Marketing Your Business Using Social Media

You have created a great video…you have optimized the video with keywords and you are driving traffic from your video to your squeeze page so you will be building your list. Awesome! Now it is time to get the word out that you have just released this video. Here are the key 5 steps you really want to take every time you upload a video in order to have video marketing be one of your winning internet marketing strategies.

1Remember that you’re marketing a business. Hold your posture up right. Speak clearly and read from a prepared script – don’t just wing it. Use correct language and professional terminology. Show that you’re confident. It’s only for about 3 minutes; you can do it.

Now, build a plan to develop this niche business. If it was created by a good operator then they should have a whole bunch of training materials, etc that will assist you in getting started. If it is any good it should have an associated blog created by the founder or lead members of the business. Use this to gain for knowledge. If it doesn’t have a blog, see if there are forums in this area and become a member and ask questions and learn as much as you can. Heck, you might also learn that it ain’t that good a business and you will hear about others that might be better. CAUTION don’t get back into the mire of signing up to even more businesses. Treat what you hear on the forums as interesting and investigate fully before making a decision – basically repeat the steps above.

When you comment on other people’s blogs (or in forums for that matter) about how you solved this or that problem and you have created a video demonstrating it, you link back to your blog and then they get to see your video, your blog and have access to your YouTube channel. Sweet!

The smaller priced opportunities are good, but you need to recruit dozens of people to make your first $1,000, and the $100 autoship costs add up pretty fast. The high tier programs will pay online videos you with only one or two customers.

People who have done it really well. Techcrunch. What they have is compelling graphics alongside really tight writing. That sort of format seems to be working well.

If you want to use YouTube for your videos you need to use the editing they have avaiable. One tool allows you to put annotations into your creation. This is great for sharing links, adding extra information about your product or providing a coupon code.

A wedding video is worth it’s wait in gold. Especially down the road when memories begin to fade and when the newly-wed veil begins to fall. It will be a nice reminder to witness the magic of that special day for years to come.