You have to consider spreading out micro jobs involving videos and other non-text media to help boost your website’s promotions. By doing so you do not only bring breath of fresh air to the image of your site, but you also bring in a new breed of consumers into your traffic as well.
Your goal is to tap perhaps the largest video sharing website in the World Wide Web – Youtube Comment poster. It’s a well known fact that millions of surfers log into the website just to view random videos each day. If you visit the site yourself (which you have probably done countless times in your life), you’ve probably also come across a YouTube video that sells or promotes something in the content. And perhaps you’ve noticed that on the video or in its description, there’s a backlink to another site. That’s basically what you’re going to be doing if you want to promote your site with YouTube.
Just like most social networks, you can also take whatever videos you’ve used on YouTube to promote your site and interconnect it with all the other promotional media that you’ve set up on the internet. For instance, you can link your YouTube video to other social networking sites. This is ideal, especially if you have your own Facebook group where you can do the posting. That way, all the other traffic that you’ve attracted using that group can see the videos too. It’s amazing how most of these things can easily be integrated with each other, and you need to make the most out of this as a marketing strategy.
However, one YouTube video isn’t going to cut it. You need to go main stream and hit the masses by playing numbers. All you need to do is hire other people to do all these micro jobs for you. It’s difficult to handle all these videos at once, especially when you’ve got more important management tasks to oversee. Also, hiring others to do the work for you also allows your promotions to cover more ground. These people would spread out and reach out to their own set of connections – each individual making a unique contribution to the marketing strategy.