May 1, 2011
If you are looking to tackle a few projects on your marketing to-do list, participating in a video sharing site may help you with two scheduled items: social media and search engine optimization (SEO).
Although a comScore qSearch report revealed that 9 billion searches on Google were entered in August 2009 alone, YouTube had Google beat with 10 billion video views that same month. Video sharing has become a recognized interactive form of social media. With online video viewing increasing at a high rate, your buyers potentially could learn more about your product lines and company profile in a new and exciting way.
YouTube has become one of the most popular video sharing websites. Nonetheless, there are hundreds more like it, drawing visitors daily to make up the 62% of Internet users in the U.S. who have watched video on a video sharing site.
To distribute your video, you can access one of the hundreds of video sharing sites that allows you to create an account, gives you step-by-step instructions for uploading video.
Recognizing the upward trend in online video viewing, Sumner Communications is also offering the opportunity to distribute your video via its recently launched Wholesale Videos channel hosted at http://www.youtube.com/wholesalevideo and its corresponding Wholesale Central Video Showcase where a link directly to your website is included. A fast-growing subscriber base to the Wholesale Videos channel is forecasted, facilitated by the Wholesale Video Showcase available to the half million qualified wholesale buyers visiting the site monthly. All submitted videos will be reviewed and, if necessary, optimized for SEO purposes.
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