Two Tips To Build Your Audience Outside of YouTube

YouTube offers a great platform from which you can build a sizable audience for your videos and your channel. But if you want to translate the success of your channel to your website and email campaigns, you have to go the extra mile to make this happen. These tips will help you use your video channel to build your website’s audience.

Inform

In every video, let your audience know where else they can find you on the web. You can do this in several ways such as a brief bit at the start or end of the video, or even using text during the video. Of course don’t forget to tell them to subscribe to your channel, but also direct them to follow your social media pages and sign up for your e-mail listing at your website. Speaking of email…

Promote Content with Email

“Email continues to be the best way to notify your audience of new content,” according to reelseo.com. When you’ve got a new video, share it with your email list as well as on your social media. A good measure of whether or not you’re doing enough promotion is the engagement you get with your videos. If you’re not getting comments, you’re not doing enough to promote your videos.

 

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Source

http://www.reelseo.com/case-against-youtube/

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