Why YouTube is a Smart Move for Your Business
Most of us are aware that YouTube is now the second largest search engine around, and a incredible opportunity for helping your business receive more leads, buyers and profits. What’s more, it isn’t all that difficult to get your head around. You can easily and quickly create videos relatively cheaply, that will communicate on various platforms in unison. Its possible you have already been aware of how important YouTube can be for your business but may not fully grasp exactly how you can incorporate it into your operations.
Let’s look at 7 ways you can incorporate YouTube into your business quickly and profitably.
- Create videos of your products and services – Here’s your opportunity to show your stuff in action. Try to make these videos fun, and not overly technical. Emphasize what benefits they can give to the buyers.
- Drive lots of traffic – Videos can drive LOTS of traffic! Make sure you properly optimize your YouTube videos, and learn the specifics of what it requires to rank them well. Just so you know, it’s far easier to rank a video than it is a web page. Food for thought.
- Create a dedicated YouTube channel for your brand – Creating a specific YouTube channel for your business can help in many ways, particularly in Google rankings. YouTube is also a social network, so you would be smart to monitor any comments that pop up on your videos and channel.
- Introduce you and your staff to add authenticity – Putting a face to the business does wonders for creating know, like and trust!
- Create short videos of valuable tips – Create tip videos that demonstrate your expertise in various areas your audience has an interest in.
- Link to your videos with social media – These days it’s very important to link our properties together, in order to create not only better search rankings, but also social media traffic. Be sure to include links on your social media sites!
- Use customer testimonials – A fantastic way to showcase both your customers, (who’ll become raving fans!) and provide social proof regarding your products and services.