Marketing Your Music Using YouTube Videos
When you are an artist or band trying to promote your music you have to do things that build a relationship with your fans. Every musician should have some music videos of their songs to help their brand.
The number one way people like to consume music is through music videos so it makes sense to take advantage of videos to better market yourself. Check out these tips to help you get the most out of your YouTube music videos.
Increase Youtube Views
A lot of views you see for videos on YouTube and other video platforms are fake. You can use a site like Vagex to increase your video views using automation. Having more views won't directly help your music marketing efforts but it does have its benefits.
When you increase the views on your videos it will make them look more popular, your videos will come up as a suggestion more regularly, and you can achieve high search rankings on Youtube. Your video may also show up high in the search rankings in Google.
These are some of the benefits of increasing your video views. The best part is you'll only need to spend about $5 dollars to give yourself a good amount of automated views that look real.
Send Videos Through Emails and Social Networks
Since people love to listen to music through visuals promote your videos on popular social networks like Twitter and Facebook. If you got a Facebook fan page upload your video there and let your fans enjoy your material. If you got email contacts you like to send newsletters to each week include your music video in the email.
Tell Them Who You Are
One of the biggest mistakes I see a lot of musicians making with their video is that they don't take time to fill out the description area of the video. People don't want to just view your video they want to know who you are and where they can find you.
In the description area of your video give a brief description of yourself or your band and provide a link to your website, Twitter, Facebook, or all three. You want to make it clear who you are when somebody sees your video for the first time. The description is your only chance to engage and give a call to action in your video.
Get People To Subscribe
If you have a blog get people to sign up to your Youtube account instead of your RSS feed. People would much rather take a look at your YouTube updates instead of a new post on your blog.
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