If Twitter is your “billboard” and Facebook is “one big scrapbook” than Youtube would be your TV channel. Youtube has over 375 million viewers daily which is more than ABC and NBC combined which means when you throw Youtube into your social media mix, you can control and move your audience in the same way large media giants do using their radio, TV, newspapers etc…
In other words, the sooner you can start building an audience, the more quickly you can move them to your money blog and monetize in time for dinner… if you know these 2 sneaky Youtube tips and tricks.
The Top 2 Biggest Reasons You Should Be Using Youtube
#1 Videos ARE Worth A Million Words Since the explosion of amateur videos, Youtube has been on the forefront. Youtube can be used as your personal broadcasting studio, TV channel or simply the best place to host and share your videos. Youtube’s popularity has grown as more people realize the power of video. Whether it’s humor, lifestyle, hobbies, education etc… video marketing continues to grow because of its unmatched ability to intimately connect people because video is the next best thing than being face to face.
#2 Youtube Is A Social Networking Site That Goes Viral Like No Other What a lot of people don’t realize is that Youtube is just as, or more, social than most of the other social networking platforms. Once you get beyond the obvious you’ll see that with Youtube you will want to learn how to subscribe, comment, rate videos, friend or reply to others with a video combining the features of Twitter, Facebook and Social Bookmarking.
It becomes easy to see why Eben Pagan refers to video marketing as the equalizer in social media and for those willing to learn how, Youtube offers a ton of simple but huge advantages for those who decide to invest 15 to 30 minutes for more effective tips and techniques.
As the demand increases for social media marketers to set themselves apart by creating Personal Brands and carving out their virtual space online, Youtube and video has quickly become the #1 social media site that separates the hobbyist from real people who use social media to make money.