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12 Things You Must Know About YouTube Call To Action (“CTA”).

YouTube creates a competitive environment for creativity, so you need to continually think outside of the box to produce some awe-inspiring viral videos. But the one thing that will genuinely benefit your campaign is proper communication. Whether you’re launching ad campaigns or dressing up your schedule with video promotional event, you need to be aware of your online opportunity, and it’s all tied together with YouTube’s unique Question & Answer format. We feel you should know this if you’re doing videos online in the first place, as these CTAs can be a fantastic tool to get the job done in your online marketing campaign. Just follow these eight realistic suggestions for YouTube CTA’s:

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  1. Know who is showing up in search results and set up your videos to show up at the top of the search results in the natural search results. It would be best if you researched your audience, target markets, and the niche markets that will be watching the videos you’ll be posting. Once you have that data, you can produce your content based on what people are searching for, and ensure that they will see your videos before your competition jumps into the fray.
  2. Tweak your demographics in terms of how you will target your videos. With the right keywords in your titles and descriptions, your video will get noticed by the right audience: By taking some time and creating your demographics based on what metrics you have at your fingertips, you can easily tailor the content itself to your target audience. In some cases, this is perfectly fine because it allows you to write compelling copy for the videos.
  3. Use analytics to keep tabs on your viewing statistics. With an application like Google Analytics, you can keep tabs on what the viewers are doing and how many of them are engaging with you. So if your video is not doing as well as you’re hoping, take a close look at it, see what it is, and then do better.
  4. Create a script with your target keywords in mind. This can be as simple as having your target keyword in the titles, tags, thumbnails or even the video itself. If you can’t identify all the key points in advance, then you’ll need to have someone go over the finished video with you to make sure all the keywords are in the right places and all of them appear in the proper density.
  5. Use a live webcam or webcam or a phone to connect with the audience to live. Some of the social media events that take place online carry a bit of production value, and while this might turn off certain prospects, if you have a live presentation it will shine through in a big way.
  6. Take the time and effort to make your video more conversational. They forget that you are presenting a product or service over the long haul of delivering your video. People love to feel that you know them, and this thrilled visit our website, make them laugh, and feel at home if they like your product/service.
  7. Start your video with a “Thank You” message. Nobody likes a sales pitch, and even if you’re talking about a product for sale, they don’t want to know that right upfront. Take the time to introduce yourself, including your necessary contact information and, of course, your website address. A quick “thank you” message in a video is about all that needs to be said.
  8. Be aware that the person visiting the YouTube page may be at work or in a different location and may not always be online. Knowing this may make it less likely that a YouTube-targeted viewer will respond to your video. Spending time creating a different message for this type of visitor can greatly impact the response rate of your video.
  9. Create a distinct and distinctive video that detects a viewer’s geographic location and dev coincides with it or promotes it, similarly to how passing traffic often defies a traffic jam and takes action to get traffic going the other way.
  10. People will not click through to your web site if they get irritated by irrelevant videos; as stated before, you need to be creative in your ads and make it attractive to watch. It should be easy on the eyes, short, memorable, or clear to follow them. Sometimes a video needs to be a combination of these three. It can be tricky to create a creative concept to lure viewers but remember, you can make a mixture of physical videos, video games, funny clips, cooking contests, behind the scenes managerial duties followed by free offers or discounts, one-time-only options, entertainment, or something relevant to make your audience more entertained.
  11. What is the value to the viewer? They need to have a reason to visit your website and / or take action. You may wish your video was clear and concise in communicating precisely this. Be selective. Just like in the public media world, your marketing efforts are going to cost you.
  12. Too many videos A video can be too over-long, town lights plastered over your hot ideas, all in the name of a running show you show off. No, really, please stop doing that. Take a quick look at the types of questions you were expecting to hear. Did you get a promotion this week and want to know if the free upgrade really was worth it? Would you be excited about the job that is in your agency’s operating manual?

Mark Robinson

I'm a passionate video marketer with years of Youtube marketing experience. If you need help with your channel optimization, keyword analysis & research, channel optimization tips and tricks - feel free to leave me a message!