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3 Ways To Get Views On YouTube

Updated on January 1, 2013

3 Ways To Get Views On YouTube

If you make YouTube videos, then you need people to view it and this is one of the biggest problems that people have. They simply do not know how to get a lot of views on their YouTube videos. Well, if you are one of those people who do not know how to get a lot of views on YouTube, then read the rest of this article as I will give you some easy ways to promote your videos.

Social Networking Sites

Once you have created a video you should share it via social networking sites such as Facebook, Tagged and yes even MySpace. You should try to build up your friends' list on each of these sites, because the more people on your lists, the more people will see your videos. Also, make sure to use Twitter, because Twitter can help you get many views to your YouTube videos.

Squidoo And Hubpages

Once you have created a video make sure to promote it on Squidoo and Hubpages. These two sites can help you garner a lot of views to your YouTube videos. Simply put your YouTube video on Squidoo and Hubpages and then write about what your video is about, and then start trying to get other people who follow you on these sites to watch your videos.

Other Article Writing Sites

There are sites like Expertscolumn and YahooVoices that do not allow you to upload YouTube videos but you can link to them. Use sites like these to promote your YouTube videos. Once you have created a video, write an article about it and then publish the article to writing sites but do not forget to include the link to your videos.

These ways may seem like basic ideas but they can work and work very well. The next time you make a YouTube video, try out all of the above ways to try to generate traffic, and you may be surprised at how well these ideas work.


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