3 Ways to Use YouTube Marketing Effectively

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3 Ways to Use YouTube Marketing Effectively

Watch videos on YouTube and get instantly discovered on YouTube. There’s no question about it whatsoever. YouTube is by far on fire having over one billion monthly views per day of video content. Are you leveraging YouTube for its fullest potential as a marketing tool for your online business? If not, then there is definitely time to make that change.

In this article we will discuss the difference between recommended videos and the actual video being viewed and the recommended videos that are shown on the right side pane of the YouTube home page. We will also discuss the thumbnails on the right hand side. More importantly, we will talk about the power of thumbnails in YouTube marketing. We will discuss the impact of using thumbnails in YouTube marketing efforts. Finally, we will share a couple of effective ways to use thumbnails to boost your video marketing efforts.

Thumbnails have long been a part of YouTube marketing. In fact, it wasn’t until recent years that they were introduced and used as a part of video marketing. The purpose of the thumbnail is to give the viewer an idea as to what the video content or video site is about, as well as visually allowing the viewer to easily follow the video as it pans and scrolls across the screen.

Currently, the suggested videos that are shown on the YouTube home page can be changed by any user at anytime. However, these suggested videos are only applicable to users in certain location areas. In addition, there is currently no way for a user to select what area he/she wants to view a video. For example, a user may want to watch a video for his/her desktop, but is unable to view a video on the mobile browser. By creating a video with the proper tags and then uploading these to YouTube via the “See All Videos” option, you can target a much more specific and broader audience.

When using YouTube to market your online business, one of the best ways to drive traffic to your website is to create a video that has been submitted to YouTube with the appropriate tags. For example, if you are a real estate agent, then you can optimize your video content for search terms related to real estate. As you upload the video, YouTube will identify the tags you’ve used and will load your video up in accordance with these tags. The key here is to make sure that you provide compelling and informative content in addition to optimizing your video content. If you have an engaging video that is also highly informative, you should have a high viewer-to-viewer ratio.

In addition, you can also increase the visibility of your video by making it appear at the top of the YouTube homepage when people are searching for specific content. To do this, create thumbnail ideas that are relevant to your video and then place these thumbnail ideas on your website or blog. You should not simply paste these thumbnail ideas into your website or blog; rather, you should try to incorporate the ideas into your design. This will help ensure that people who are browsing the site will want to click on your thumbnail, which in turn will encourage more clicks on your website or blog.