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Brilliant Tactics to Market Your Blog Content on YouTube

Many people know that YouTube is one of the most popular social media platforms on the internet, but you might not know how to utilize this resource best for marketing your blog content. We will cover some simple and effective tactics to market your blog posts on YouTube.

Are you looking for a way to market your blog content? If so, YouTube is the perfect place for you. It’s not only free and easy to use, but it also gives people the opportunity to see your content in front of an audience that matters most to potential customers! Here are some ways that will help get more views on your videos.

Brilliant Tactics to Market Your Blog Content on YouTube

  • Create a YouTube channel and upload videos related to your blog content
  • Use annotations on your YouTube videos to link back to your blog post
  • Include the video’s title, thumbnail, and URL in the annotation text field
  • Share links to your YouTube videos on social media channels like Twitter or Facebook
  • Make a video about your blog post
  • Use YouTube’s annotations to link to the blog post
  • Share the video on social media and ask viewers to subscribe to your channel
  • Upload the video to YouTube and include it in the blog post
  • Share the YouTube link on other social media platforms
  • Make your videos short and concise
  • Include a strong call-to-action at the end of your video
  • Use YouTube’s built-in features to promote your channels, like annotations and cards
  • Share links to other content on YouTube that is related to yours
  • Add subtitles in different languages so you can reach more people with less effort
  • Create a YouTube channel and upload videos that are related to your blog content
  • Upload a video of yourself reading an excerpt from one of your blog posts
  • Incorporate your blog’s topics in the video’s title
  • Insert links to your other content throughout the video
  • Engage with viewers through comments and video responses
  • Ask consumers to sign up for an email list
  • Add a video widget on the website
  • Test your videos
  • Video is not all about you
  • Have the right equipment
  • It is not worth it if you are not going to be consistent
  • Video is a perfect way to treat a subject that’s either too big or too complicated simply by breaking it down into smaller chunks and covering each chunk separately
  • Make sure you have a call to action
  • Create videos of your own
  • Capitalize on current events
  • Be Yourself
  • Incentivize Video Viewers
  • Get the most from your brand’s spokespeople
  • Be Relatable
  • Use visuals and video
  • Make the video engaging and enjoyable
  • Tip: pay attention to sound as well as lighting
  • Highlight yourself as an expert
  • Use your existing videos
  • Make videos that answer questions
  • Make helpful and entertaining “how-to” videos
  • Respond to comments and answer questions
  • Use syncs and sound effects (syncs = matching music and images)
  • Start a podcast
  • Get a great camera
  • Edit your videos well
  • Offer exclusives
  • Collaborate
  • Engage your audience
  • Put the link in the description
  • Make sure you can do it in advance
  • Record a short video talking about the benefits of your product or service, then post it on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn
  • Post videos with tips on how to use different products to increase customer engagement
  • Include your blog link in your video description
  • Upload a thumbnail that is eye-catching and relevant to the content of the video
  • Promote your videos on social media and other online platforms
  • Make sure to include keywords and tags for people to find your video
  • Include links in the description of your video so that viewers can easily click through to read more about the topic you’re discussing
  • Consider adding closed captions in different languages for people who may not speak English fluently.
  • Use a video title that is catchy and grabs the viewer’s attention
  • Include your blog post name in the YouTube title for easy reference
  • Create an eye-catching thumbnail with text on it to get people to click on your video
  • Add a link from your YouTube account to your blog post, so viewers can find out more information about you or what you talked about in the video
  • Make sure there are subtitles available for hearing impaired viewers who want to know what you’re saying but don’t speak English well enough
  • Make a video that answers one question your audience wants to know
  • Use YouTube’s “share” feature to share the video on other social media platforms
  • Create an animated GIF of your favorite quote from the video so it can be shared easily
  • Share videos with influencers in your industry or niche, asking them for feedback and retweets
  • Upload your blog content to YouTube as video tutorials
  • Use Google Adwords to advertise on other people’s channels
  • Run a contest for viewers to submit their content related to the topic of your blog post
  • Add your blog’s RSS feed to YouTube
  • Upload video clips of yourself reading excerpts from your latest posts on the blog
  • Share videos on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter
  • Encourage people to subscribe by offering free content (e.g., PDFs, ebooks) or exclusive content (e.g., blog posts that are not posted on the blog)
  • Engage viewers with polls, quizzes, Q&A sessions, and more
  • Add your blog content to the description section of your YouTube videos
  • Include links to your website in the video’s description, title, and tags sections
  • Upload long-form videos that have at least 20 minutes of high-quality content for an audience who is interested in what you are talking about
  • Post-short-form videos with less than 10 minutes of high-quality content for an audience who might not be as interested
  • Use hashtags on social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook
  • Comment on other people’s YouTube videos with links to related content
  • Add a video transcript and captions for viewers who prefer reading over watching
  • Use keywords in the title, description, tags, and thumbnail image on YouTube.


What niche do you blog in?  Have you tried any of these tactics before, and if so, how did they work for you? Let us know the answers to these questions, and then we will get back to you with some ideas that might be perfect for your business!

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