what kind of YouTube videos should i make for my business? marketing strategy: how to use youtube for video marketing your business

How to Use YouTube for Business

If you’re stuck asking yourself, “What kind of youtube videos should I make for my business?” we’ve got the answer!

It starts with keyword research using 3 super effective free tools (listed below), and ends with optimizing your meta information once you upload your video to YouTube.

What Kind of Videos Should my Business Make?

Last week we hosted an incredibly deep and actionable Webinar to our Content Creator’s Lounge members about how to answer that incredibly annoying question of what kind of videos you should make for your YouTube channel.

Short on time?
Grab your FREE YouTube Video Creator’s Checklist:
youtube for business success checklist

But more importantly, we discussed HOW to stand out in the ever growing black hole that is YouTube and all of its ridiculously trashy, overdone, and embarrassingly created video content.

Bottom Line:

Having a YouTube marketing strategy is the absolute key to success in today’s crazy whirlwind of content creation.

^^^CLICK TO TWEET AND REMEMBER

 

We thought we’d go ahead and highlight some of the key points made in our YouTube Marketing Strategy webinar. Here the top 5 tips for you to start using IMMEDIATELY.

1) Why Use YouTube For My Business?

This clip explains HOW using YouTube for Video Marketing can TRIPLE your business exposure online.


2) What Kind of YouTube Videos Should I Make? 

This clip tells you EXACTLY how to do industry research so you can make videos that people will actually watch. The secret is to use these 3 simple free tools to get the most out of your industry analysis! Here’s why…

Grab a free copy of the “YouTube Video Creator’s Checklist” here!


3) How to Find the Right “Meta Keywords”

YouTube recently got rid of the “Keyword Tool”. This clip explains 1 quick tip for an alternative to the keyword tool and mate keywords analyzer. It also explains WHY it’s important to name your videos in order to gain more traffic and grow your business.


4) YouTube Video SEO Done RIGHT 

This clip explains why having a Video Marketing strategy on YouTube can help your SEO and overall website ranking.

Grab a free copy of our “YouTube Video Creator’s Checklist” here!


5) How to TAG My Videos Properly

When you ADD TAGS to your YouTube Video, DO NOT ADD MORE THAN 5!!! Anymore than 5 tags makes it look like you are keyword stuffing your videos.

This is a HUGE misconception that most YouTube creators screw up on when they first start out in video marketing their content.

If you avoid adding a MILLION tags to your videos, Google and YouTube will thank you by ranking you FIRST or SECOND in the search results.

This will organically expand your exposure and grow your business.


 

Hopefully these quick tips have helped you answer that pesky question “What kind of YouTube videos should I make for my business?”

At the end of the day, you are the only one that can answer that question– but we’re always here to help.

BONUS!

See the Full Webinar Replay Here: http://youtu.be/LkEwITvEPFI

 

RESOURCES FOR RELEVANT CONTENT RESEARCH:

http://quora.com
http://yahooanswers.com
http://youtube.com

 

KEYWORD RESEARCHING TOOLS:

http://keywordtool.io/
http://adwords.google.com

 

SYNDICATION PLATFORMS TO SUBMIT YOUR VIDEOS:

http://digg.com/submit
http://stumbleup.com
http://reddit.com
http://list.ly/
https://pingler.com
http://boingboing.net/suggest.html

 

What About You?

Any YouTube video marketing tips you’d like to add to this post? What’s your solution for figuring out what kind of YouTube videos you should make? Feel free to comment below.

And don’t forget to grab your free copy of our “YouTube Video Creator’s Checklist” here!

 

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Jon Acosta is a Digital Media Advisor based in Atlanta, GA. His primary focus is helping companies outsmart their competitors with smart online marketing strategy. Acosta has been a digital video consultant and mentor for some of the largest Fortune 500 companies. Some of his cliental include Apple Inc., Tekla (a Trimble Company), and Elance Inc (now known as "Upwork"). He is also a frequent course author for Pluralsight; an online technology training platform built for corporate teams.

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