If you watch your video in the right way, there is no reason why anyone should ever stop you from going to work or play. But, most people do not watch their videos in the right way, which is a real shame. You have spent most of your life learning the information that this technology offers and now it is time to teach it to others. So how can you make sure that they see it in the right way?
The answer is pretty simple really. All you need to do is convert your 4kbs into min. You do this by setting your DVR to record in the future and then live stream your new video to YouTube using Google’s own Video Optimizer. 4kbs to mix gives you live streaming, so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy your new video!
YouTube has one other great feature though. If you take a look at their subscriber page you will notice that they have a big picture for each individual subscriber. If you check out the link below this picture and submit your video strategy, it will appear on the front page of all subscribers. This is a huge advantage to your video strategy and increases the chance that it will be viewed.
If you are wondering what is so great about YouTube other than being able to upload your videos directly to their servers and watch them live without any problems, let me explain the process behind it. When you submit a video, it goes through an approval process where it is checked against a number of different things to ensure that the video is the best fit for their audience and that it will provide them with an engaging experience. Each viewer will see a different engagement level depending on how they choose to filter the videos. If they see that your video has a low engagement level then it will not receive very many views, but if they choose to watch it they may end up liking it or at least finding it interesting enough to stay on the page for a little while.
Your video ad campaign’s success will also depend on how many subscribers you have on your main YouTube channel. Once your video ad campaign begins to see some positive results you will be able to experiment with different ad lengths. Generally you will want to play around with around four and a half minutes of video ad for your watch time. Anything longer than this will most likely be ignored by your subscribers. You can try playing around with a full one minute ad or you can experiment with a split second ad that only plays during specific parts of the video.
As mentioned above, another important part of your video strategy involves image credits. Image credits are a must in the online world. Your image credit will link back to your landing page where you will show new videos and any other information you would like to share. If you have a good landing page with lots of useful information about your niche then you should include an image credit on each page that you have available.
The third thing that should always be in place is your end screens. These are the boxers, avatars, and other things that your subscriber will see on the left hand side of your home page. It’s important that every single screen that a subscriber sees is relevant to what they will be watching. If you have five videos per video, then make sure that there is a proper screen for each one of them.
Finally, the final part of your overall video ad campaign is the playlist. The playlist will display all of the videos that you have released so far. Depending on what kind of product you are promoting, you might even add a “rest” section where subscribers can sit down and watch their favorites again. This is an extremely important part of any online course and is something that you shouldn’t skip if at all possible.