Tuesday, 28 February 2012

How To Get 10,000 You Tube Views This Week Part 4

6. Make Your Video A “Video Response” To A Popular Related Video

This is how you can leach views/viewers from other videos that are popular and getting a lot of views.

To post a video response, you just put your cursor in the comment box of that popular video and click your mouse.

On the right of the box you’ll see “Create a video response” appear so click that. Then you’ll be able to choose one of your videos as a video response to the popular video.

This doesn’t always work because some Youtubers manually approve video responses so they might reject yours if they don’t like it.
If your video does get approved, a thumbnail and link to your video will appear under the popular video and be seen by all who view it.
Note that you can only use 1 of your videos for 1 video response, so if you thought you could use your 1 video to add video responses to every video you come across, sorry but you can’t do that.
If you upload the same video several times with different title, keywords and description, you can add each one as a video response.
This method can give you a whole lot of free views very quickly if a video you’ve responded to goes viral and gets a lot of views.

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Saturday, 25 February 2012

How To Get 10,000 You Tube Views This Week Part 3

5. Get As Many Likes and Comments As Possible

One other factor that plays a role in where your video will rank in the search results in Youtube and Google is the number of likes and comments your video has received.

The more you have, the more ‘important’ your video looks to Youtube and Google.

Naturally, if your video is good and people like it, they will comment and give it a thumbs up without any effort on your part.

If your video is a little controversial, funny, sexy or cute, the chances of them commenting or rating it goes up.

To boost the chance of people commenting on your video and liking it is to just simply ask your viewers to do so. You can use a frame at the end of anywhere in your video or add an annotation that says “Like this!” or “Please comment!”. Just like the Bible says, “ask and ye shall receive.” It never hurts to ask.
If you are too lazy to ask for comments or make a video that could be shared virally, you can still get comments, likes and views on complete autopilot with the automatic video marketing software TubeToolbox. This software will take care of your video views and likes while you sleep. If you haven’t check it out yet, download it and try it for free!

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Thursday, 23 February 2012

How To Get 10,000 You Tube Views This Week Part 2

4. Share Your Video On Facebook & Twitter

After you’ve uploaded your video with a good descriptive title, description and added your tags, now it’s time to share it with the world.

The first choice for most people these days is Facebook and this is the first place I’m going to recommend to you to go and share your video.

There are four main places to share Youtube videos on Facebook:

1.      Your own wall

2.      Your page’s wall (if you don’t have your own page yet, go and create one! it’s free and easy to do)

3.      Wall’s of pages that are related to your video (remember not to spam - make sure the people are going to like your video)

4.      Directly with friends via a message

When you share the link to your video on a wall or in a message, it usually comes up with a thumbnail of your video. If it doesn’t, refresh the page and paste the link again until the thumbnail comes up. Videos without a thumbnail won’t get watched!

The next best place to share your video is on http://twitter.com
If you haven’t got a Twitter account yet, go and get one. It’s free to join and it’s easy to make friends and get “followers” who are interested in the same stuff as you.
The good thing about Twitter is that it’s just another avenue for you to share your video and things (e.g. cool videos) get shared around on Twitter like it’s nobody’s business.

If you haven’t got any Twitter followers, you can manually search around an follow people who are into the same thing as you and hope they follow you back or you can use a service like Twittollower which will automatically find and add followers to your Twitter account.

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Tuesday, 21 February 2012

How To Get 10,000 You Tube Views This Week Part 1

So you wanna get 10,000 REAL views on your Youtube video! Great! These Training Posts will show you 14 surefire ways to explode your views and subscriber count in a short time.

There are many reasons why you may want more views to your videos. It could be that you’re in business or just simply want to be famous. Whatever it is, video is the greatest promotion tool on the net.

You can leverage the power of video to get people’s attention and win customers and fans. This guide will help you get more views and subscribers to help build your fan base.

In order to get 10,000 views, there are many factors that come into. There is usually not just one factor alone that will be responsible for your video getting 10,000 views alone.

For the most of us Youtubers, your views will come from all over the web, not just from one source.

