YouTube Tip: Use Other People’s Videos

In my previous post, I mentioned that YouTube reached 1 billion views/day… What can you start to do NOW to start leveraging this incredible Internet Marketing tool?

YouTube Tip #1: Use other people’s videos

That’s right, embed their videos on your blog and/or website. Each time someone watches the video on YOUR site, YOU get the Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) benefit. If the video is 1 minute, you get one visitor staying on your page for 1 minute. That is a substantial amount of time – don’t try to get longer videos, research has shown that less is more – more people will watch shorter videos. Only use longer videos for education and information to EXISTING prospects and clients.

To use their videos, you just need to cut and paste the embed code on the right hand side of the video on the YouTube page. It’s that simple – if you don’t know what I’m talking about – ask your webmaster, he/she will know. If not, get someone else to help you with your website.

Yes, I can hear you all the way here – THIS IS TOO SIMPLE.

I know – that’s why so few people do it… Go on, take a look around and see for yourself – MOST PEOPLE ARE NOT DOING THIS.

It’s called the 1 percent improvement doctrine… You know all about it from my videos below:

The 1 Percent Improvement Doctrine Part 1/2

The 1 Percent Improvement Doctrine Part 2/2

Why don’t they do this?

Simple – they want to use their own videos, want to make them perfect and never get around to it. In the meantime, exponentially-minded entrepreneurs ‘just do it’ and get all the rewards.

It’s really THAT SIMPLE.

That’s why people who get introduced to the 1 Percent Improvement Doctrine get hooked – they realise it’s the fastest, easiest way to get better results.

BUT that means thinking and acting differently…

Like using this tip and ACTUALLY DOING IT!

Go on, get to it!

Yes of course you can use one of my 80+ YouTube videos – that’s whey they’re there!

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