YouTube is the 2nd biggest search engine right behind google and small to large businesses to brands need to start using the platform to maximize there visibility and grow their audience.
YouTube is still the wild, wild west and there is HUGE opportunity to market your business, brand or product for pennies compared to radio & print ads.
This course will guide you step by step how to setup a YouTube ad to get the most clicks or views to your video.
Out of all the social media platforms including Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & Pinterest I believe the number one social media platform every business should be focusing on is YouTube.
I have put this course together for you - to which you have full lifetime access, including all the updates, for free. (I update my courses every other month with the latest techniques)
I "take you by the hand" and "behind the scenes" and show you everything, explaining it in simple detail with videos and written support lectures.
See exactly why I'm so successful with YouTube - see the stats in the free preview videos, below).
How many videos are there on youtube?
YouTube says that 300 hours of new videos are uploaded to the site every minute, three times more than one year earlier and that around three quarters of the material comes from outside the U.S. The site has 800 million unique users a month.
Your budget you set for each YouTube ad can be edited at anytime. I suggest starting on the lower end to make sure it's converting and then increasing it.
When creating a YouTube ad you can narrow it down to show in a certain country, state or even city. This is what I love about YouTube ads is how targeted you can get.
Depending on your target demographic you may want to select another language other then english which is the default.
Device targeting is very important because remember people can't click on an add when watching a YouTube video on their mobile device. At least not yet. So you may want to target your videos to only desktop and laptops.
Scheduling a start date for your campaign and a end date can be important especially if you have a limited budget. Otherwise the campaign can go on and on spending money until you stop it. Also you can schedule at time of day and which days you want the ads to run which is powerful. This is because if you know that your targeted audience only is on during specific hours why bother showing it at other times.
There a few reasons why your not getting any views to your ad.
#1 - Budget is too low
#2 - Bidding CPV is too low
#3 - Targeting is Too Narrow (try widening the audience)
A view occurs when a viewer watches 30 seconds of your video (or the duration if the video is shorter than 30 seconds) or interacts with your video, whichever comes first. Video interactions include clicks on the call-to-action overlays (CTAs), cards, and companion banners. If they skip your add before the 30 seconds is up then you don't pay the full amount of the bid.
This is a video ad I spent some money on to promote that didn't convert very well. I took too long to get to the content and so people just skipped it.
Chris Greenwood: Musician, Best Selling Author & Entrepreneur
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Across the last decade and some change, Manafest has steadily cemented his status as one of the world's most diverse, envelope-pushing and all around uplifting artists. His seamless, lightening-like blur between the spectrums of rap, hip-hop, rock and pop hasn't just led to 300,000-plus album sales and five coveted Juno Award nominations (essentially the Grammy equivalent in his home country of Canada), but also more than 1,000 shows logged over four continents.