Some will come directly from YouTube and some will come from other sites so be willing to spread your efforts and you will get the views you’re chasing. Remember, the more effort you put in, the more you get out.

If you can make a totally awesome video that goes viral like the Ken Block Gymkhana videos or have some kind of famous, cute, funny person or big breasted woman starring in your video, your job of getting people to view and share it is going to be easy!

Once a video goes viral, there is pretty much no stopping it. Some of the most popular viral videos on YouTube have over 600 MILLION views!

  If you’re not Justin Bieber, you’re going to have to do a little more “work” and rely on a collection of other factors to get views.

If you’re lucky, maybe somewhere along the way,  your video might get picked up by some big websites or big people online and it will go viral, but don’t hold your breath.
Make the videos you want to make and share them using these tips. I can’t guarantee you’ll get 10,000 straight away, or even in your first week, but if you use any or all of these tips, you might be surprised.

1. Write An Interesting & Descriptive Title For Your Video

When you are inside your YouTube account and have uploaded your video, you will be asked to fill in some fields to describe your video. The first one being your video title.
Be as descriptive and cool as possible when writing your title for your video.

Youtube and humans can’t tell what is actually in your video before they watch it, so you have to let them know as best you can with your title.
The words in your title determine how Youtube lists your video in the search results when someone performs a search. And not only the Youtube search results look at the words in your title, but also Google and other search engines will list your video according to the “keywords” in your title.
Usually, one or two word titles are not enough and seem boring and don’t give a clear explanation to the viewer.
Instead of writing “soccer” as the title, write a more detailed one such as “Playing Soccer at Garden Square Stadium”.
Another point is the capitalize the first letter of every word in the title. This makes it stand out more so people are more likely to click on your video over someone else’s.
And don’t be afraid to get a little creative when you write your video title. An interesting title will get a lot more clicks than a boring title. Just make sure you still are detailed in the description and not be misleading.

2. Write A “Descriptive” Description

Along with a descriptive title, your video description should contain descriptive words to explain your video even more.
Your description doesn’t need to be very long. On average just a paragraph or two explaining the contents of your video and any details about it you want viewers to know about it.  
Also, you should try to contain your “keywords” (words that when people search for will find your video) in this area.
Adding “keywords” into your description (as with the title) is very important for your video coming up in the search results. If you have the same keywords as you title, then Youtube will know that your video is definitely about “your keyword” e.g. “playing soccer” “garden square stadium”.

A bit of a ninja tactic with your description is that you can add your website URL (address) and it will turn into a clickable hyperlink.
Just make sure it starts with http:// and it will be clickable. This is only if you want people to go to another page after watching your video so if you don’t have a website of your own, you don’t need to worry about this.

3. Add Keywords In Your Tags

Again on the topic of Keywords, you’ll see when you go to upload your video, a field where you can add tags or keywords.
These are also used to find and list your video in the search results when a user goes to search.
So again, you’ll want to add as many relevant keywords in here that you want. You don’t need to go overboard here.
A good number is about 5 to 10 keywords. Anything more than that and you’ll look spammy.

  Youtube tells you that you can separate your tags with spaces. For example, if you type in the tags field like this: play soccer garden square stadium; you will get 5 different keywords.
1. play
2. soccer
3. garden
4. square
5. stadium
But what if your keyword is more than one word.. or a string of words?
e.g. “garden square stadium”
Here’s a trick to get a multi-word keyword show up as a single keyword.
If you type your keywords between quote marks, like this: “twitter marketing” “make money” “mlm lead system”; then you’ll get groups of words that will end up as single multi-word tags.

  This whole thing about “keywords” and “tags” and getting your video to show up in the top of the search engines (youtube and google) is related to the big picture of internet marketing and SEO (search engine optimization).

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Sunday, 19 February 2012

Looking Forward To Our Next Training Session

Ok We Start Our New Training This Week And Cover Two  Main Internet Marketing Themes Traffic Creation And List Subscribers So Please Check  Back Here Tuesday For Our First Lesson.

