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For all of us who are involved in the internet marketing business, generating quality leads is our biggest hurdle. We could have the best deal out there and the coolest looking website but if we are not attracting visitors to that site, then it's all for nothing.
One way that people are having success is by using video marketing.
There are many video websites out there, but at the moment YouTube appears to be head and shoulders above all the rest. It's very easy to use and it's also free to join. The only expense you have is purchasing a webcam. You can get one for less than $100.00. A camcorder produces a better image, but YouTube is not all about the quality of the picture. Content is 'king' when it comes to video. I edit my videos using my Windows MovieMaker. It has some really neat features and you can make your video look quite professional. YouTube also has features on their site to personalize your video.
I recommend that if you are using a webcam, you check your settings before recording. The lighting in the room affects the quality of the video quite drastically so you want to close your blinds if you have to, or perhaps you need to put an extra light on if it's later in the day.
It is a good idea to have your website superimposed on your video every minute or so. You will do this during the edit stage. It can be done in both Windows MovieMaker and YouTube. Some think that as long as their website is shown on the YouTube page, that is good enough. However, if someone likes your video and forwards it to someone else, that person will have no way of connecting with you. If you put out a great video and it goes viral, then think of all that potential business you have just lost.
Most people do put their website on their YouTube page, but in many instances they are not doing it correctly. Your full website address with the http:// should be the very first thing you enter in your information box. If you put it at the end, it will not show on your page, as YouTube only shows the first line or two and if people want to read the entire notation, they have to click to read more.
There are many who have been in network marketing for quite a while, who have yet to put a video up on YouTube. They don't feel comfortable about it. My best advice to them is practice, practice, practice! The great thing about the webcams is that you can record the video, watch it yourself right away, take notes about how to improve it and then immediately erase it and try again. You can do this over and over until you feel comfortable about the process. Just imagine that you were talking one on one with your best friend. Smile, laugh and be yourself. When you are happy with the final product, then go ahead and upload it to YouTube.
Think about the type of person that you are trying to attract into your business and dress accordingly. Our ultimate goal to to motivate the viewer to visit our website. Always keep this uppermost in your mind. Make sure you extend the invitation at the end of your video. Ask them outright to click on your website and enter their name and e-mail address so you can provide them with more information.
Now that you have a video up on YouTube, it's important that you maximize the effectiveness of it. The way you do this is by posting your video to other sites, such as MySpace or FaceBook and also blogging about it. You need these inter-connections for the search engines to move you up in the ratings.
A good video can go viral and be seen by hundreds of thousands. If that's your video, you will be in 'free lead heaven'.
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This article, the best article ever, kindly provided by UberArticles.comJan Shimano was District Manager for Health & Welfare Canada for a number of years. She was also self-employed as a Nutritional Consultant and Master Herbalist. She is currently a Health and Business Coach and operates her own internet marketing company from her residence on Vancouver Island. Jan invites you to learn more about her at YouTube.com/1jinny.
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