Chapter Nine: Video Marketing and Private Label Rights
Making money on YouTube has become easier than ever. Just like other social networking sites the ways to make money began with simple advertisements and have now evolved into banner ads, ads on videos, and videos alone. In order for you to begin making money on YouTube, you need to create a YouTube account. Anyone who has a Google account is one step ahead of the game. For those who do not, you can register an account with any viable email address linked to Google or Yahoo.
The registration process includes basic contact information, the same as is required to register for an email account. It also requires your email address. Once this is completed, you receive a confirmation email with a link on which you click to confirm it is you and you really did mean to create the account. You should film things that will appeal the most to your intended audience. If you want to cause a stir with debates, then politics, religion, and current events are great.
If you would prefer to make people laugh and have a good time, then you can conduct reviews of funny videos or post your own videos.
The best thing you can do is to link your videos to any other social networks you have or to your website for your company. When you have a business website and want viewers to see an ad, you can link the ad video to your website and thus generate more traffic between your video sites and your other websites.
Whatever the content, the trick to making money on YouTube is getting people to watch the videos and then click on the ads so yes, ads are important. These ads will generate more traffic for you and more. It is best to post at least one video per week, but if you post a video daily that is the most you should do. More than one per day is going to burden your viewers. No matter the frequency of the posts, just be sure to inform your viewers so that they will remember to check back on your page when you post new videos.
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