How to Get 10,000 REAL You tube Views In A Week

Plus Add 1000’s of Subscribers In The Process!

Friday, 17 February 2012

How To Master And Make Money With Google+ Part 17

One easy way of generating some extra cash from your Google+ activity is by joining the Gooplu.com program.

Gooplu, available at

http://www.GooPlu.com is a Google+ link shortening

service that will transform your long Google+ URL to one that looks like this:

Gooplu will pay you for linking to any website or page that you include in your Google+ stream.

You can also earn money by referring friends, being paid up to 20% of
their earnings on a regular basis. As a Gooplu member, you will be able to access real time earning reporting, analytics and more.

Google+ is constantly evolving and has already introduced new features while in beta mode. It’s an exciting time to get involved, so if you haven’t yet received an invitation to join, keep an eye out for the public launch.


coming soon!

Wednesday, 15 February 2012

How To Master Google+ Importing Facebook Contacts Part 16

Time Saver: Importing Facebook Contacts

Starting up a new social account takes a lot of time and energy. You need to add your contacts all over again, start posting regular updates and engage your audience.

With the information we’ve provided in the Mastering Google+ guide, you now know how to automatically post updates from Google+ to both your Facebook and Twitter account.

 But, is it possible to save even more time by importing your Facebook contacts into your new Google+ account?
You bet!

While it requires a few steps, it’s actually very easy to copy over your Facebook contacts into your Google+ account. Here’s how to do it:

Step 1: Create a free Yahoo email address

Step 2: Log into your Yahoo! Email account and choose the “Contacts” tab from the navigation menu.

Step 3: Click “contacts"
from within your Yahoo! Email account, selecting "Facebook"
from the available Menu.
You will now see a menu that offers you the option of importing your contacts from Facebook, Gmail, Windows Live Hotmail and more.

You will now need to log into Facebook through your Yahoo! Mail to begin importing your contacts.

The process may take some time, depending on the number of Facebook contacts that you have.

When complete, you will see a “Congratulations” screen indicating the number of contacts that have been imported into your Yahoo! Email account:
Click on the Facebook icon to begin.

Step 4: Log into your Google+ account and click the “Circles” tab.

Step 5: Click “Find & Invite” from your Google+ account, and click theYahoo! Button from the options menu.

Click “Agree” on the pop up window that appears, authorizing Google+ to import your Yahoo! Email contacts:

Note that if your Yahoo! Email account was just created, you will have to wait 14 days before you are able to import your contacts.

Saturday, 11 February 2012

How To master Google+ Automatically Update Your FB Status Part 15

Automatically Update Your Facebook Status

If you’d like to synchronize your Google+ updates so that they
automatically appear on your Facebook status, you can do this by allowing your Google+ stream to re-post your updates on Facebook.

This makes it easier to keep your social accounts up to date, while automating status updates.

To do this, you will need to obtain the mobile email address from
(you will need to log into your Facebook account in order to locate your personal mobile based email address)

This is an email address that was assigned by Facebook, and not one that you have chosen yourself):

Once you have located your Facebook mobile email address, copy it and log into your Google+ profile page.

Click on

“Create New Circle” and title it “FB Updates”, so that you can
easily recognize it later on.

Paste in your Facebook mobile email address, adding it to your new circle as a contact. You will need to enter in a name for this contact, so call it

“Facebook Update”

or something that will help you identify it.

Choose “Add 1 person to this circle” and save your progress.

You will now see the “FB Updates” circle added to your
profile with 1 contact, your FB mobile email address.

Whenever you wish to copy one of your updates over to
your Facebook status, simply select the “FB Updates” circle as a recipient of a new post or update, along with your regular circles.

Wednesday, 8 February 2012

How To use Google+ Prevent Email Flooding Part 14

Prevent Email Flooding

By default, everyone who is part of your circles can send you email directly through gmail. You can disable this by clicking on “Profile & Privacy” – and

“Edit Visibility” on your profile page

Direct Permalink
If you’d like to share a Google+ update with visitors to your website or blog, you can find the direct permalink by loading the content or update, and locating the “Link to this post” from the drop down menu of your update.

