youtube and real estate: YouTube: How Your Business Can Benefit - 05/30/19 11:37 AM
YouTube: How Your Business Can Benefit
 
As business owners, one of our primary concerns is figuring out how to promote our products and services to a large audience without breaking the budget.
Here are five ways YouTube can benefit your business.
Reaching Millions of People in One Place
More than 5 billion (and growing) videos are viewed daily on YouTube. Your business can reach your target audience by creating and posting videos often. Invite your target market as well as current and past clients to subscribe to your channel.
Higher Ranking on Google
If you want to drive more traffic to your website, marketing on YouTube can … (2 comments)

youtube and real estate: 5 Tips for Starting a Successful YouTube Channel - 05/16/19 11:06 AM
Nowadays, you can be a fan of someone that’s not an actor or artist. You can be a fan of someone who makes YouTube videos. ~Cameron Dallas
 
Take advantage of all that video has to offer in your social media marketing strategy. Create a YouTube channel for your brand or business. Here are five tips for starting a successful YouTube Channel.
Equipment is Secondary to Ideas and Concepts
You don’t need fancy equipment to start your YouTube channel. All you really need is a smartphone. Ideas and concepts are far more important than the equipment you use.
Start by writing down 25 to 50 … (11 comments)

youtube and real estate: How to Use YouTube Cards to Drive People to Your Website - 12/15/16 10:14 AM
How to Drive Viewers to Your Website Using the YouTube Cards FeatureYouTube Cards Have you added the YouTube Cards feature to your videos yet?  It's similar to the annotations feature, yet less obtrusive on mobile devices.  Most people access YouTube on their mobile devices, so  it's definitely something to consider. No Scope Glasses wrote an article about the difference between YouTube cards and annotations.  In it they said,
The biggest difference between the two is presentation. Cards look significantly cleaner on both mobile and desktop devices, and have a smooth slide-in / slide-out action at the designated time stamp in videos. When a user … (33 comments)

youtube and real estate: A YouTube Channel Without Website Traffic is a One-Way Street - 02/18/16 12:33 AM
A YouTube Channel Without Website Traffic is a One-Way Street
 
According to the latest YouTube statistics,
 
'YouTube has over a billion users — almost one-third of all people on the Internet — and every day people watch hundreds of millions of hours on YouTube and generate billions of views.'This is great news if you have a YouTube Channel. Not as much if you're not getting traffic back to your website. After all, that's where the good stuff is; property searches and listings, blog posts, current real estate information, your bio, reviews and information relative to your target market.  
 
How Do You Get People … (3 comments)

youtube and real estate: 7 Essential Tips for Getting Your YouTube Video Seen by Many - 07/02/15 03:07 AM
7 Essential Tips for Getting Your YouTube Video Seen by Many PeopleHow to Use YouTube to Successfully Promote Yourself and Your BusinessThe following video provides you with the 7 essential tips for getting your YouTube video seen by the masses. It's much easier than you might think. As a matter of fact, if you're blogging, you already have the start of a great YouTube video.
 
Let's go over how you can successfully use YouTube to promote yourself and your business.
 
 
You can really get noticed on YouTube by promoting videos that have a helpful and informative message. If you make your videos about … (7 comments)

youtube and real estate: How YouTube Can Promote You AND Your Business - 11/12/09 05:34 AM
Have you ever thought about how YouTube can promote you as well as your business?  It's really quite easy and the YouTube account is free.  With millions of people accessing and sharing videos via YouTube every month, you would be crazy not to consider using YouTube for promotional purposes.  Here are only a few of the ways you can use YouTube to promote you and your business:
1. Personal Virtual Tours - While a "professional" virtual tour is really not much more than a bunch of still photos put together and set to music, you can be your own virtual tour director by doing your … (20 comments)

 
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