How to Get More Traffic from YouTube

On August 6th, 2012, wrote:

The development of groundbreaking technologies has enabled the digitization of processes such as recording, capturing, and storing videos. As a result, picture and audio quality of the videos have improved drastically, making videos simple, reliable, and easy to refer. Since the turn of the century, usage of the Internet has risen dramatically and hence videos have become an integral part of the present day multi-media experience. Videos are fundamental for sectors such as broadcasting, media, education, and entertainment. Moreover, videos have entwined themselves naturally with the Internet to become one of the major sources of reference. Of all the active Internet users, about 74% of them watch online videos and about 56% watch videos on their mobile phone. The survey also revealed that among the respondents from 56 countries, about 35% of them watch videos daily via any one of these sources. In the fourth quarter of 2011 alone, more than 147 million active Internet users watched videos online. As a testament – Read the full article

Lessons from Lady Gaga on Viral Video Success

On August 3rd, 2010, wrote:

Do you know that Lady Gaga has the most viewed YouTube video of all time? Yup – her “Bad Romance” music video is right on top of the list, beating hugely successful viral clips like “Charlie Bit My Finger” and Justin Bieber’s “Baby”. One can only dream of getting half as much as – or even a quarter of – the 212 million views that she has so far notched. And why not? Companies, brands, retailers, aspiring artists, ad agencies, and Internet marketers know very well how viral marketing – and YouTube – can spell instant success and bring new opportunities to their business. So let’s take a look at what Lady Gaga is doing right. Her barely three-months-old video, “Telephone”, already has close to 50 million views, so it might be a good idea to break that down a little bit and see for ourselves how we can make our own online video content more viral. Use the power – Read the full article

Top Ten Tips on Using YouTube for Business

On May 5th, 2010, wrote:

Everybody’s talking these days about Twitter and Facebook, yet very few seem to be doing something about the fact that YouTube is the second-largest search engine in the world (behind Google). If you’re an Internet marketer or small business owner, don’t leave the video sharing website out of your online marketing checklist. It’s high time for online video, and if one looked closely enough one would find that YouTube presents incredible opportunities to help you get noticed online – and quickly, too. Don’t worry: you don’t have to be James Cameron or even a film graduate from NYU to succeed in improving your Internet presence via YouTube. You also won’t need a Hollywood blockbuster film budget. Remember, posting videos on YouTube is absolutely free – no need to shell out thousands of dollars for advertising placement or bandwidth costs; only, you have to make sure your YouTube videos are actually seen. Here’s a list of top ten tips on using – Read the full article