Synchronizing Your Social Accounts
Automatically Update Your Twitter Status
You can easily update your Twitter status automatically each time you share new information within your Google+ account.

To do this, you will need to download the Chrome browser, available at
Once you’ve installed Google’s browser, you will be able to download the Google+ extension (called SGPlus) that will enable you to share Google+ updates with your Twitter followers.

Note: You will need to download and activate the Google+ extension within your Chrome browser before synchronizing your updates.

Once you’ve activated the extension, log into your Google+ account and click “Share” (grey button located at the top right hand corner of your Google+ profile page).

Now, the next time that you share content you will see 2 new buttons located below your post, “Sharing” and “Post Shared To Twitter”.

For more information as well as step by step instructions, visit:

Monday, 6 February 2012

How To Use Google+ Part 13

Create a Memorable Google+ Link:

Another quick tip is to shorten your Google+ profile link so that you can easily share with others on your blog, website or within your emails. Plus, it simply makes the link far more memorable.

There are many different "Google+" URL shortening-tools popping up on the scene, with the most popular one being

With Gplus, you can turn a long link into a gplus.to/your-username in minutes.
This service is absolutely free.

+1 For Maximum Traffic
Google introduced the
+1 option, which gives people the opportunity to essentially "like" certain pages or websites that theyve visited.

Each time someone clicks the “+1” button, it adds weight to the content or page, essentially helping it gain more exposure, boosting its search engine ranking. In other words, when you +1 content, you are indicating to those found within your circles that you have something you’d like them to check
out, or that you believe to be valuable or worthwhile.

You can “+1” your own websites, blogs and content each time you post a new feed or update in your Google+ stream!

You can also choose to add a “+1” button to your websites, which allows those who visit your site to recommend it. You can find the code and customize the size of your button by visiting:
By doing this, those that are part of your circles will see your
recommendation and in turn, they too may +1 your update. The more +1’s that your content receives, the more exposure it will be given!

Saturday, 4 February 2012

How To Use Google+ Part 12

Advanced Google+ Tips & Tricks

There are many different options and features available within your Google+ community that will help you enhance productivity and to quickly expand your outreach so that you are able to consistently build contacts and networking opportunities.

One of the ways that you can reach out to existing contacts is by choosing to notify specific circles or individuals when you post important information or updates.

 Keep in mind that you should use this option carefully, so that
you are not flagged by the system as sending spam.

To notify circles of important updates, click “Notify About Post” when you create a new update within your Google+ account.

Personalizing Your Updates
You can choose to mention people within your content and updates in the same way that you would twitter, using the @ symbol like this:
"@username is a true inspiration".
You can also mention someone with the plus (+) symbol like this:
"+username is a true inspiration".
In addition, if you find that someone is posting too regularly, or you aren’t interested in all of his or her updates, you can choose to “Mute" the conversation so that it no longer appears in your stream.

With Google+, a “stream” is like the timeline on Twitter, or a wall on Facebook with all of your circles’ updates appearing within a single stream.

You can choose to browse through streams from all of your circles, or by each circle at a time, filtering your streams to display only content from specific circles.

 This makes it easy to discover new content and updates
from segmented groups! You can also customize your content, updates and posts within the Google+ network, so that it appears in bold, italic or even underlined!

Here are the custom codes to use when writing new content for your circles:

Bold your text: *word* - wrapping your text in star asterisks will bold that part of your text.

 For example, if I enter in
*hello*, the word hello will appear in bold.

_word_ will make your word italic. Just add underscores around the words that you would like to italicize. 
-word- will create a strikethrough, changing this into this
These are just a few quick ways that you can enhance your content while making certain words or titles stand out to your readers.
Create HangoutsYou can also create a "Hangout within
Google+, which is a place for you and your circles to connect.

You can call your Hangout anything you choose, and allow only certain circles to access this communication channel.

You will need to install the Google Voice and Video plugin in order to create or access hangout.
Click “
Start Hangout” from your profile page to open up a channel in which those within your circle can communicate with you.