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Ninja YouTube Marketing Tips #1

Ninja YouTube Marketing Tips #1

I decided to put up a series with ninja YouTube marketing tips.

These ninja YouTube marketing tips are highly effective techniques for all of you who post videos on YouTube and want more views, higher YouTube ranking, higher Google ranking, more views, better viewer retention, more AdSense income from your YouTube videos and more sales.

Most of you guys are missing out on a big part of the money making potential that YouTube offers, and even though it’s not hard at all to become a YouTube ninja marketer, you have to know
the right things to do and you have to actually do them. 🙂

These techniques work great when you have already several videos posted on YouTube, but they are also very useful if you are just starting out, so you can set up your videos to be most effective, right from the start.

So let me take you by the hand and show you the way by providing you with the best, most effective ninja YouTube marketing tips.

As I normally would wright quite lengthy blog posts filled with several tips at once, I noticed people would get quite overwhelmed with information, thus remembering not much at all nor implementing any action steps.

For your convenience, I will post these tips spread over time and deliver them in bite size chunks.

I would advise you to implement these tips immediately, as soon as you receive them, so your YouTube channel will get an enormous boost over the following months.
(and when I say enormous, I actually mean humongous!)

I can show you exactly what to do, but it’s up to you to take action upon them.

These tips may seem simple, but don’t be fooled, they are very very powerful!

That’s why I call them “ninja YouTube marketing tips”, because you don’t really see anything at the surface, but their impact is huge and will leave your competitors wondering how you jumped over them in such a short time.

Without further ado, let’s get started!

Display only your videos in the related videos section

When somebody watches one of your videos on YouTube, you can benefit of their interest in you or your topic, so why not make them watch more of your videos?

It’s a given fact that YouTube viewers often click on related videos after finishing watching a video.

These related videos pop up in the YouTube screen after watching a video and they are also displayed in the right sidebar.

What you want is to have your other videos up there so people will click on one of your other videos instead of one of your competitors.

The only thing you have to do is to add the name of your YouTube channel in the tags section of all of your videos.

You can do this when you upload a video or you can “edit” previously uploaded videos and add your channel’s name to the tags.

YouTube tags

 

YouTube will think that your videos are related having all the same “unique” keywords.

The keywords are unique because each YouTube channel’s name is unique.

Now your other videos will be displayed in the related videos section.

This technique won’t take care of all off the “related videos spots”, especially because it is very important that you also fill in tags that correspond to your video's topic, but a lot of those spots will be filled up with your videos.

I would love to hear your feedback, so feel free to leave me a comment below and please share this post if you liked this first ninja YouTube marketing tip.

Rebekka Deforce

 

 

Rebekka Deforce
Rebekka Deforce is the owner of magicmediaforce.com. Working over 14 years in the audiovisual sector and developed a great passion for internet marketing, she now helps on- and offline businesses to get magnificent conversion results through video marketing and YouTube marketing. She also loves to help people with the technical aspect of the video production process.

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2 thoughts on “Ninja YouTube Marketing Tips #1


By Paul Dunbar on 4 May 2016

Thanks for the tip - I was aware tagging was important but hadn't thought about this - duh!


By Rebekka Deforce on 9 February 2017

Thank you Paul for your comment!

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