Video Marketing in 2019 Made (Stupidly) Easy : How to Achieve YouTube Business Awesomeness (Punk Rock Marketing Collection Book 2)

“Short read, awesome content.”
–Rob Clifton – After Hours Coordinator, Motion Industries

Looking for a way to generate fast (and cheap) leads with your video marketing efforts?

Not sure how to convert all those views, subscribers — and endless stream of cat videos — into a serious YouTube business boost to your bottom line?Searching for a simple, step-by-step small business marketing process you can use to build your brand, spread your message and make some frickin’ moolah with good, old YouTube?

“A very well thought-out and researched ‘how-to’ guide that goes into all the details of maximizing video production and promotion.”
–Teresa Haase – Co-owner, “His Nibs” Luxury fountain pen supplier

Well, search no more!

Because in Video Marketing in 2019 Made (Stupidly) Easy – Vol.2 of the Small Business Marketing Collection you’ll learn, in this no-nonsense guide, such juicy morsels as:

Community Review  

  • I admit, I’m new to the whole YouTube marketing thing. At the same time, I know I need to get over my fear of getting my message out in this way.
    So along comes Mike Clarke’s hilariously helpful book, Video Marketing That Doesn’t Suck. It’s actually the second book by him that I’ve read, the first one being Email Marketing That Doesn’t Suck (also great).
    Mike really nailed it for me! He lays out easy-to-understand and implement ideas to make and promote videos in a warm, irreverent, and incredibly helpful way. I’m starting to use his recommendations for promoting my book and message, and I’m eager to see the results. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to reach a much larger audience with their work. Way to go, Mike!!
    Art Maines, LCSW, author of Scammed: 3 Steps to Help Your Elder Parents and Yourself
  • Awesome. This is a step-by-step guide for anyone interested in building an effective online video presence on a budget. A simple, streamlined formula of ninja web moves, SEO strategies and traditional marketing techniques to maximise likes, shares and subscribers on YouTube. The best advice is that you don’t have to spend a fortune on equipment and software; armed with your smartphone and some key camera angles you can kick ass. Can’t wait to translate these moves into my own video marketing campaign.
  • This book is phenomenal for someone who is new to learning how to boost their Youtube channel. It’s a short read, information is well organized, gives practical advice that anyone can implement immediately. I read the book last week and have already implemented several of the strategies outlined in the book. It took only 1 day before I began to see new subscribers. Some of the strategies take a while to produce results so I’ll see where I am 30 days from now…but, it’s a must read for anyone just getting started on boosting their SEO for their Youtube channel.
  • This book is a quick read — about one hour if you don’t check out all the links to marketing resources in the text. Rogan writes with a direct and snappy writing style, which is refreshing and entertaining.
    The ideal reader for this book is someone who knows a little to a lot about blogging and websites, but knows very little about video or video marketing. The book quickly convinces you that video marketing is super important and super inexpensive. Then, the author goes through what equipment you need to make a video (in fact, you might already own it), the different video archetypes, and then gives you a crash course in making a video look good. Lastly, and this stuff is pretty important, the book shows you how to quickly rank high in google search for your video.
    I’ve done a few YouTube videos myself, and this book gave me some new ideas about how to compose my videos and how to get them to rank more quickly. So, even though I consider myself at an intermediate level of knowledge when it comes to internet video marketing, I learned quite a bit from this book.
  • I’ve never liked the idea of video marketing, but I decided to give Michael Rogan’s “Video Marketing That Doesn’t Suck” a try. I’ve read other books from his series, loved them all.
    I have always been trepid about video marketing. Maybe, it’s a control issue. I don’t like the idea of being on camera. Plus, I think it is slightly self-indulgent as if I’m saying, “Hello world, look at me!” I was clearly missing the point. To be successful at marketing you need to be seen. Rogan reminds us, YouTube is the second largest search site. People are more likely to respond, remember and most importantly share videos.
    His most convincing argument: videos are more likely to be picked up by Google and receive a higher search rank.
    VERDICT: I’m converted. Rogan has won me over with his strong arguments and insightful tips. I still don’t like the idea of video marketing, but I’d be dumb not to try it after my traffic increased using his other marketing tips for Twitter and Facebook.

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