Step By Step Guide On How To Sell On YouTube
If you want to be overwhelmed by sales deals every day or weekly or monthly, or whatever time, make YouTube your closest friend. YouTube offers very amazing sales opportunities to digital product sellers and content creators.
According to Krista Krumina, YouTube is the third largest search engine channel in the world and the average number of hours spent while watching YouTube worldwide is over 1 billion hours.
Therefore, if you already have a YouTube account or plan to have one, then be rest assured of getting the following and getting a good outstanding number of views.
Some entrepreneurs find it hard to make sales and money through YouTube; therefore, in this piece of writing, we will discover how best one can make some money through YouTube. There are so many things you can sell through YouTube.
Selling on YouTube majorly involves getting traffic and also attracting people to like and view your content. Even if your content is so good, but it is not attracting traffic, that literally means you won’t get views and likes, yet it is the basis of selling on YouTube. Numbers sell. To sell on YouTube, you need to have excellent, compelling videos that are attractive; however, you must find ways of driving traffic to your channel so that those videos are watched and liked in huge numbers.
Selling on YouTube and getting so many views doesn’t require you to do a lot but rather to keep ahead/ on top of the algorithm, and you have to be aware of any latest changes in regards to the algorithm or any other updates.
Let us take a quick look at how you can drive traffic to your YouTube channel to get more views, likes which automatically translate into sales.
1. Make sure you include links to your channel in your captions/description and the comments section.
Adding links into your description of the video or any other content is one of the most effective ways of getting more traffic and more views. This is because most people read the small content of the description and then click on the link to watch the video and pick the rest of the content from it without any further reading. Most people don’t want to read; therefore, if you include your link at the bottom of your description, that means that most people are likely to ignore your video, especially if the description is long and way beyond three lines because anything beyond that a viewer will be required to click on that option of “read more” of which most people don’t usually do but rather skip the video even if it has good content. Therefore, the good thing is to include your link to the video in the first three lines of your description so that those who don’t want to read more can click on the link and watch the video directly from your channel.
Why is it advisable to include links in your description?