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YouTube Ultimate

Create insanely popular YouTube videos with no mic or cam

Making money on YouTube can be challenging, especially if you have zero experience on the online video streaming platform, but, when done right, it can be extremely profitable.

YouTube Marketing Is Different From Traditional Search Engine Marketing

In the past, many Internet marketers tried their luck at YouTube and failed miserably I know because I was one of them. The reason many enthusiasts fail at YouTube is because they apply the same methods to the online video streaming platform than they do to regular Google search results. By doing so, they forget to take one crucial thing into consideration: the user’s intent.
Let me take an example. A couple of years ago, I started playing around with YouTube and decided to start uploading my own videos. For my first upload, I settled on promoting an affiliate offer from a Web hosting company. I wrote a script, hired a couple of actors and even shot and edited the video using professional equipment. I named the video “You won’t believe that amazing 90% discount at XXX Web Hosting!”and waited for the visitors to flock to my new video and click on the affiliate link I had pasted in the description box.
The results of that experiment? 528 views in 12 months and about $20 in affiliate commissions for a video that had cost me at least ten times that to make.
And I am not alone here: many Internet marketers–even very successful ones–have failed miserably when trying to promote offers on YouTube, causing them to dismiss YouTube entirely with a casual “No one makes money on YouTube unless you’re a YouTuber.”
As I mentioned earlier, the problem with my video was not its quality, but rather the fact that I had not taken into consideration the average YouTube user’s intent.

Not Every Type of Content is Suitable for YouTube

When people go to Google to search for something, they do so for a multitude of reasons, from buying something to learning about a specific topic, finding hotel reviews or discount coupons, meeting people… The list is endless.
On the other hand, when people go to YouTube, they only do so to either get entertained or to learn something. Any video that does not fall squarely into either one of these two categories is doomed to fail.
Now, let’s go back to my original video. Why did it fail? Well, it failed simply because no one ever goes to YouTube to type “web hosting discount” in the search box. People do so on Google, not on YouTube.
At this point, you may think: “Hey, wait a minute there, Nick! When I go to Google, I get YouTube results in my search results and they always rank high! So, even if no one ever found my “Get the Best Mortgage in Toronto” video on YouTube, people would still find it when they search for “best mortgage Toronto” on Google!”
Short answer: nope. Google is quite good at finding out the user’s intent based on the keywords or phrases she entered and will only return YouTube videos on the first page of the SERPs if it thinks the user is looking specifically for video content or for instructional/entertainment-type content.Unless you have great on-screen presence and a ton of confidence to boot, your chances of making it big on YouTube while appearing on screen or doing voice-overs is close to nil. Which brings me to my method.
By using the method I am about to outline, you will be able to create original, quality content that people actually want to watch on YouTube without having to appear onscreen or in voice-overs. In this eBook, i will show you totally legit methods to create YouTube videos without mic/cam and i will also help you on monetization of videos. Give it a try…

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YouTube Ultimate

Create insanely popular YouTube videos with no mic or cam

Making money on YouTube can be challenging, especially if you have zero experience on the online video streaming platform, but, when done right, it can be extremely profitable.

YouTube Marketing Is Different From Traditional Search Engine Marketing

In the past, many Internet marketers tried their luck at YouTube and failed miserably I know because I was one of them. The reason many enthusiasts fail at YouTube is because they apply the same methods to the online video streaming platform than they do to regular Google search results. By doing so, they forget to take one crucial thing into consideration: the user’s intent.
Let me take an example. A couple of years ago, I started playing around with YouTube and decided to start uploading my own videos. For my first upload, I settled on promoting an affiliate offer from a Web hosting company. I wrote a script, hired a couple of actors and even shot and edited the video using professional equipment. I named the video “You won’t believe that amazing 90% discount at XXX Web Hosting!”and waited for the visitors to flock to my new video and click on the affiliate link I had pasted in the description box.
The results of that experiment? 528 views in 12 months and about $20 in affiliate commissions for a video that had cost me at least ten times that to make.
And I am not alone here: many Internet marketers–even very successful ones–have failed miserably when trying to promote offers on YouTube, causing them to dismiss YouTube entirely with a casual “No one makes money on YouTube unless you’re a YouTuber.”
As I mentioned earlier, the problem with my video was not its quality, but rather the fact that I had not taken into consideration the average YouTube user’s intent.

Not Every Type of Content is Suitable for YouTube

When people go to Google to search for something, they do so for a multitude of reasons, from buying something to learning about a specific topic, finding hotel reviews or discount coupons, meeting people… The list is endless.
On the other hand, when people go to YouTube, they only do so to either get entertained or to learn something. Any video that does not fall squarely into either one of these two categories is doomed to fail.
Now, let’s go back to my original video. Why did it fail? Well, it failed simply because no one ever goes to YouTube to type “web hosting discount” in the search box. People do so on Google, not on YouTube.
At this point, you may think: “Hey, wait a minute there, Nick! When I go to Google, I get YouTube results in my search results and they always rank high! So, even if no one ever found my “Get the Best Mortgage in Toronto” video on YouTube, people would still find it when they search for “best mortgage Toronto” on Google!”
Short answer: nope. Google is quite good at finding out the user’s intent based on the keywords or phrases she entered and will only return YouTube videos on the first page of the SERPs if it thinks the user is looking specifically for video content or for instructional/entertainment-type content.Unless you have great on-screen presence and a ton of confidence to boot, your chances of making it big on YouTube while appearing on screen or doing voice-overs is close to nil. Which brings me to my method.
By using the method I am about to outline, you will be able to create original, quality content that people actually want to watch on YouTube without having to appear onscreen or in voice-overs. In this eBook, i will show you totally legit methods to create YouTube videos without mic/cam and i will also help you on monetization of videos. Give it a try…