

Think about your YouTube channel as a source of Twitter or a blog. You have to sit there and drive traffic back to you comments. YouTube is an amazing tool, but only works if you invest a good amount of effort in it. Upload a video to YouTube and expect people to make it viral doesn’t work. You have to upload videos regularly, at least weekly or bi, and participate in the YouTube community. Realistically, only then you can expect to win something substantial for your investment.

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