YouTube makes it easy to embed your videos on your blogs. They give you the code to embed them on your blog or website. Some website systems like WordPress make it even easier to embed your videos if you just simply type in the URL to the video.
Use this embedding to put your videos on your websites. Let people see your videos while they are already on your website. Videos are attention-grabbing and a visual product demonstration can answer most of the viewer questions they have before making a purchase they are considering.
Statistical studies have also shown that websites that don’t have video get an average of 15 seconds viewing time. Contrast this to websites that do include video achieving average viewing time figures in excess of 4 minutes.
Adding your videos to other social networking sites like your Facebook business page, your Google+ business page and pin them on Pinterest.
You already have the videos – so use them fully to enhance your presence on these other channels and at the same time, drive up the view count of the videos, another social signal that affects their overall ranking.
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- Mistake 1 – Poor Choice of Video Title Tag
- Mistake 2: – No live link to your website
- Mistake 3 – Skimping on the video description
- Mistake 4 – Not using video tags
- Mistake 5 – Not reusing your assets