If you could do just one thing to get your business more visibility on the web’s top 3 websites, would you do it?
I’m talking of course about video, the growth of which is just exploding due to factors such as easier and faster mobile video access, widespread tablet usage, and videos playing directly within Facebook and Twitter feeds.
Creating a single video allows you to build more visibility for your business not just on YouTube, but also Google, Facebook, Twitter, and numerous other sites.
Most business owners consider getting rankings on Google as vitally important for their businesses.
But what about the second largest search engine, YouTube, processing more than 3 billion searches a month, and bigger than Bing, Yahoo, Ask and AOL combined (see the infographic)?
Unless you’re creating videos on a regular basis so you can be found on YouTube, you’re otherwise invisible on the third biggest site in the world. That’s a significant marketing black hole.
And then there’s Google Video Search, videos shown in their main Web Search listings, and engaging audiences with autoplay videos on Facebook and Twitter.
In other words, video is now crucial for your overall online visibility, and building up an online presence for your business. It’s a large slice of the marketing pie.
The difficulty for most businesses of course is in creating those videos so they can get a piece of the action.
But what if there was a straightforward, relatively easy way to create videos for your business on a regular basis, based on your existing content?
This would allow you to start taking full advantage of YouTube, and start attracting a bigger slice of your marketplace to your business.
This post shows you how…