So you’ve created your channel, you’ve created lots of videos and still you don’t have any traffic at all. Sure you’ve told everyone you know (even that girl you had a crush on in high school) but still you’re just working more on promotion and bringing in one visitor at a time, rather than spending your time creating your next video.
Why am I not getting any views on YouTube?
Let’s analyze all the ways you can go wrong and what you can do about it. Being involved with video is not an easy task. Many people are even afraid to show themselves on a video. Let’s see what might have gone wrong with yours and let’s try to fix it!
YouTube is a powerhouse when it comes to video. Everyone who’s spending more than five minutes per day surfing the internet, is going to visit YouTube. Why? It’s simple! Thousands of people upload videos to YouTube every day! And supply eventually creates demand.
Looking at the infographic below (found on Techcrunch) you will be amazed with the the 48 Hours of Video uploaded / Minute figure but what’s more important is that there are 3 Billion views per day!
The short answer is yes!
The long one is – well, it’s long! You might have created a personal blog some time ago, have a lot of traffic but don’t know how to make money from it or you want to start something new and want to check if it’s possible making money off of it.
Generally speaking, you can make money on the Internet with any site. But that statement alone is very vague. It all comes down to: Read more…
Numbers can speak for themselves: 200,000 Registered Users in just three days! Read more…
Need help overcoming Writer’s Block? Get amazing article writing ideas from your own site statistics
Don’t you just hate it every time you are set to write an article and you end up spending 5 hours just looking at an empty screen without any outcome? Guess what! It happens to all of us! I can’t tell you how many hours I have wasted on just thinking about what to come up with next. It’s called writer’s block, and it happens to everybody.
Apart from the 1,000 different ways to deal with it, like running, cooking, sleeping, taking a shower, reading a book etc., I’ve found a simple and surefire way to help you not only come up with new article ideas instantly, but also help you at least double your site’s traffic.
Beat writer’s block by looking at your site’s stats!
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AdWords is such a sophisticated platform, that in order to fully understand it and be able to use it effectively, you’ll not only have to read up about it, but also have a good hands-on experience. It’s that complicated because there are numerous targeting options and because they have many system rules for pricing and ranking the ads.
Google takes many factors into consideration and combines them into one score, the Quality Score: each keyword we target gets one. We eventually want most of our main keywords to reach a Quality Score of 10 in order for us to have great exposure. At the same time, we will be able to get more quality visitors on our website at the least possible expense.
There are many things we can do to decrease the cost per click, so let’s get started! Read more…
When you create your web site, you’re faced with the following task: Choosing what keywords best describe your website and picking the best title and keywords for the main page, category pages and content pages.
This might seem a mundane task but in the long run, it’s really worth it. Being able to tell the search engines what each page on your website is about will help you a lot in your rankings.
You’re not going to use keywords only when you are trying to build a better ranking for your website, but also when you drive traffic with AdWords, and any other PayPerClick services.
Keyword selection is and should be Read more…
There are many ways to promote a web property, both paid and free. If your website is not just a hobby but you want to make it a business, you will have to use most of them. One of the most popular methods of bringing visitors to your website is Search Engine Optimization. SEO is an amazing way to increase your site’s traffic because if you manage to achieve a good position in Google Search for your main keywords, you will have constant traffic for quite some time and that traffic will be free. Of course, since many are trying to optimize their pages and gather links for them to appear on the first page of search results, it requires a lot of effort in order to rank against your competition. Read more…
Long-gone are the times of the popular saying “build it and they will come” – it used to be the norm for websites. That being said, website owners now have numerous methods they can use to promote their websites including (but not limited to) SEO, Pay Per Click, Social Media and other methods.
When it comes to Pay Per Click (placing ads on other websites and paying only for visitors that click the ad and visit your website), Google AdWords is king. Don’t get me wrong, when testing Pay Per Click, you should always use more than one method. The reasoning behind it is simple: Read more…