With video marketing, you always want to put your best foot forward. Never do you want to just put out “mediocre” videos that are strictly designed to blatantly get you more traffic and leads. Because eventually, you will become a creature of habit, and the rest of your materials that you are marketing to your leads will be of low value.
The same practice can be said about marketing on YouTube. When marketing on YouTube, there are all kinds of videos that you can make and upload. But the real question is whether or not your viewer will get some information that can potentially change and impact their lives.
This is something about YouTube that you have to understand. Don’t put up junk videos. People will give you “thumbs down” ratings, they will say negative things in the comments area, and no one (or just a tiny few who don’t know anything) will subscribe to your channel.
I want to go over some videos that you definitely don’t want to create and upload to YouTube. These videos are typical of marketers who just want to slap something up on YouTube and get recognition for it. But you shouldn’t follow this practice. Here’s the first kind of video that you don’t want to upload to YouTube:
1) Videos with words or talking articles
These kinds of videos are against YouTube’s “Terms of Service” (TOS). When they find that you are creating these type of videos (and they will)… expect to see your account banned. And once you get banned, there is a very little chance that they will restore your account.
You will see on the internet software and services that say that they will take your article and turn it into a video that you can immediately blast to around 20 different video sites. But this can only do you harm. Videos like these are typically poor, and the voice of the video is a robot from a “text-to-speech” program.
The quality is horrible. And people will automatically assume that the rest of your videos are the same way. So don’t expect to get a lot of views to your other videos… no one will want to see it. Here’s another type of video that you don’t want to upload to YouTube.
2) Videos that don’t belong to you
These are basically videos that you don’t have the copyrights to use and upload to YouTube. You can get into big trouble with this, and this is something that YouTube doesn’t allow on their site also. Some people think they can get away with this because there are so many people on YouTube uploading videos like it’s a “free for all” site. But YouTube isn’t dumb.
It’s in your best interest to maintain videos that belong to you. And if you can’t get videos that belong to you, find a different way to make a living online (or to just get some publicity).
Hopefully you will take these tips and use them in your online business today.
Good luck with marketing on YouTube.